taillight


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tail·light

 (tāl′līt′)
n.
A red light or one of a pair mounted on the rear end of a vehicle. Also called tail lamp.

tail•light

(ˈteɪlˌlaɪt)

n.
a light, usu. red, at the rear of an automobile, train, etc.
Also called tail′ lamp`.
[1835–45]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.taillight - lamp (usually red) mounted at the rear of a motor vehicletaillight - lamp (usually red) mounted at the rear of a motor vehicle
electrical system - equipment in a motor vehicle that provides electricity to start the engine and ignite the fuel and operate the lights and windshield wiper and heater and air conditioner and radio
lamp - an artificial source of visible illumination
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