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Ergonomics--System of danger and non-danger signals with sound and light
Flexible rubber-sheathed cables for mining purposes-Part 9: Flexible light-duty cables
Quantities and units of light and related electromagnetic radiations
Self-igniting light and orange smoke signal for lifebuoys
Technical requirements for light type safety device used for the presses
Prescription for installation of the external lighting and light signaling devices for motor vehicles and their trailers
Photometric characteristics of motorcycle headlamps equipped with filament light sources
Specifications for airport light fixtures--General requirements
Textiles-tests for colour fastness Blue wool stardards for colour fastness to light and weathering
The technical rules about solid radioactive waste processing system for light water reactor plants
The technical rules about radioactive waste processing system for light water reactor plants
The technical rules about gaseous radioactive waste processing system for light water reactor plants
back-up light for motor vehicles
measuring apparatus for measuring quantities of heat light or sound
light ,license plate,for cycles or motor vehicles
Marks for urban public transport--Mark for light rail rapid transit
Marks for urban public transport--Stop board for light rail rapid transit
Test method for the color fastness to light of alcohol soluble dyes
The property is zoned for light industry and commercial use and contains 100 acres of flat terrain
light ,reversing,for motor vehicles
globe holder,of base metal for light fixtures
electric light for Christmas trees
electric driving light for cycles or motor vehicles
traffic control light ,electric,for air-fields,railways,roads or waterways
winking light ,electric,for aircraft,ships,trains or other vehicles (excl. cycles and motor vehicles)
winking light ,electric,for traffic control
diode other than photosensitive or light emitting diodes
direction-indicating light for cycles or motor vehicles
nonlinear light scatter
1.(of a colour) pale.
‘her eyes were _light_ blue’
‘The suspect was described only as a white man, in a _light_ coloured short-sleeved shirt.’
2.(of a foodstuff) low in fat, cholesterol, sugar, or other rich ingredients.
‘stick to a _light_ diet’
‘The main course was a choice of stuffed baby squid or sautéed pork tenderloin on a _light_ Thai green curry sauce.’
3.(of a vehicle, ship, or aircraft) travelling unladen or with less than a full load.
‘This requires an optimized design of the vessel to minimize the _light_ ship weight as much as possible.’
‘That’s because with empty tanks and a _light_ car, you might find you have more grip than you expected.’
4.(of a woman) having many casual sexual encounters or relationships.
‘Jude found the room full of soldiers and _light_ women.’
5.(of an isotope) having not more than the usual mass; (of a compound) containing such an isotope.
‘The lighter isotope of helium, helium - 3, is short of one neutron compared to its heavier version.’
‘His idea was to use the material flux from an exploding fission weapon to compress a container that held the _light_ isotopes.’
6.(of drink) not strongly alcoholic or heavy on the stomach.
‘a _light_ Hungarian wine’
‘Effects are more or less the same whether _light_ , regular or alcohol-free beer is consumed.’
7.(of entertainment) requiring little mental effort; not profound or serious.
‘pop is thought of as _light_ entertainment’
‘some _light_ reading’
8.(of food or a meal) small in quantity and easy to digest.
‘a _light_ supper’
‘He invited me up to join him for a _light_ meal as a token of gratitude for helping his people.’
9.(of pastry or cake) fluffy or well aerated during cooking.
‘it was delicious, the pastry _light_ and flaky’
‘Cream together the unsalted butter and demerara sugar until _light_ and fluffy.’
10.(of sleep or a sleeper) easily disturbed.
‘I’m a _light_ sleeper’
‘her sleep was _light_ and fitful’
11.(of soil) friable, porous, and workable.
‘The African box thorn will grow on any soil, poor or rich, _light_ or strong.’
‘They also prefer a _light_ sandy soil and maybe your clay is a bit heavy and wet for them.’
12.(of type) having thin strokes; not bold.
‘times shown in _light_ type denote connecting services’
‘The thickness of the font was kind of perfect for our logo, not too bold and not too _light_ .’
13.Carrying only light armaments.
‘ _light_ infantry’
‘The Dover Barrage was a combination of nets, mines and searchlights, patrolled by _light_ craft.’
14.Carrying or suitable for small loads.
‘ _light_ commercial vehicles’
‘I do know a pilot who saved himself a load of fuel in a _light_ plane by flying along the front of them on the right day!’
15.Deficient in weight, especially by a specified amount.
‘the sack of potatoes is 5 kilos _light_ ’
‘His problem was that the car came up four pounds _light_ at the scales following the run.’
16.Easily borne or done.
‘he received a _light_ sentence’
‘some _light_ housework’
17.Gentle or delicate.
‘she planted a _light_ kiss on his cheek’
‘my breathing was steady and _light_ ’
18.Having a considerable or sufficient amount of natural light; not dark.
‘the bedrooms are _light_ and airy’
‘Albert proudly opened the front door and Betty and I walked into a large, _light_ hallway.’
19.Not solemn or unhappy; cheerful.
‘I left the island with a _light_ heart’
‘Well, that’s a fairly _light_ musing for the evening after much of my heavier writings on here.’
20.Not strongly or heavily built or made.
