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flood·light

 (flŭd′līt′)
n.
1. Artificial light in an intensely bright and broad beam.
2. A unit that produces a beam of intense light; a flood.
tr.v. flood·light·ed or flood·lit (-lĭt′), flood·light·ing, flood·lights
To illuminate with a floodlight.

floodlight

(ˈflʌdˌlaɪt)
n
1. (Theatre) a broad intense beam of artificial light, esp as used in the theatre or to illuminate the exterior of buildings
2. (Theatre) the lamp or source producing such light
vb, -lights, -lighting or -lit
(tr) to illuminate by or as if by a floodlight

flood•light

(ˈflʌdˌlaɪt)

n., v. -light•ed -lit, -light•ing. n.
1. a powerful artificial light so directed as to give a comparatively uniform illumination over a large area.
2. a lamp or projector that produces such a light.
v.t.
3. to illuminate with a floodlight.
[1920–25]

floodlight


Past participle: floodlit
Gerund: floodlighting

Imperative
floodlight
floodlight
Present
I floodlight
you floodlight
he/she/it floodlights
we floodlight
you floodlight
they floodlight
Preterite
I floodlit
you floodlit
he/she/it floodlit
we floodlit
you floodlit
they floodlit
Present Continuous
I am floodlighting
you are floodlighting
he/she/it is floodlighting
we are floodlighting
you are floodlighting
they are floodlighting
Present Perfect
I have floodlit
you have floodlit
he/she/it has floodlit
we have floodlit
you have floodlit
they have floodlit
Past Continuous
I was floodlighting
you were floodlighting
he/she/it was floodlighting
we were floodlighting
you were floodlighting
they were floodlighting
Past Perfect
I had floodlit
you had floodlit
he/she/it had floodlit
we had floodlit
you had floodlit
they had floodlit
Future
I will floodlight
you will floodlight
he/she/it will floodlight
we will floodlight
you will floodlight
they will floodlight
Future Perfect
I will have floodlit
you will have floodlit
he/she/it will have floodlit
we will have floodlit
you will have floodlit
they will have floodlit
Future Continuous
I will be floodlighting
you will be floodlighting
he/she/it will be floodlighting
we will be floodlighting
you will be floodlighting
they will be floodlighting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been floodlighting
you have been floodlighting
he/she/it has been floodlighting
we have been floodlighting
you have been floodlighting
they have been floodlighting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been floodlighting
you will have been floodlighting
he/she/it will have been floodlighting
we will have been floodlighting
you will have been floodlighting
they will have been floodlighting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been floodlighting
you had been floodlighting
he/she/it had been floodlighting
we had been floodlighting
you had been floodlighting
they had been floodlighting
Conditional
I would floodlight
you would floodlight
he/she/it would floodlight
we would floodlight
you would floodlight
they would floodlight
Past Conditional
I would have floodlit
you would have floodlit
he/she/it would have floodlit
we would have floodlit
you would have floodlit
they would have floodlit
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.floodlight - light that is a source of artificial illumination having a broad beamfloodlight - light that is a source of artificial illumination having a broad beam; used in photography
light source, light - any device serving as a source of illumination; "he stopped the car and turned off the lights"
photographic equipment - equipment used by a photographer
Verb1.floodlight - illuminate with floodlights
illume, illuminate, illumine, light, light up - make lighter or brighter; "This lamp lightens the room a bit"
Translations
أنوار كاشِفَه أو غامِرَهضَوْءٌ غَامِريَغْمُرُ بالنّور، يضيء أنوارا كاشِفَه
reflektorosvětlit světlometem
projektør
valonheitin
reflektor
flóîljósflóîlÿsa
投光照明
투광 조명
strålkastare
ışıldakışıldakla aydınlatmakprojectorprojektör ışığı
đèn chiếu

floodlight

[ˈflʌdlaɪt] (floodlit (vb: pt, pp))
A. Nfoco m
B. VTiluminar con focos

floodlight

[ˈflʌdlaɪt]
nprojecteur m

floodlight

[ˈflʌdˌlaɪt] (floodlighted or floodlit (vb: pt, pp))
1. nriflettore m
to play a match under floodlights → giocare una partita in notturna

flood

(flad) noun
1. a great overflow of water. If it continues to rain like this, we shall have floods.
2. any great quantity. a flood of fan mail.
verb
to (cause something to) overflow with water. She left the water running and flooded the kitchen.
ˈfloodlight noun
a kind of very strong light often used to light up the outside of buildings etc. There were floodlights in the sports stadium.
verbpast tense, past participle ˈfloodlit (-lit)
to light with floodlights.
ˈfloodlighting noun
ˈfloodlit adjective
ˌflood-ˈtide noun
the rising tide.

floodlight

ضَوْءٌ غَامِر reflektor projektør Flutlicht προβολέας reflector valonheitin projecteur reflektor riflettore 投光照明 투광 조명 schijnwerper flomlys światło reflektorów holofote прожекторное освещение strålkastare แสงไฟสว่างจ้าที่ใช้ในสนามกีฬาหรือนอกอาคาร projektör ışığı đèn chiếu 泛光
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