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lamp

noun /lӕmp/
a (glass-covered) light
lámpara
an oil lamp a table lamp a street-lamp.
lamp-post noun the pillar supporting a street-lamp.
farola
lampshade noun a cover for a light-bulb, made of eg cloth, paper or metal, which lessens, softens or directs the light coming from it.
pantalla
Translations of “lamp”
in Arabic مِصْباح…
in Korean 등…
in Malaysian lampu…
in French lampe…
in Turkish lamba, fener…
in Italian lampada…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指帶燈罩的)燈, 照明設備,照射器…
in Russian лампа…
in Polish lampa…
in Vietnamese bóng đèn…
in Portuguese lâmpada, luminária…
in Thai โคมไฟ…
in German die Lampe…
in Catalan llum…
in Japanese 電気スタンド, 明かり…
in Indonesian lampu…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指带灯罩的)灯, 照明设备,照射器…
(Definition of lamp from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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