Definition of 'sunlight'
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All but a couple of them rarely see sunlight. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Doctors have known for years that sunlight is damaging to skin. The Antioxidant Health Plan (1994)Keep packaged toys out of direct sunlight and avoid high humidity. The Sun (2006)There is no sunlight or fresh air. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Silver plants do a brilliant job of reflecting sunlight at this time of year. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Strong sunlight can be dangerous in some surprising ways. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The film absorbs sunlight during the day and releases the energy at night. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Cover the cuttings to keep the humidity up and place out of direct sunlight. The Sun (2007)Get out for some fresh air and sunlight between games. The Sun (2014)It was exciting this time to exit through the hole in the roof into wonderful bright sunlight. The Sun (2012)He was blinking in the strong sunlight. BomberDuring the day the sunlight charges the solar panel on top of the light. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Average warmth and dappled shade away from direct sunlight in the summer. The Sun (2011)It was catching the bright afternoon sunlight and gleaming like a newly minted penny. BomberCan he at least see sunlight? Times, Sunday Times (2014)When a stream of sunlight shines through a crack in an old shed you can see the sunlight cutting through the darkness. Christianity Today (2000)There's no room for windows so sunlight comes through holes in the bedroom. The Sun (2012)Others find that direct light of any sort causes no difficulty, but sunlight through windows is unbearable. M.E. and You - a self-help plan (1988)It shot sulphur dioxide gas into the upper atmosphere, shrouded the globe and dimmed sunlight for years afterwards. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Another company showcased cabin windows that store sunlight and convert it directly into energy for passengers' smartphone batteries. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He had his time in the sunlight, if not the sun, a few years ago. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I usually wake up at 6, by which time the summer sunlight has flooded into the bedroom. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'sunlight'
British English: sunlight /ˈsʌnlaɪt/ NOUN
Sunlight is the light that comes from the sun.
The calm sea glistened in the sunlight.
- American English: sunlight
- Arabic: ضُوءُ الشَّمْس
- Brazilian Portuguese: luz do sol
- Chinese: 阳光
- Croatian: sunčeva svjetlost
- Czech: sluneční svit
- Danish: sollys
- Dutch: zonlicht
- European Spanish: luz del sol
- Finnish: auringonvalo
- French: rayons de soleil
- German: Sonnenlicht
- Greek: ηλιακό φως
- Italian: luce solare
- Japanese: 日光
- Korean: 햇빛
- Norwegian: sollys
- Polish: światło słoneczne
- European Portuguese: luz do sol
- Romanian: lumina soarelui
- Russian: солнечный свет
- Spanish: luz del sol
- Swedish: solljus
- Thai: แสงอาทิตย์
- Turkish: gün ışığı
- Ukrainian: сонячне світло
- Vietnamese: ánh sáng mặt trời
Definition of sunlight from the Collins English Dictionary
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