English to Czech Meaning :: floodlight

Floodlight :
světlomet
- světlomet
 
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Noun(1) light that is a source of artificial illumination having a broad beam; used in photography
Verb(1) illuminate with floodlights

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(1) She said the work to repair the damage to the stopcock went on under floodlight until after midnight.(2) a tennis court where you can play by floodlight(3) The matches will be played in floodlight over the weekends so that the corporates can relax and enjoy the game.(4) a tennis court where you can play by floodlight(5) It seems no time since we were cursing the never-ending long, dark, cold winter evenings spent working in the garden either by floodlight or, if it was wet, in the shed building cold frames.(6) Instead of the eternally fuelled floodlight they'd once been, this light was like the tip of a flame, a prick of daylight in the darkness of ones soul.(7) There are lead-in lights from the river approach, landing floodlights , a marker beacon and a lighted windsock.(8) One thing still amazes me: at the end of the day the site was floodlit , and the crews were on the job.(9) He added that Wilton was lucky that Old St Mary's Church was now floodlit at night, thanks to the town's Rotary Club.(10) Another concern was light pollution as additional floodlights will be built.(11) At night they worked under the glare of powerful floodlights and members of the ship's company helped.(12) Four powerful floodlights may look quite pretty dancing in the distance 200 yards away but alas they're virtually invisible directly above your head.(13) The money was initially set aside for Moorhead High to build six floodlit all-weather areas with changing rooms and an athletics track.(14) The mountains are floodlit , and the streets are lined with travellers and locals alike, who enjoy the outdoor cafes and night markets.(15) A new sixth form block is due to be completed ready for next term and work on a new sports hall and floodlit artificial pitch backed by National Lottery funding is due to begin shortly.(16) At night much of this central area is floodlit , giving an impression, reinforced by the many pavement cafes, of central Paris.
Related Words
(1) flood light ::
povodeň světlo
Synonyms
Noun
1. flood ::
zaplavit
2. photoflood ::
photoflood
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