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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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The canvas reveals Saad's realistic approach to the human figure, painted directly from life and dramatically spotlit against a dark background.
Paul's conflict with him is central, fascinating and lasts years: yet he insists on telling us about him sidewise, occasionally, without a single spotlit moment of conflict, so that even this struggle is distanced and diffused.
Gemma was spotlit on the stage sitting astride her name in lighted letters, as the opening strains of Show Me How You Burlesque were sang.
Sophie Bevan and David Portillo made seductive musical poetry of their suicide duet; Iestyn Davies brought his characters neuroses effectively (and often amusingly) to the fore; and mezzos Alice Coote (another newcomer) and Christine Rice (a three-timer) were vivid in their important roles; both rose happily to their spotlit solos.
It is fitted with a panelled bath with overhead hand-held mixer shower, shower screen, bidet, low-level flush WC, hand basin on a vanity unit, chrome heated towel rail/radiator, recessed spotlit lighting, wall mirror, floor and wall ceramic tiling, and a stained glass sash window that looks on to the rear garden.
With a bit of imaginative lighting, an enhanced and spotlit Playhouse frontage, plus some badly-needed trees and foliage, Williamson Square can finally begin to emerge from its 1970s limbo.
If Sartre's philosophy of relation was founded on the disembodied specular image, Thomasson's exhibition of five watercolors and a video spotlit that philosophy's codependence upon the body.
Although Netflix's "Stranger Things" walked away empty-handed, creators Matt and Ross Duffer said that they were proud of their sleeper hit, which spotlit the next generation of talent.
Spotlit as she sings 'I Wanna Be Loved by You', she's innocent, yet seems clad only in spangles.
Displayed high, almost at eye level, each sculpture was spotlit like an actor on stage.
Jimmy declares that his mother is not dead, and almost instantly his mother is revealed to the audience, they see her "standing offstage, isolated, spotlit, reading a letter" (Harrison 1998, 12).
Seldom have ancient bronze and marble statues looked more compelling: spotlit against a dark turquoise backdrop, their surfaces glisten and gleam, illuminating our path like epiphanic apparitions in the gloom.