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Detailed Translations for light from English to Spanish

light:

Conjugations for light:

present
  1. light
  2. light
  3. lights
  4. light
  5. light
  6. light
simple past
  1. lit
  2. lit
  3. lit
  4. lit
  5. lit
  6. lit
present perfect
  1. have lit
  2. have lit
  3. has lit
  4. have lit
  5. have lit
  6. have lit
past continuous
  1. was lighting
  2. were lighting
  3. was lighting
  4. were lighting
  5. were lighting
  6. were lighting
future
  1. shall light
  2. will light
  3. will light
  4. shall light
  5. will light
  6. will light
continuous present
  1. am lighting
  2. are lighting
  3. is lighting
  4. are lighting
  5. are lighting
  6. are lighting
subjunctive
  1. be lit
  2. be lit
  3. be lit
  4. be lit
  5. be lit
  6. be lit
diverse
  1. light!
  2. let's light!
  3. lit
  4. lighting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

light [the ~] noun

  1. the light (little light)
    la luz; la lámpara; el punto luminoso; el faro
  2. the light
    – A property in graphic design software that makes objects visible, much like light in the natural world. 1
    la luz
    • luz [la ~] noun

Translation Matrix for light:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
afilar grinding; polishing
alumbrar strike
alzar holding up; putting up
amanecer aurora; bowl; cup; dawn; daybreak; early morning; early morning hours; peep of day
atrevido boast; boasting; bold; brag; bragging; bravado; brazen hussy; daredevil; swank; tall talk
clarear lighting up
claro brightness; clearness; lucidity; luminosity
conectar attaching; connecting; coupling; docking; linking; making a match; pandering; procuring
faro light; little light headlight; illumination equipment; lantern; lighthouse
levantar holding up; putting up; raising; throwing up
llano level
luz light; little light brightness; clearness; flash; flicker; flickering; glint; glittering; illumination equipment; light signal; lucidity; luminosity; see the light; shine; small fire; sparkle
lámpara light; little light brightness; clearness; illumination equipment; lamp; lucidity; luminosity
punto luminoso light; little light bright spot; illumination equipment; patch of light
pícaro bastard; cad; criminal; delinquent; evil-doer; jackanapes; malefactor; naughty boy; naughty child; offender; perpetrator; queer chap; queer fellow; rascal; rogue; scoundrel; slyboots; villain; wag
- brightness; brightness level; igniter; ignitor; illumination; light source; lighter; lighting; lightness; luminance; luminosity; luminousness; spark; sparkle; twinkle; visible light; visible radiation
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
acentuar connect; light; put on; start; switch on; turn on accentuate; emphasise; emphasize; encourage; motivate; stimulate; stress; tear; underline; urge on
aclarar light; light up; lighten; shine; shine on; shine upon bail out; bale out; become thin; chop away; chop off; clarify; decimate; deplete; elucidate; enlighten; exemplify; explain; expound; hew away; illustrate; light out; make clear; make explicit; make something accessible; make something clear; spotlight; thin out; throw light on
afilar connect; light; put on; start; switch on; turn on encourage; grind; grind off; motivate; point; sharpen; stimulate; strop; whet
alumbrar light; light up; lighten; shine; shine on; shine upon bore; clarify; drill; enlighten; light out; spotlight; throw light upon
