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light

adjective
 
 
/laɪt/
NOT HEAVY A2 not heavy
hafif
light clothing/machinery I can carry both bags - they're quite light.Light and weightlessSoft and fluffy
NOT MUCH B1 small in amount
hafif, az
light rain/snow I only had a light lunch.SmallExtremely small
NOT STRONG not strong or not forceful
zayıf, hafif, güçsüz
a light breeze a light embraceWeakness and vulnerability
PALE A1 Light colours are pale.
açık/soluk renk
light brown/green a light blue cardiganThe qualities of colour
NOT SERIOUS easy to understand and not serious
basit, hafif, ciddi olmayan, kolay anlaşılır
light entertainment I'm taking some light reading on holiday.Humour and humorous
make light of sth to talk or behave as if you do not think a problem is serious
bir şeyi hafife almak; ehemmiyet vermemek; önemsememek
Treating as unimportantNeglecting and ignoringNot paying attention
it is light B1 it is bright from the sun
aydınlık, gündüz
Let's go now while it's still light.Describing good weather
lightness noun [U]
hafiflik
(Definition of light adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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