streetlamp


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street•light

(ˈstritˌlaɪt)

n.
a light, usu. supported by a lamppost, for illuminating a street or road.
[1615–25]
Translations
pouliční lampa
gadelygte
katulamppu
ulična svjetiljka
街灯
가로등
gatlykta
ไฟถนน
đèn đường

streetlamp

street-lamp [ˈstriːtlæmp] nréverbère mstreet level n
at street level → au rez-de-chaussée

streetlamp

مِصْباحُ الشَّارِع pouliční lampa gadelygte Straßenlaterne λάμπα δρόμου farola katulamppu lampadaire ulična svjetiljka lampione 街灯 가로등 straatlamp gatelys latarnia uliczna iluminação уличный фонарь gatlykta ไฟถนน sokak lambası đèn đường 街灯
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