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light  Verbo
Plural: lights
  1. Traducir "light" a Español: iluminar, alumbrar, dar lumbre a
    Sinónimos en Inglés de "light": brighten, brighten up, light up, illuminate, illumine, lighten
    Definir significado de "light": Make lighter or brighter. ; Cause to start burning; subject to fire or great heat.
  2. This lamp lightens the room a bit.
    Great heat can ignite almost any dry matter.
    Light a cigarette.

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  3. Traducir "light" a Español: prender, encender
    Sinónimos en Inglés de "light": ignite, fire up, light up, set fire to
    Definir significado de "light": Cause to start burning; subject to fire or great heat.
  4. She lights the logs, Ella enciende los troncos.
    Great heat can ignite almost any dry matter.
    Light a cigarette.

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light  Sustantivo
  1. Traducir "light" a Español: luz, lumbre, luminaria, fulgor
    Sinónimos en Inglés de "light": brightness, brilliance, firelight, glow, brilliancy, glim, incandescence
    Definir significado de "light": Any device serving as a source of illumination. ; The visual effect of illumination on objects or scenes as created in pictures. ; The quality of being luminous; emitting or reflecting light. ; A visual warning signal.; An illuminated area. ; Electromagnetic radiation that can produce a visual sensation. ; Having abundant light or illumination.
  2. He stopped the car and turned off the lights.
    He could paint the lightest light and the darkest dark.
    Its luminosity is measured relative to that of our sun.
    They saw the light of the beacon.
    There was a light at every corner.
    He stepped into the light.
    The light was filtered through a soft glass window.
    They played as long as it was light.
    As long as the lighting was good.

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  3. Traducir "light" a Español: luz

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  5. Traducir "light" a Español: foco
    Sinónimos en Inglés de "light": headlight, sealed beam
    Definir significado de "light": A powerful light with reflector; attached to the front of an automobile or locomotive.

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light  Adjetivo
  1. Traducir "light" a Español: ligero, de poco peso, liviano, de baja densidad, de poca densidad, vaporoso
    Sinónimos en Inglés de "light": lite, airy, light-density, lightweight, low-density, thin, underweight, weightless, ingravid
    Definir significado de "light": Loose and large-grained in consistency. ; Of comparatively little physical weight or density. ; Of little intensity or power or force. ; Of the military or industry; using (or being) relatively small or light arms or equipment. ; Very thin and insubstantial.
  2. Light sandy soil.
    A light load.
    Magnesium is a light metal--having a specific gravity of 1.74 at 20 degrees C.
    The light touch of her fingers.
    A light breeze.
    Light infantry.
    Light cavalry.
    Light industry.
    Light weapons.
    Thin paper.
    Flimsy voile.
    Light summer dresses.


  3. Traducir "light" a Español: leve, ligero
    Sinónimos en Inglés de "light": slight, trifling, unimportant, venial
    Definir significado de "light": Not great in degree or quantity or number. ; Of little intensity or power or force. ; Silly or trivial. ; Intended primarily as entertainment; not serious or profound. ; Having little importance. ; Marked by temperance in indulgence.
  4. A light sentence.
    A light accent.
    Casualties were light.
    Light snow was falling.
    Light misty rain.
    Light smoke from the chimney.
    The light touch of her fingers.
    A light breeze.
    Idle pleasure.
    Light banter.
    Light idle chatter.
    Light verse.
    A light comedy.
    Losing his job was no light matter.
    Abstemious meals.
    A light eater.
    A light smoker.
    Ate a light supper.

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  5. Traducir "light" a Español: bajo en calorías, dietético
    Sinónimos en Inglés de "light": lite, low-calorie, low-calories, low in calories, low-cal
    Definir significado de "light": Having relatively few calories. ; Easily assimilated in the alimentary canal; not rich or heavily seasoned.
  6. Diet cola.
    Light (or lite) beer.
    Lite (or light) mayonnaise.
    A low-cal diet.
    A light diet.

  7. Traducir "light" a Español: claro, bien iluminado
    Sinónimos en Inglés de "light": clear, well lit, bright, lightsome, lucid
    Definir significado de "light": Characterized by or emitting light. ; Free from anything that dulls or dims.
  8. A room that is light when the shutters are open.
    The inside of the house was airy and light.
    Efforts to obtain a clean bass in orchestral recordings.
    Clear laughter like a waterfall.
    Clear reds and blues.
    A light lilting voice like a silver bell.

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  9. Traducir "light" a Español: ligero
    Sinónimos en Inglés de "light": flippant
    Definir significado de "light": Designed for ease of movement or to carry little weight.; Moving easily and quickly; nimble.
  10. Light aircraft.
    A light truck.
    The dancer was light and graceful.
    A lightsome buoyant step.
    Walked with a light tripping step.

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  11. Traducir "light" a Español: claro, apagado, tenue
    Sinónimos en Inglés de "light": pale, subdued, unglazed, drab, dull, matt
  12. A light [pale] red.., Un rojo claro.

light  Adverbio
  1. Traducir "light" a Español: con poco equipaje
    Sinónimos en Inglés de "light": with little baggage
    Definir significado de "light": With few burdens.
  2. Experienced travellers travel light.

