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As verb (used without object) [dined, din·ing.]
To Eat The Principal Meal Of The Day; Have Dinner.
To Take Any Meal.
As verb (used with object) [dined, din·ing.]
To Entertain At Dinner.
To Take A Meal, Especially The Principal Or More Formal Meal Of The Day, Away From Home, As In A Hotel Or Restaurant: They Dine Out At Least Once A Week.
A Portion Of Space Within A Building Or Other Structure, Separated By Walls Or Partitions From Other Parts: A Dining Room.
Lodgings Or Quarters, As In A House Or Building.
The Persons Present In A Room: The Whole Room Laughed.
Space Or Extent Of Space Occupied By Or Available For Something: The Desk Takes Up Too Much Room.
Opportunity Or Scope For Something: Room For Improvement; Room For Doubt.
Status Or A Station In Life Considered As A Place: He Fought For Room At The Top.
Capacity: Her Brain Had No Room For Trivia.
A Working Area Cut Between Pillars.
As verb (used without object)
To Occupy A Room Or Rooms; Lodge.
Something That Makes Things Visible Or Affords Illumination: All Colors Depend On Light.
The Sensation Produced By Stimulation Of The Organs Of Sight.
An Illuminating Agent Or Source, As The Sun, A Lamp, Or A Beacon.
The Radiance Or Illumination From A Particular Source: The Light Of A Candle.
The Illumination From The Sun; Daylight: We Awoke At The First Light.
Daybreak Or Dawn: When Light Appeared In The East.
Daytime: Summer Has More Hours Of Light.
A Particular Light Or Illumination In Which An Object Seen Takes On A Certain Appearance: Viewing The Portrait In Dim Light.
A Device For Or Means Of Igniting, As A Spark, Flame, Or Match: Could You Give Me A Light?
A Traffic Light: Don't Cross Till The Light Changes.
The Aspect In Which A Thing Appears Or Is Regarded: Try To Look At The Situation In A More Cheerful Light.
The State Of Being Visible, Exposed To View, Or Revealed To Public Notice Or Knowledge; Limelight: Stardom Has Placed Her In The Light.
A Person Who Is An Outstanding Leader, Celebrity, Or Example; Luminary: He Became One Of The Leading Lights Of Restoration Drama.
A Gleam Or Sparkle, As In The Eyes.
A Measure Or Supply Of Light; Illumination: The Wall Cuts Off Our Light.
Spiritual Illumination Or Awareness; Enlightenment.
Mental Insight; Understanding.
The Information, Ideas, Or Mental Capacities Possessed: To Act According To One's Lights.
As adjective [light·er, light·est.]
Having Light Or Illumination; Bright; Well-lighted: The Lightest Room In The Entire House.
Pale, Whitish, Or Not Deep Or Dark In Color: A Light Blue.
(of Coffee Or Tea) Containing Enough Milk Or Cream To Produce A Light Color.
As verb (used with object) [light·ed, lit, light·ing.]
To Set Burning, As A Candle, Lamp, Fire, Match, Or Cigarette; Kindle; Ignite.
To Turn Or Switch On (an Electric Light): One Flick Of The Master Switch Lights All The Lamps In The Room.
To Give Light To; Furnish With Light Or Illumination: The Room Is Lighted By Two Large Chandeliers.
To Make (an Area Or Object) Bright With Or As If With Light (often Followed By Up): Hundreds Of Candles Lighted Up The Ballroom.
To Cause (the Face, Surroundings, Etc.) To Brighten, Especially With Joy, Animation, Or The Like (often Followed By Up): A Smile Lit Up Her Face. Her Presence Lighted Up The Room.
To Guide Or Conduct With A Light: A Candle To Light You To Bed.
As verb (used without object) [light·ed, lit, light·ing.]
To Take Fire Or Become Kindled: The Damp Wood Refused To Light.
To Ignite A Cigar, Cigarette, Or Pipe For Purposes Of Smoking (usually Followed By Up): He Took Out A Pipe And Lighted Up Before Speaking.
To Become Illuminated When Switched On: This Table Lamp Won't Light.
To Become Bright, As With Light Or Color (often Followed By Up): The Sky Lights Up At Sunset.
To Brighten With Animation Or Joy, As The Face Or Eyes (often Followed By Up).
To Discover Or Reveal: The Excavations Brought To Light The Remnants Of An Ancient Civilization.
To Be Discovered Or Revealed: Some Previously Undiscovered Letters Have Lately Come To Light.
To Conceal Or Suppress One's Talents Or Successes.
Under Favorable (or Unfavorable) Circumstances: She Worshiped Him, But Then She'd Only Seen Him In A Good Light.
Taking Into Account; Because Of; Considering: It Was Necessary To Review The Decision In The Light Of Recent Developments.
A Prospect Of Success, Relief, Or Redemption: We Haven't Solved The Problem Yet, But We're Beginning To See Light At The End Of The Tunnel.
To Clarify; Clear Up: His Deathbed Confession Threw Light On A Mystery Of Long Standing.
The Comparative Darkness Caused By The Interception Or Screening Of Rays Of Light From An Object, Place, Or Area.
A Place Or An Area Of Comparative Darkness, As One Sheltered From The Sun.
A Secluded Or Obscure Place: He Was Living In The Shades.
A Specter Or Ghost.
One Of The Spirits Of The Dead Inhabiting Hades.
The Degree Of Darkness Of A Color, Determined By The Quantity Of Black Or By The Lack Of Illumination.
Comparative Darkness, As The Effect Of Shadow Or Dark And Light, In Pictorial Representation; The Dark Part, Or A Dark Part, Of A Picture Or Drawing.
A Slight Variation Or Degree: A Shade Of Difference.
A Little Bit; Touch, Especially Of Something That May Change The Color Of Or Lighten Or Darken Something Else: Coffee With A Shade Of Cream.
Anything Used For Protection Against Excessive Light, Heat, Etc.
(in Architectural Shades And Shadows) A Shadow Upon Those Parts Of A Solid That Are Tangent To Or Turned Away From The Parallel Rays From The Theoretical Light Source.
Hades, As The Abode Of The Spirits Of The Dead.
As verb (used with object) [shad·ed, shad·ing.]
To Produce Shade In Or On.
To Obscure, Dim, Or Darken.
To Screen Or Hide From View.
To Protect (something) From Light, Heat, Etc., By Or As By A Screen: To Shade The Eyes From A Bright Light.
To Cover Or Screen (a Candle, Light, Etc.): To Shade A Light To Protect The Eyes.
To Change By Imperceptible Degrees Into Something Else.
To Reduce (the Price) By Way Of A Concession.
To Insult, Criticize, Or Disrespect (a Person Or Thing) In An Indirect, Artful Manner: He Got Into A Fight With Someone Who Shaded His Mom.
As verb (used without object) [shad·ed, shad·ing.]
To Pass Or Change By Slight Graduations, As One Color, Quality, Or Thing Into Another.
To Take Shelter (as Livestock) From The Sun.
To Make Another Person's Efforts Seem Insignificant By Comparison; Surpass: Her Playing Puts Mine In The Shade.
To Insult, Criticize, Or Disrespect A Person Or Thing In An Indirect, Artful Manner:He Threw Some Shade At His Former Boss.
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