A glass window or sheet is called a glazer.
Meanings of LIGHT
A natural way to stimulate the eyes and make things visible.
An expression in a person's eyes that indicates a particular emotion or mood.
Understand mysterious problems or lighting.
Areas of a place that are lighter or lighter than the surroundings.
A device that burns something, for example. B. Match, match or flame
Light is allowed to enter the walls through windows or holes.
An unusual or unusual person in a particular area of activity or place.
Provide lighting or turn on the lighting.
Let's start burning (something).
Having enough or enough natural light is not dark.
Easy is not difficult.
Neither built nor heavily constructed.
Relatively low density, quantity or intensity.
(Food or beverages) in small quantities and easy to digest.
Soft or sharp
Sentences of LIGHT
The light of wisdom entered your eyes
He saw the sun rise on the woman's face
The sun shines in the natural light of your hair
He asked me for light
The room has a wide bay with tin lamps
Mild liberalism like the historian Golden Smith
The room was lit by a small light
Allen took a stick and lit a fire
The rooms are spacious and bright
Synonyms of LIGHT
thin, ignite, authority, glow, easy to lift, skimpy, dazzle, shining, pastel-coloured, source of fire, full of light, set burning, viewpoint, luminescence, come up with, entertaining, undimmed, small, gentle, diverting, interpretation, soft, leader, aspect, modest, flame, dainty, illumination, gleaming, start