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traffic lights

noun [plural]
 
 
( also lights)
A2 a set of red, green, and yellow lights that is used to stop and start traffic: [usually plural] Turn left at the traffic lights.Lights, signs and markings on roads
Translations of “traffic lights”
in Korean 교통 신호…
in Arabic إشارة المُرور…
in Portuguese semáforo…
in Catalan semàfor…
in Japanese (道路の)信号機…
in Italian semaforo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 紅綠燈,交通信號燈…
in Russian светофор…
in Turkish trafik ışıkları…
in Chinese (Simplified) 红绿灯,交通信号灯…
in Polish światło, sygnalizacja świetlna…
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