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floor lamp

n.
A tall lamp with a base that stands on the floor.
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Noun1.floor lamp - a lamp that stands on the floorfloor lamp - a lamp that stands on the floor  
lamp - a piece of furniture holding one or more electric light bulbs
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Translations

floor lamp

n (Am) → lampada a stelo
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