Conjugación verbal de "light"
Gerundio: lighting

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a heavy purse makes a light heart
ability to see better in bad light
abundance of light
actinic light
activity light
against the light
amber light
anchor light
anti-dazzle light
anti-glare light
approach light
artificial light
at first light
at the traffic light
automatic light control
automobile's signaling light
automobile's signalling light
axial light
back-light
back-up light
backing light
backscatter of light
be a light sleeper
be a very light sleeper
be ablaze with light
be all sweetness and light
be light-fingered
be momentarily blinded by light
be plenty of light
be sweetness and light
beacon light
beam indicator light
beam of light
begin to see the light
Bengal light
black light
black-light lamp
blind with light
blinded by light
blinding light
blue light
blue-light special
boundary light
brake light
break down chemically with light
bring back to public light
bring to light
by the light of
by way of light relief
calcium light
cast light on
cast light upon
cataclysmic explosion of a star in which it emits up to one billion times its normal light
cataclysmic explosions of stars in which they emit up to one billion times their normal light
catch the light
CDC light trap
ceiling light
central light
chew light-bulbs
chink of light
cold light
color produced by the strengthening or weakening of the wavelengths of a composite beam of light
come out to light
come to light
come to light that
communication device that transmits voice sound via a beam of light
cone of light
consensual light reflex
consensual reaction to light
contact light
conversion of purple visual in rhodopsin after being bleached by light
course light
courtesy light
dark light
degree of differentiation between dark and light pixels
device at a window to throw light downwards
diffuse light
diffused light
dim light
dim the light
direct light
direct light reflex
direct reaction to light
directional light
dome light
Dowsing's light bath
drive activity light
eat something light
echo-ranging with light waves
electric light
electronic component that detects the presence of visible, infrared or ultraviolet light
emergency light
emergency light reflex
emit light
extinguish a light
extra-light harrow
faint light
fairly light
far reaching light
far red light
faster than light
fear of light
filter light
Finsen light
first light
flash of light
flasher light
flashing light
floating light
fluorescent light
fluorescent light fitting
fog light
frosted light bulb
gemstone that shines with a wavy band of white light
get a light suntan
give a light
give a light punishment
give off light
give the green light
give the green light to
glare of light phobia
glass portion of a light bulb
glow with flickering light
go out like a light
green-light
green light
half-light
halo of light
head-light
hold in light esteem
idioretinal light
ignition warning light
in a half light
in light of
in the lantern light
in the lantern's light
in the light
in the light of
in this light
inability to see in bad light
inability to see in bright light
incandescent light bulb
index light
indicator light
indirect light
infrared light
instrument for measuring the amount and intensity of blue in light
intense light
interior car light
interior light
intermittent light
intolerance to light
invisible light
irrational fear of light
it's no light matter
jump a red light
jump through a red light
kappa light chain
Kojak light
landing-direction light
landing light
laser light
leading light
least amount or quantum of light
leave the light burning
leave the light on
let there be light
liquid crystal display without background light
low-light sensitivity
machine used to accelerate streams of particles in a defined direction at speeds close to the speed of light
make light of
many hands make light work
marker light
minimum light
minimum light threshold
miss the light
miss the red light
monochromatic light
move with light steps
movement of an organism or cell toward or away from a source of light
natural light
navigational light
neon light
New Jersey light trap
night-light
occulting light
of the red-light district
opacity and texture of paper when under light
ophthalmoscopy with reflected light
oscillating light
out like a light
over-sensitivity of skin to light
over-sensitivity of skin to light
overhead light
oviduct inflammation associated with fluid buildup in its light
parking light
passenger light
pedestal light
person skilled at across-the-table light conversation
phobia of light
pilot light
pink light
play of light
polarized light
polarized light microscope
polymorphic light eruption
polymorphous light eruption
position light
property of certain crystals of exhibiting different colors when viewed from different angles of light
property of producing sound under the influence of momentary light radiations
pulse of light
pulsed light energy
pupil dilation produced by light
pupillary dilation produced by light
pupillary light reflex
put in a ridiculous light
pyramid of light
quantity of light
quarter light
radiate a phosphoric light
ray of light
re-light
reading light
rear light
red light
red-light
red-light bar
red-light district
reflect light
reflect the light
reflected light
reflector light
refracted light
retinal cell sensitive to light
retinal light
retinitis caused by exposure to light rays
reversing light
revolving light
riding light
roof light
run a light
run a red light
run through a red light
run through the red light
run with a light step
running light
runway light
rush light
sea light
see in a different light
see light
see the light
see the red light
shaft of light
shed light on
shed light upon
short and light overcoat
short light overcoat
short light sleep
side light
signal light
Simpson light
Simpson's light
small ray of light
sound and light show
source of light
speed light
speed of light
St. Elmo's light
starlike image produced in certain minerals by light refraction
stop light
street light
strike a light
strip light
strobe light
stroke of light
subdued light
supplementary light
switch off the light
switch on the light
tail light
tapetal light reflex
third brake-light
throw light
throw light on
throw light upon
traffic light
trailer light socket
transmitted light
travel light
trick of the light
trouble light
turn down the light
turn off the light
turn on the light
turn out the light
turn the light off
turn the light on
turning light
Tyndall light
ultra-light
ultraviolet light
unit of light
unit of measurement of the amount of brightness emitted by a light source
utilization of solar light
valuable hard and resistant wood of a reddish color and relatively light weight
vault light
velocity of light
Very light
very light
very light blast
visible light
walk by with light steps
walk with a light step
wall light
warning light
wave theory of light
wavering light
wax light
which avoids light
which emits sound when hit by an intermittent beam of light
which has a dislike for light
which reflects light
white light
whiten by excluding light
with a light heart
with light steps
with no light
without light
Wood light
Wood's light
yellow light
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