Definition of 'brake light'
Example sentences containing 'brake light'
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And the cables which run to the rear brake lights. The Sun (2008)The only colour is that of the cars' red brake lights in the gloom. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I sauntered past the queues of shiny red brake lights and into the Arts District. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'brake light'
British English: brake light /breɪk laɪt/ NOUN
A brake light is a red light attached to the rear of a motor vehicle that lights up when the brakes are applied, serving as a warning to following drivers.
- American English: brake light
- Arabic: مِصْباح الفَرامِل
- Brazilian Portuguese: luz de freio
- Chinese: 刹车灯
- Croatian: stop svjetlo
- Czech: brzdové světlo
- Danish: bremselys
- Dutch: remlicht
- European Spanish: luz de freno
- Finnish: jarruvalo
- French: feu de stop
- German: Bremslicht
- Greek: φως φρένων
- Italian: stop
- Japanese: ブレーキランプ
- Korean: 정지등
- Norwegian: bremselys
- Polish: światło hamowania
- European Portuguese: luz de travão
- Romanian: stop
- Russian: стоп-сигнал
- Spanish: luz de freno
- Swedish: bromsljus
- Thai: ไฟเบรค
- Turkish: fren lambası
- Ukrainian: стоп-сигнал
- Vietnamese: đèn phanh
Definition of brake light from the Collins English Dictionary
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