alzar get a lighter shade of colour; light; light up; lighten; lighten up; shine up absorb; acquire; add; add to; append; arise; ascend; be off; be on the upgrade; become higher; become larger; border; bristle; charge; cheat; clearly define; climb; con; define; demarcate; draw up; edge; empty the mailbox; enhance; exchange; fence; fence in; fence off; fix; flare up; fly up; get away; get the hang of; go up; go upward; grow; gull; heave; heighten; hoist; increase; interchange; join; lap up; learn; levy; lift; lift up; light a cigaret; map out; mark out; mount; outline; pick up; put up; raise; redevelop; remedy; renew; renovate; restore; resume; rise; rise to the surface; send up in flames; set alight; sip up; spoof; start; stick up; study; swap; swindle; take in; take off; take up; trace out; trade; trick; turn up
amanecer get a lighter shade of colour; light; light up; lighten; lighten up; shine up accuse; beam; blame; border; break; call upon; cheat; chirp; clearly define; con; dawn; define; demarcate; discredit; dun; edge; exhort; fence; fence in; fence off; flare; flicker; give off light; glimmer; gull; hold against; hold it against s.o.; map out; mark out; move house; outline; radiate; rebuke; remove; reprimand; reproach; resent; shimmer; shine; sparkle; spoof; summon; swindle; trace out; trick; twinkle; vibrate
clarear get a lighter shade of colour; light; light up; lighten; lighten up accuse; beam; blame; cheat; clearly define; con; define; demarcate; discredit; fence; fence in; fence off; flare; flicker; give off light; hold against; map out; mark out; outline; radiate; rebuke; reprimand; reproach; shimmer; shine; sparkle; swindle; trace out; twinkle; vibrate
clarecer get a lighter shade of colour; light; light up; lighten; lighten up clearly define; define; demarcate; fence; fence in; fence off; lighten; map out; mark out; outline; trace out
conectar connect; light; put on; start; switch on; turn on attach; connect; couple; join; link; link up; make a match; pander; put through; unite
ecender las luces ignite; inflame; kindle; light; put on
elucidar light; light up; lighten; shine; shine on; shine upon clarify; enlighten; explain; light out; make clear; make explicit; spotlight
encender ignite; inflame; kindle; light; make burning; put on; put on the fire; set fire to; strike acquire; aggravate; arouse; bait; encourage; encourage someone; get the hang of; incite; inspire; instigate; learn; motivate; motivate someone; pick up; provoke; put someone on to something; send up in flames; set alight; stimulate; stir up; study; switch on; turn on; urge
engordar connect; light; put on; start; switch on; turn on bulge out; encourage; fatten; feed; motivate; sag; stimulate
enlucir get a lighter shade of colour; light; light up; lighten; lighten up; shine up parget; plaster; stucco
entornar connect; light; put on; start; switch on; turn on aggravate; encourage; encourage someone; incite; inspire; motivate; motivate someone; stimulate
iluminar light; light up; lighten; shine; shine on; shine upon blush; clarify; enlighten; flush; glow; illuminate; light out; pull out; shine light on; spotlight; take out; throw light upon; turn red; undo; unpick
incendiar ignite; inflame; kindle; light; make burning; put on the fire; set fire to; strike burn; burn down; burn loose; burn out; burn to a cinder; burn up; fire; flare up; send up in flames; set alight; take fire
levantar light; light up; shine up arrange; ascend; be off; be on the upgrade; become higher; become larger; bristle; build; charge; clearly define; climb; define; demarcate; draw up; elevate; empty the mailbox; encourage; enhance; erect; establish; exchange; fence; fence in; fence off; fix; flare up; fly up; get away; go up; go upward; grow; hasten; haul in; heave; heighten; hoist; hold up; hurry; hurry up; increase; interchange; keep up; let free; let go; levy; lift; lift up; lighten; map out; mark out; motivate; mount; move house; outline; pull oneself up; pull up; put upright; raise; redevelop; remedy; renew; renovate; resume; rise; rise to the surface; rush; send up in flames; set alight; set up; start; stick up; stimulate; swap; take off; throw upward; toss in the air; toss up; trace out; trade
