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lightning

noun [U]  /ˈlɑɪt·nɪŋ/ us  

lightning noun [U] (ELECTRIC FLASH)

a flash of bright light in the sky produced by electricity moving within or between clouds, or between clouds and the ground: That tree was struck by lightning in a recent thunderstorm.lightning bolt ( also bolt of lightning) A lightning bolt or bolt of lightning is a particular flash of bright light seen in the sky.

lightning

adjective [not gradable]  /ˈlɑɪt·nɪŋ/ us  

lightning adjective [not gradable] (FAST)

very fast: She moves at lightning speed.
Traducciones de “lightning”
en coreano 번개…
en árabe بَرْق…
en francés éclair, foudre…
en turco şimşek, yıldırım…
en italiano lampi, fulmini…
en chino (tradicionál) 閃電…
en ruso молния…
en polaco błyskawica, piorun…
en español rayo, relámpago…
en portugués relâmpagos, raios…
en alemán der Blitz…
en catalán llamp, llampec…
en japonés 稲妻…
en chino (simplificado) 闪电…
(Definition of lightning from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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