DictionaryForumContacts

   English
Google | Forvo | +
noun | verb | adjective | adjective | to phrases
light [laɪt] n
gen. świetlny; oświetlenie f; zapalić; leciutko; ogień do zapalenia papierosa
antenn., opt. promieniowanie widzialne
chem. światło n
comp., MS cienka (Having a font weight that corresponds to a weight class value of 300 according to the OpenType specification); jasny (A theme that consists of a light background)
environ. światło n (promieniowanie elektromagnetyczne, wywołujące wrażenia wzrokowe; Electromagnetic radiation that is capable of causing a visual sensation)
light. jasny
transp., avia. lekki
lights [laɪts] n
gen. światła
perceived light [laɪt] n
light. światło postrzegane
light [laɪt] v
gen. rozpalić; odpalać zapalać; rozpalać; zapalać papierosa; oświetlać; palić
light up [laɪt] v
gen. zaświecić się; zalewać światło
light [laɪt] adj.
gen. delikatny lekkostrawny; łagodny; puszysty; widny
agric. nieśny
construct. łatwy
 English thesaurus
light [laɪt] abbr.
abbr. lt
mil., abbr. lgt
LIGHT [laɪt] abbr.
abbr., IT Life cycle Global HyperText
abbr., relig. Letting In Gods Holy Truth; Living In Good Health Together
lights [laɪts] n
arch. the lungs (plural only: But forst him gape and gaspe, with dread aghast, / As if his lungs and lites were nigh asunder brast. (1596) • […] / hard puffing breasts and dance-o'erwearied lungs. / And truly had the crier will'd to shout / The doughty Piper's name through polish's trump, / His breath had not suffic'd to twang it out, / So did the poor man's lights puff, pant, and jump / […] (1838) wiktionary.org)
meat., prof.jarg. the lungs being lighter than adjacent parts, now chiefly of an animal (plural only: A hog's lights (or lungs), spleen, and brain found their way into dishes, as did the heart, liver, kidneys, and head, all considered delicacies. Even the feet, ears, and tail were eaten. The hooves were boiled to make glue. wiktionary.org)
light: 496 phrases in 55 subjects
Agriculture14
American usage, not spelling3
Analytical chemistry24
Antennas and waveguides9
Biochemistry1
British usage, not spelling3
Chemistry23
Commerce1
Communications3
Computers1
Construction79
Criminal law1
Dyes5
Earth sciences1
Ecology1
Economics2
Education1
Electric motors1
Electric traction5
Electronics12
Environment2
Fish farming pisciculture1
Food industry3
Forestry4
General76
Health care1
Immigration and citizenship2
Industry1
Information technology1
Lighting other than cinema61
Medical8
Microsoft12
Mineralogy1
Municipal planning2
Natural sciences8
Nautical19
Nuclear physics3
Oil / petroleum2
Photography2
Physical sciences7
Physics6
Plastics1
Power lines1
Radio4
Radiology5
Rail transport18
Road works2
Semiconductors1
Soil science2
Transport41
United Nations2
Vacuum tubes2
Veterinary medicine3
Video recording1
Zootechnics1