Definition of 'floodlight'
Example sentences containing 'floodlight'
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It has a floodlit tennis court, pool, spa and library. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Work was still continuing last night under floodlights. The Sun (2010)The message was that he wanted a race at night and under floodlights. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The team came out on to the floodlit pitch. The Sun (2014)There was something electric about the place under floodlights and it always gave me an extra buzz. The Sun (2012)Turning a corner suddenly we saw in the dark skyline a long line of floodlit buildings. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Did football have anything like the same drama without floodlights? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Most games are played on floodlit, artificial pitches. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We know this because those he played against have spoken about the games that took place under floodlights in suburban Havana. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A floodlit tennis court, gym and a catamaran are also available to hire. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There is a cinema for 30 people, two floodlit clay tennis courts and a gym. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He returns home by 7pm, landing on his floodlit tennis court. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Nowadays, the key status symbol is a full-size floodlit soccer pitch. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Large bonfires ringed London during the night, and most public buildings were floodlit. Times, Sunday Times (2015)No more than a handful of the 19,000 tickets remain for the ground's first floodlit match. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He has the look to suit glamorous big European nights under the floodlights and the reputation and aura of a man made to lap up the spotlight. The Sun (2009)In one 1997 case, an angling society recovered damages after a floodlit tennis court disturbed fish in a river. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I don't think floodlights have a place in four-day cricket. Times, Sunday Times (2007)No doubt to the anger of environmentalists in the crowd of 21,000, proceedings ended more than an hour before sunset as the floodlights beamed. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'floodlight'
British English: floodlight /ˈflʌdˌlaɪt/ NOUN
Floodlights are powerful lamps which are used to light sports grounds and the outsides of public buildings.
- American English: floodlight
- Arabic: ضَوْءٌ غَامِر
- Brazilian Portuguese: holofote
- Chinese: 泛光
- Croatian: reflektor
- Czech: reflektor
- Danish: projektør
- Dutch: schijnwerper
- European Spanish: reflector
- Finnish: valonheitin
- French: projecteur lumière
- German: Flutlicht
- Greek: προβολέας
- Italian: riflettore
- Japanese: 投光照明
- Korean: 투광 조명
- Norwegian: flomlys
- Polish: światło reflektorów
- European Portuguese: holofote
- Romanian: proiector
- Russian: прожекторное освещение
- Spanish: reflector
- Swedish: strålkastare
- Thai: แสงไฟสว่างจ้าที่ใช้ในสนามกีฬาหรือนอกอาคาร
- Turkish: projektör ışığı
- Ukrainian: прожектор
- Vietnamese: đèn chiếu
British English: floodlight VERB
If a building or place is floodlit, it is lit by floodlights.
In the evening the facade is floodlit.
Definition of floodlight from the Collins English Dictionary
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