‘ _light_ , impractical clothes’
‘ _light_ armour’
21.Of little weight; not heavy.
‘they are very _light_ and portable’
‘ _light_ alloy wheels’
22.Relatively low in density, amount, or intensity.
‘passenger traffic was _light_ ’
‘ _light_ autumn rains’
1.(in a crossword puzzle) a blank space to be filled by a letter.
2.A device used to produce a flame or spark.
‘he asked me for a _light_ ’
‘I was nervous and when I get nervous I smoke - too bad I didn’t have a _light_ .’
3.A pane of glass forming the roof or side of a greenhouse or the top of a cold frame.
‘In summer, the glazed frame- _light_ can often be left off altogether and replaced with a slatted frame, the glazed _light_ being put back if there is a likelihood of heavy rain.’
4.A perpendicular division of a mullioned window.
‘The windows also show progress in one particular way: they are still mullioned and transomed, but the individual _lights_ are no longer arched.’
‘Well-lit by a triple- _light_ mullion and transom window with wooden surrounds, the landing was given additional _light_ from a dormer window high up in the central gable.’
5.A person eminent in a particular sphere of activity.
‘such _lights_ of Liberalism as the historian Goldwin Smith’
‘He said Mandisi has always been a shining _light_ and brought understanding and laughter to their lives.’
6.A person's opinions, standards, and abilities.
‘leaving the police to do the job according to their _lights_ ’
‘It seems to me that they were a state, but they had a legal system which, according to their _lights_ , was divinely ordained.’
7.A source of illumination, especially an electric lamp.
‘a _light_ came on in his room’
‘I could see red, white and blue strobe _lights_ flashing all along the water on the Manhattan side.’
8.A traffic light.
‘turn right at the _lights_ ’
‘Not satisfied with that, they then put in more _lights_ , making more traffic snarls.’
9.A window or opening to let light in.
‘the bedroom has a wide bay with leaded _lights_ ’
‘Summer cross-ventilation can be obtained through opening _lights_ in the glass wall and the motorized panes of the clerestory.’
10.An area of something that is brighter or paler than its surroundings.
‘sunshine will brighten the natural _lights_ in your hair’
‘Squint your eyes and see the landscape as a series of shapes, _lights_ and darks, as opposed to seeing every detail.’
11.An expression in someone's eyes indicating a particular emotion or mood.
‘a shrewd _light_ entered his eyes’
‘She had a very soft beauty to her, but she had a fierce _light_ in her eyes.’
‘Christmas _lights_ ’
‘Cubes, stars, lanterns and chilli peppers - decorative _lights_ aren’t just for Christmas.’
13.Spiritual illumination by divine truth.
‘But if we resist God’s Spirit of _light_ and mercy, we are promised the rod of correction.’
‘At the moment I am only on the first steps of Buddhism but I see it as the only _light_ in a very confusing world.’
14.The amount or quality of light in a place.
‘the plant requires good _light_ ’
‘in some _lights_ she could look beautiful’
15.The light falling on the windows of a house.
‘The right to _light_ must be a specific right, so that _light_ is claimed for particular windows or skylights, and there cannot be a general claim for _light_ over the whole piece of land.’
‘I suppose blocking of a right to _light_ would be an example, would it not?’
16.The natural agent that stimulates sight and makes things visible.
‘the _light_ of the sun’
‘the lamps in the street shed a faint _light_ into the room’
17.Understanding of a problem or mystery; enlightenment.
‘she saw _light_ dawn on the woman’s face’
‘Both of them would be happy if someone could shed the _light_ onto the mystery behind their child.’
‘the sign to fasten seat belts lit up’
‘This limited production L.E.D. watch _lights_ up brighter than any other watch available.’
2.Begin to burn; be ignited.
‘the gas wouldn’t _light_ properly’
‘Mr Griffiths was sucking hopefully at his pipe, which had refused to _light_ properly.’
3.Come upon or discover by chance.
‘he lit on a possible solution’
‘Upon arriving in Sonoma, she lit upon the idea of launching a high-end home store where she could combine both her passions under one roof.’
‘from the horse he lit down’
‘Gently she handed the little girl to her mother and they lighted from their horses.’
5.Fall and settle or land on (a surface)
‘a feather just lighted on the ground’
‘It was said with a grin but that didn’t dilute the cloud that lighted on the soldier’s face.’
6.Ignite a cigarette, cigar, or pipe and begin to smoke it.
‘she lit up a cigarette and puffed on it serenely’
‘workers who _light_ up in prohibited areas face dismissal’
7.Make (something) start burning; ignite.
‘Allen gathered sticks and lit a fire’
‘They had a load of cigarettes and they lit a fire, deciding to stay there for the night.’
8.Provide a light for (someone) so that they can see where they are going.
‘I’ll _light_ you down to the gate’
‘If we are among the lucky ones we may have an oil lamp but in most cases we have a candle to _light_ us to bed.’
9.Provide with light or lighting; illuminate.
‘the room was lit by a number of small lamps’
‘lightning suddenly lit up the house’
10.Switch on (an electric light)
‘only one of the table lamps was lit’
‘It was peaceful, the street _lights_ were lit and the only noise that could be heard was a dog barking in the distance.’
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