Definition of 'flashlight'
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He brought the flashlight closer, squinting at the wire. CORMORANT (2002)He snapped on the flashlight, terrified of what he might find. CORMORANT (2002)
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Translations for 'flashlight'
British English: flashlight /ˈflæʃˌlaɪt/ NOUN
A flashlight is a small portable electric light which gets its power from batteries.
- American English: flashlight
- Arabic: مِصْباحٌ بَطَّارِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: lanterna
- Chinese: 手电筒
- Croatian: baterijska svjetiljka
- Czech: baterka kapesní svítilna
- Danish: lommelygte
- Dutch: zaklantaarn
- European Spanish: linterna
- Finnish: salamavalo
- French: torche
- German: Blitzlicht
- Greek: φακός
- Italian: pila tascabile
- Japanese: 懐中電灯
- Korean: 플래시
- Norwegian: lommelykt
- Polish: latarka
- European Portuguese: lanterna
- Romanian: lanternă
- Russian: фонарь
- Spanish: linterna
- Swedish: ficklampa
- Thai: ไฟฉาย
- Turkish: flaş fotoğraf makinesi vb
- Ukrainian: ліхтарик
- Vietnamese: đèn flash
Definition of flashlight from the Collins English Dictionary
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