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light bulb

noun
 
/ˈlaɪt ˌbʌlb/
a glass object containing a wire that produces light from electricity
lampadina
Translations of “light bulb”
in Korean 전구…
in Arabic لَمْبة…
in Portuguese lâmpada…
in Catalan bombeta…
in Japanese 電球…
in Chinese (Traditional) 電燈泡…
in Russian (электрическая) лампочка…
in Turkish ampul…
in Chinese (Simplified) 电灯泡…
in Polish żarówka…
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