Portuguese translation of 'spotlight'
holofote m, refletor m
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Example Sentences Including 'spotlight'
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Now we put the spotlight on the people and the organisations that permitted these scams to take place.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
The story could not be more different from last year, when the spotlight was focused on the industry.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
It is as an irrepressible science geek that his moment in the spotlight has come.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Mars is your star mentor, switching the spotlight of fame back on.The Sun (2009)
But it's good to be back in the media spotlight again.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
He had lots going on last year when he was put in the spotlight and he did well.The Sun (2013)
He has been caught in the spotlight of attention, which does not come easy to a contradictory man.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
But it was her romance with the married footballer which last year thrust her back into the spotlight.The Sun (2012)
But we certainly welcome the publicity as it will put the spotlight on what we're doing.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Get ready for life in the slow lane as the spotlight is thrown on Britain's oldest drivers.The Sun (2006)
His wealth has brought him firmly into the public spotlight.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
It has often come under the spotlight.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
It was the star pair's flirty tweets which focused the spotlight on them.The Sun (2010)
It will put them under a spotlight if people find out who has leaked them.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
It will throw a spotlight on the differences in style, choreography and routine between the five companies.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
No one could be sure how he would hold up under the pressure and in the very public spotlight.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
The attack once again threw the spotlight on to the controversial vehicle.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
The hurricane also served to throw a new spotlight on his music.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
The spotlight will now again turn to Qatar.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
This is why there is a side to him that will relish the opportunity of being thrust back into the spotlight today.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
This misuse has to be put in the spotlight and stopped.The Sun (2015)
It shines a powerful spotlight on an issue we ignore to our cost.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
It may be true that in the small area where the spotlight is shining it is crowded.Christianity Today (2000)
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'spotlight' in Other Languages
British English: spotlight /ˈspɒtˌlaɪt/ NOUN
A spotlight is a powerful light, used for example in a theatre, which can be moved to light up a small area.
- American English: spotlight
- Arabic: ضُوءٌ كَشَّاف
- Brazilian Portuguese: holofote
- Chinese: 聚光灯
- Croatian: reflektor
- Czech: bodový reflektor
- Danish: spotlight
- Dutch: spotlight
- European Spanish: foco reflector
- Finnish: valonheitin
- French: spot
- German: Scheinwerfer
- Greek: προβολέας
- Italian: riflettore
- Japanese: スポットライト
- Korean: 스포트라이트
- Norwegian: rampelys
- Polish: reflektor punktowy
- European Portuguese: holofote
- Romanian: reflector
- Russian: луч прожектора
- Spanish: foco
- Swedish: strålkastare
- Thai: ไฟฉายที่มีแสงสว่างจ้ามาก
- Turkish: spot lambası
- Ukrainian: прожектор
- Vietnamese: đèn pha
British English: spotlight VERB
If something spotlights a particular problem or situation, it makes people notice it and think about it.
The budget crisis also spotlighted a weakening economy.
Translation of spotlight from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary