Word: lanterns

Category: lanterns

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Translations: lanterns

spanish
linternas, faroles, farolillos, las linternas, linternas de


german
laternen

french
lanternes, des lanternes, les lanternes, fanaux, de lanternes

italian
lanterne, fanali, lanterne di, le lanterne, fanali di

portuguese
lanternas, lanternas de, faróis, faróis de, as lanternas

dutch
lantaarns, navigatielantaarns, de lantaarns, lantaarns van

russian
фонари, фонарики, фонарей, фонарями

norwegian
lanterner, lykter, lyktene

swedish
lyktor, lanternor, infravärmare, lanternorna

finnish
lyhdyt, lyhtyjä, lyhtyjen

danish
lanterner, signallygter, lygter

czech
lucerny, svítilny, lampióny, Lampionky

polish
latarnie, lampiony, Latarnia, latarniami, latarni

hungarian
lámpák, lámpás, lámpások, lámpákat, jelzőlámpák

turkish
fenerler, fener, Lanterns, fenerleri

greek
φανάρια, φανών, φανοί, φανούς, φαναράκια

ukrainian
ліхтарі

albanian
fenerë, fenerë të

bulgarian
фенери, фенерите, фенера, Улични лампи

belarusian
ліхтары

estonian
laternad, laternate, laterna, laternaid

croatian
svjetiljke, lampioni, lanterne, lampiona

icelandic
ljósker

lithuanian
žibintai, žibintų, žibintų atsparumo, žibintais, žibintuose

latvian
laternas, laternām, lukturis, Aizmugures, lukturi

macedonian
фенери, фенер, светилки, светилките

romanian
felinare, lanterne, felinare de, lanterne de, felinarele

slovenian
luči, lučeh, svetilke, lanterne

slovak
lucerny, lampióny, lampy, lampáše, lampáša

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The meaning and "use of": lanterns

noun
  • a lamp with a transparent case protecting the flame or electric bulb, and typically having a handle by which it can be carried or hung.
  • a square, curved, or polygonal structure on the top of a dome or a room, with the sides glazed or open, so as to admit light.

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