Definition of 'neon'
Example sentences containing 'neon'
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I smiled at Dr Madison in case my thoughts were flashing in neon across my forehead. SUMMER OF SECRETS (2003)He walked along the street towards the front entrance, the name clear above the door, on an old-fashioned red neon sign. A SEASON IN HELL (2003)Above the club's gaudy neon entrance, there were spotlights, which were aimed at the cube. CHAMELEON (2003)
Above the club's gaudy neon entrance, there were spotlights, which were aimed at the cube. CHAMELEON (2003)
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Translations for 'neon'
British English: neon /ˈniːɒn/ NOUN
Neon is a gas which exists in very small amounts in the atmosphere.
- American English: neon
- Arabic: غَازُ الْنِيُون
- Brazilian Portuguese: néon
- Chinese: 霓虹灯
- Croatian: neon
- Czech: neón
- Danish: neon
- Dutch: neon
- European Spanish: neón
- Finnish: neon
- French: néon
- German: Neon
- Greek: νέον
- Italian: neon
- Japanese: ネオン
- Korean: 네온
- Norwegian: neon
- Polish: neon
- European Portuguese: néon
- Romanian: neon
- Russian: неон
- Spanish: neón
- Swedish: neon
- Thai: ไฟนีออน
- Turkish: neon
- Ukrainian: неон
- Vietnamese: nê ông
British English: neon ADJECTIVE
Neon lights or signs are made from glass tubes filled with neon gas which produce a bright electric light.
In the city squares the neon lights flashed in turn.
Definition of neon from the Collins English Dictionary
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