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spot·light

 (spŏt′līt′)
n.
1.
a. A strong beam of light that illuminates only a small area, used especially to center attention on a stage performer.
b. A lamp that produces such a light.
2. Public notoriety or prominence: She was in the spotlight after she won the marathon.
3. An artificial source of light with a strongly focused beam, as on an automobile.
tr.v. spot·light·ed or spot·lit (-lĭt), spot·light·ing, spot·lights
1. To illuminate with a spotlight.
2. To focus attention on.

spotlit

(ˈspɒtˌlɪt)
adj
illuminated by a spotlight or spotlights
Translations

spotlit

[ˈspɒtlɪt] ADJiluminado

spotlit

[ˈspɒtlɪt] adj [building, monument, stage] → éclairé(e) par des projecteursspot-on [ˌspɒtˈɒn] adj (British) to be spot-on → être en plein dans le mille , être dans le mille
What he said was spot-on → Ce qu'il a dit était en plein dans le mille.

spotlit

[ˈspɒtlɪt] adj (stage, building) → illuminato/a dai riflettori
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