poner en marcha connect; light; put on; start; switch on; turn on begin; boot; encourage; enter into; initiate; motivate; set; start; start off; start up; stimulate; switch on; take on; turn on
prender fuego a ignite; inflame; kindle; light; make burning; set fire to; strike
prender la luz ignite; inflame; kindle; light; put on
robar con engaño light; light up; shine up cheat; clearly define; con; define; demarcate; fence; fence in; fence off; gull; map out; mark out; outline; spoof; swindle; trace out; trick
sacar brillo get a lighter shade of colour; light; light up; lighten; lighten up doll up; dress up
- alight; dismount; fall; fire up; get down; get off; ignite; illume; illuminate; illumine; light up; perch; unhorse
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- abstemious; calorie-free; clean; clear; easy; faint; idle; light-colored; light-headed; lightheaded; lightsome; lite; loose; low-cal; promiscuous; scant; short; sluttish; swooning; tripping; unaccented; unclouded; wakeful; wanton; weak
AdverbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- lightly
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- daylight; ignite; lighting; loose; mellow; set fire to; set light to; set...fire
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
atrevido frivolous; light audacious; bold; brave; courageous; daredevil; daring; dauntless; fearless; foolhardy; heroic; heroical; ill-mannered; impertinent; inconsiderate; intrepid; light-headed; overconfident; presumptuous; rash; reckless; sanguine; temerarious; thoughtless; undaunted; valiant; without fear
claro light; not dark absolute; actual; acute; apparently; as clear as plain day-light; as plain as day; biting; blank; blunt; bright; clarifying; clean; clear; clear as daylight; clear-cut; clever; cloudless; comprehended; comprehensible; cooked; crude; directly; discernible; distinct; done; downright; evident; explicit; fair; fathomed; flagrant; frank; genuine; graphic; honest; identifiable; in truth; indeed; intelligible; it's true; keen; luminous; manifest; naturally; obvious; obviously; of course; off colour; open; openly; outspoken; overt; pale; plain; pure; real; really; recognisable; recognizable; sharp-minded; sharpwitted; sincere; square; straight; straightforward; to be sure; transparent; truly; unadulterated; unambiguous; unburdened; unclouded; understandable; understood; unequivocal; unfinished; unmistakable; unmixed; unvarnished; washed out; without doubt
frívolo frivolous; light casual; cursory; flighty; flippant; foolhardy; frivolous; gay; inconsiderate; light-headed; light-hearted; overconfident; perfunctory; playful; rash; reckless; shallow; superficial; thoughtless
fácil light; not dark as a child; common; easily; easy; effortless; free; freely; not difficult; not hard; ordinarily; ordinary; plain; simple; unaffected; uncomplicated
leve light; not dark soft
ligeramente light butterfly-like; flappy; like a butterfly; somewhat; to some degree; to some extent
ligero light; light as a feather; not dark airy; cool; diluted; featherweight; fleet of foot; flighty; flippant; fresh; fribble; frivolous; frothy; gay; light-footed; light-hearted; lightweight; loose; nimble; quick; shallow
ligero como una pluma light; light as a feather
llano light common; lying low; ordinarily; ordinary; plain; unaffected
luminoso light; not dark brilliant; glorious; highly gifted; luminous; phosphorescent; radiant; shining; splendid
pícaro frivolous; light boy-like; boyish; mischievous; naughty; playful; rascally; waggish

