tail-light

tail-light
noun (the (usually red) light on the back of a car, train etc: He followed the tail-lights of the bus.) luz trasera
tail-light
tr['teɪllaɪt]
noun
1 luz nombre femenino trasera, piloto
['teɪllaɪt]
N (US) piloto m , luz f trasera, calavera f (Mex)

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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  • tail light — tail lamp or tail light noun (esp N American) A usu red light carried at the back of a train, tram, car or other vehicle • • • Main Entry: ↑tail * * * tail light UK US noun [countable] [singular tail light …   Useful english dictionary

  • tail|light — tail light, or tail|light «TAYL LYT», noun. a warning light, usually red, at the rear of a car, truck, train, or other vehicle …   Useful english dictionary

  • tail light — n one of the two red lights at the back of a vehicle …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • tail light — tail ,light noun count one of the red lights on either side of the back of a vehicle …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • tail light — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms tail light : singular tail light plural tail lights one of the red lights on either side of the back of a vehicle …   English dictionary

  • tail-light — tail lights also taillight N COUNT The tail lights on a car or other vehicle are the two red lights at the back. She stood watching the car s tail lights disappear down the drive. Syn: rear light …   English dictionary

  • tail light — (also tail lamp) noun a red light at the rear of a vehicle …   English new terms dictionary

  • tail-light — /ˈteɪl laɪt/ (say tayl luyt) noun a light, usually red, at the rear of a motor vehicle, train, etc. Also, tail lamp …   Australian-English dictionary

  • tail light — The red rear light that illuminates as soon as the lights are switched on, to show your vehicle to those behind you …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • tail·light — /ˈteılˌlaıt/ noun, pl lights [count] : a red light at the back of a vehicle …   Useful english dictionary

  • tail light — lamp located in the rear of an automobile …   English contemporary dictionary

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