floodlight

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English[edit]

Floodlights

Etymology[edit]

From flood +‎ light

Noun[edit]

floodlight (plural floodlights)

  1. A projector of a bright beam of light for use in theatres and studios; a flood
  2. (chiefly in the plural) Powerful artificial illumination with a broad beam, especially in a series of units on pylons used to illuminate a sports ground.

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Verb[edit]

floodlight (third-person singular simple present floodlights, present participle floodlighting, simple past and past participle floodlit or floodlighted)

  1. (transitive) To enlighten or illuminate with floodlight(s).

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