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Related Definitions for "light":

  1. characterized by or emitting light2
    • a room that is light when the shutters are open2
    • the inside of the house was airy and light2
  2. casual and unrestrained in sexual behavior2
    • he was told to avoid loose (or light) women2
  3. (used of color) having a relatively small amount of coloring agent2
    • light blue2
    • light colors such as pastels2
  4. (used of soil) loose and large-grained in consistency2
    • light soil2
  5. (of sleep) easily disturbed2
    • in a light doze2
    • a light sleeper2
  6. demanding little effort; not burdensome2
    • light housework2
    • light exercise2
  7. having relatively few calories2
    • light (or lite) beer2
    • lite (or light) mayonnaise2
  8. easily assimilated in the alimentary canal; not rich or heavily seasoned2
    • a light diet2
  9. of comparatively little physical weight or density2
    • a light load2
    • magnesium is a light metal--having a specific gravity of 1.74 at 20 degrees C2
  10. designed for ease of movement or to carry little weight2
    • light aircraft2
    • a light truck2
  11. psychologically light; especially free from sadness or troubles2
    • a light heart2
  12. not great in degree or quantity or number2
    • a light sentence2
    • a light accent2
    • casualties were light2
    • light snow was falling2
    • light misty rain2
    • light smoke from the chimney2
  13. (physics, chemistry) not having atomic weight greater than average2
    • light water is ordinary water2
  14. of little intensity or power or force2
    • the light touch of her fingers2
    • a light breeze2
  15. moving easily and quickly; nimble2
    • the dancer was light and graceful2
    • walked with a light tripping step2
  16. of the military or industry; using (or being) relatively small or light arms or equipment2
    • light infantry2
    • light cavalry2
    • light industry2
    • light weapons2
  17. (of sound or color) free from anything that dulls or dims2
    • a light lilting voice like a silver bell2
  18. silly or trivial2
    • light banter2
    • light idle chatter2
  19. intended primarily as entertainment; not serious or profound2
    • light verse2
    • a light comedy2
  20. having little importance2
    • losing his job was no light matter2
  21. (used of vowels or syllables) pronounced with little or no stress2
    • a syllable that ends in a short vowel is a light syllable2
  22. less than the correct or legal or full amount often deliberately so2
    • a light pound2
  23. marked by temperance in indulgence2
    • a light eater2
    • a light smoker2
    • ate a light supper2
  24. very thin and insubstantial2
    • light summer dresses2
  25. weak and likely to lose consciousness2
    • felt light in the head2
  26. with few burdens2
    • experienced travellers travel light2
  27. any device serving as a source of illumination2
    • he stopped the car and turned off the lights2
  28. a device for lighting or igniting fuel or charges or fires2
    • do you have a light?2
  29. the visual effect of illumination on objects or scenes as created in pictures2
    • he could paint the lightest light and the darkest dark2
  30. merriment expressed by a brightness or gleam or animation of countenance2
  31. the quality of being luminous; emitting or reflecting light2
  32. public awareness2
    • it brought the scandal to light2
  33. mental understanding as an enlightening experience2
    • he finally saw the light2
    • can you shed light on this problem?2
  34. a particular perspective or aspect of a situation2
    • although he saw it in a different light, he still did not understand2
  35. a visual warning signal2
    • they saw the light of the beacon2
    • there was a light at every corner2
  36. an illuminated area2
    • he stepped into the light2
  37. a person regarded very fondly2
    • the light of my life2
  38. (physics) electromagnetic radiation that can produce a visual sensation2
    • the light was filtered through a soft glass window2
  39. having abundant light or illumination2
    • they played as long as it was light2
  40. a condition of spiritual awareness; divine illumination2
    • follow God's light2
  41. make lighter or brighter2
    • This lamp lightens the room a bit2
  42. begin to smoke2
    • After the meal, some of the diners lit up2
  43. alight from (a horse)2
  44. to come to rest, settle2
    • Misfortune lighted upon him2
  45. fall to somebody by assignment or lot2
  46. cause to start burning; subject to fire or great heat2
  47. A property in graphic design software that makes objects visible, much like light in the natural world.1

Wiktionary Translations for light:

light
adjective
  1. low in fat, calories, alcohol, salt, etc.
  2. of low weight
  3. coffee: served with extra milk or cream
  4. pale in colour
  5. having light
verb
  1. to illuminate
  2. to start (a fire)
noun
  1. flame or something used to create fire
  2. spiritual truth
    • lightluz
  3. source of light
    • lightluz
  4. electromagnetic wave
    • lightluz

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
light leve; ligero licht — van een gewicht
light luz licht — Elektromagnetische golven
light encender aanmaken — doen branden
light luz Licht — Helligkeit
light alumbrado Licht — allgemeine Beleuchtung
light alumbrado Licht — künstliche Beleuchtung
light encender anzündenetwas anzünden: etwas zum brennen bringen; etwas in Brand setzen
light claro hell — Farblehre: Eine Farbe mit hohem Weißanteil
light luminoso; claro hell — leuchtend, nicht dunkel
light ligero; liviano; de poco peso leicht — ein geringes Gewicht habend
light luminoso; claro licht — leuchtend
light encender; prender allumer — Enflammer
light alumbrar allumer — Faire la lumière à l’aide d’une lampe
light claro clair — Qui a l’éclat du jour, de la lumière.
light inflamar; encender enflammermettre en flamme.
light débil; flojo faiblepersonne qui manquer de puissance, de ressources.
light afilado; agudo; acerbo; acre; sutil; chistoso; ocurrente; ingenioso; fino findélié, menu, mince ou étroit.
light luz lumière — physique|fr radiation électromagnétique qui peut produire une sensation visuelle.
light ligero; leve léger — Dont le poids est faible, qui ne pèse guère.
light alumbrar; iluminar; explicar éclairerapporter de la lumière dans un endroit sombre.

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