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light noun

  /laɪt/ , /lʌɪt/ , [ɫɐɪ̯ʔ]
  • (physics, uncountable) Electromagnetic radiation in the wavelength range visible to the human eye (about 400–750 nanometers); visible light.
  • (countable) A source of illumination.
  • (figurative) Spiritual or mental illumination; enlightenment, useful information.
  • A point of view, or aspect from which a concept, person or thing is regarded.
  • A flame or something used to create fire.
  • A window in architecture, carriage design, or motor car design: either the opening itself or the window pane of glass that fills it, if any.
okno, światło, świetlik

light adjective

  /laɪt/ , /lʌɪt/ , [ɫɐɪ̯ʔ]
  • (nautical, of a ship) Riding high because of no cargo; by extension, pertaining to a ship which is light.
  • Lightly built; typically designed for speed or small loads.
  • Low in fat, calories, alcohol, salt, etc.
lekki, lekkostrawny
  • Gentle; having little force or momentum.
lekki, delikatny
  • Having little weight as compared with bulk; of little density or specific gravity.

light adjective

  /laɪt/ , /lʌɪt/ , [ɫɐɪ̯ʔ]
  • Pale or whitish in color; highly luminous and more or less deficient in chroma.
jasny, światło
  • Having light; bright; clear; not dark or obscure.
jasny, widny, świetlisty, świetlny

light verb

  /laɪt/ , /lʌɪt/ , [ɫɐɪ̯ʔ]
  • (transitive, pinball) To make (a bonus) available to be collected by hitting a target, and thus light up the feature light corresponding to that bonus to indicate its availability.
zapalić, rozpalić
  • (transitive) To set fire to; to set burning.
iluminować, oświetlić

lightness noun

  • The state of having little (or less) weight, or little force.





lightness noun

  • (uncountable) the relative whiteness or transparency of a colour
  • (uncountable) the condition of being illuminated
natężenie oświetlenia
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