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    light查询结果如下:

    音标:[laɪt] 现在分词:lighting
    过去式:lighted|lit 过去分词:lighted|lit
    名词复数:lights 第三人称单数:lights
    比较级:lighter 最高级:lightest

    基本释义/说明: n.光;光线;灯
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    a.
    ①明亮的,有光线的;光明的;
    be lighter than sb
    比某人更精神(更容光焕发).
    be quite a light room
    光线很好的房间.
    It`s still quite light.
    天尚未黑.
    It`s beginning to get light.
    天开始亮.
    Let there be light.
    在那里点个灯.
    ②淡色的;浅色的;
    light blue(brown,green)
    淡蓝色(褐色,浅绿色).
    a light complexion
    白皙的皮肤.
    light hair
    灰白的头发.
    a light-colour dress
    浅色的女装.
    n.
    ①[U]光,光亮,光线;
    the light of the sun(a lamp,the fire,the gas) = sun (lamp, fire, gas) light
    阳光,日光(灯光,火光,气光).
    get up every morning at the first light
    每天早上清晨起床.
    read by candle light
    借烛光读书.
    cut off sb`s light
    挡住某人光线.
    children bathed in sun light
    接受日光浴的孩子们;沐浴在阳光下的孩子们.
    go for a walk by moon light
    月下漫步;踏着月光散步.
    The light began to fail.
    夜幕将临(天快黑了).
    ②[C]光源;发光体;灯;灯塔;天体等;
    an electric(a powerful) light
    电灯.
    a green light
    绿灯;安全信号;(交通车辆等)通行信号.
    an orange light
    黄灯,(交通车辆等)开始停止通行信号.
    a navigation light
    航灯.
    a red light
    红灯;(交通车辆等)禁止通行信号;危险信号.
    traffic lights
    交通灯,红绿灯.
    put that light out
    把灯灭掉.
    switch(turn)the light(s)on(off)
    开(关)灯.
    Lights in the sky multiplied.
    满天星星;繁星点点.
    All the lights went out—there was a power failure.
    所有的灯全都熄灭——停电了.
    ③[C]火花;点火物(如火柴等);发火物(如木炭等);
    strike a light
    擦火柴.
    Please give me a light.
    请借个火给我.
    ④[U]快乐的神情;眼中的光泽;
    The light died out of her eyes.
    她眼中的快乐神情消失了.
    ⑤[C][常用单](绘画的)明亮部分,投光部分;
    the light lights
    (画的)最明亮部分.
    light and shade
    明暗;光影.
    ⑥[U]见识;见解;[C]帮助理解(说明)的事实;启发;
    view the matter in a new light
    用新的见解观察问题.
    ⑦[C]观点;外观;
    look upon sth(sb)in a new light.
    用新眼光观察某事(某人).
    view sb`s conduct in a favourable light
    赞成某人行为.
    The workers and the employers look at difficulties in quite a different light.
    工人和雇主(劳资双方)以完全不同的眼光看待困难.
    ⑧[C]名人,模范,赫赫人物;
    a literary light of the day
    当代的文豪.
    one of the leading(shining) lights of our age
    我们这个时代的领导人物之一.
    ⑨[C]透光的窗户,天窗;
    a sky light
    天窗.
    ⑩[复]智能,才智;
    sb`s lights
    某人的才智.
    ⑾[定语]灯的,光的;
    a light trap
    诱蛾灯;捉虫灯.
    a light wave
    光波.
    vi.
    点燃;着光;
    The torches light easily.
    火把容易点燃.
    The fuse lit at once.
    保险丝立即着火了.
    vt.
    ①点(燃);
    light a candle(cigarette,lamp)
    点燃蜡烛(香烟,灯).
    light a fire(torch)
    点火(火把).
    ②照亮;
    light a room
    照亮房间.
    flats(streets)lit by electricity
    电灯照明的住宅(街道).
    ③用灯光引路;
    light sb on his way
    以灯光引某人走路.
    She lit her children up the stairs to bed with a candle.
    她用蜡烛照着子女上楼去睡觉.
    The beacon lit the plane to a safe landing.
    信号灯引导飞机安全着陆.
    图典解说
    Emitted by a celestial body, is captured by the objective lens and travels along the main tube unti...
    0 由天体发射,由物镜捕获,并沿主管传播,直至到达目镜。
    -同义词和反义词

    词性:adjective

    例句1. it′s light, portable, and you can use it anywhere

    反义词系列1
    -light的不同词性形态

    形容词 变体/同根词

    Capable of being lit (illuminated). || Capable of being lit (set on fire).
    “In order for the Sal-Mar to work, the performer interacts with a horizontal control panel of 291 lightable touch-sensitive switches.”
    Somewhat light in colour. || Somewhat light in weight.
    “In addition to the eggs, he puts in a little flour, some milk or a little water, and makes a lightish sort of batter.”
    “It′s a good place to take someone you are trying to impress, especially for lightish food.”
    “The cello is painted a warm, lightish brown, with rippling reflections that show off its highly polished surface.”
    Illuminated. || (slang) intoxicated or under the influence of drugs; stoned. || (slang) Excellent, fantastic; captivating.
    “His wife was definitely lit after her night out with the girls from the office.”
    Lacking light; unilluminated.
    “Bermuda′s caves support a diverse fauna specially adapted to a lightless existence.”
    “The path we followed was merely a space between two stone walls, dank and lightless.”
    “As an added bonus, the keyboard seems to light up, which I envision will be a boon to struggling typists working in windowless, lightless spaces.”
    Characterised by light; luminous; emitting or manifesting light; radiant.
    “He is not immured in any noisome dungeon, but in a lightsome chamber over the south door of the Church.”
    “Roderigo seized the cup, and with a lightsome smile drank to his lovely bride.”
    “We set off on our tour of South America with a lightsome heart.”

    名词 变体/同根词

    light的复数形式
    “It would have been a simple matter to pilfer their tawdry Christmas lights in order to gain one-upmanship this year.”
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