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chandeliernoun [C]

us   /ˌʃæn·dəˈlɪər/
a decorative light that hangs from the ceiling and has several parts like branches for holding light bulbs or, esp. in the past, candles: A gorgeous crystal chandelier hung in the dining room.
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chandeliernoun [C]

uk   /ˌʃæn.dəˈlɪər/ us   /ˌʃæn.dəˈlɪr/
a decorative light that hangs from the ceiling and has several parts like branches for holding bulbs or, especially in the past, candles
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Translations of “chandelier”
in Spanish araña (de luces)…
in Vietnamese đèn chùm…
in Malaysian candelier…
in Thai โคมไฟระย้า…
in French lustre…
in German der Kronleuchter…
in Chinese (Simplified) 枝形吊灯, (尤指旧时用的)枝形烛台…
in Turkish avize…
in Russian люстра…
in Indonesian kandil…
in Chinese (Traditional) 枝形吊燈, (尤指舊時用的)枝形燭台…
in Polish żyrandol…
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