- le malamalamadaylights
Noun(1) the time after sunrise and before sunset while it is light outside(2) light during the daytime
(1) I was awakened by the beams of daylight shining through the cabin window.(2) As daylight faded, fireflies started to spark high above in the canopy.(3) High above he could see daylight filtering through vegetation.(4) Brent Peters' men finally put some daylight between the two sides in the 90th minute.(5) I returned to the same spot at daylight and resumed where I left off.(6) Joe McCann and Sean McDermott continued to score vital baskets to keep daylight between the teams.(7) I returned at daylight(8) Plants were illuminated by natural daylight , supplemented by sodium lamps.(9) As it was, the darkness of night was beginning to give way to the gloaming before daylight .(10) He came with a weapon right in broad daylight in front of tourists.(11) their views on education are so close that it's difficult to see daylight between them(12) there were two hours of daylight left(13) Night passed and daylight began to creep over the horizon; the chirping of wild birds woke me.(14) Councillors agreed to restrict the use of the car park to daylight hours, with the gates being locked at 8pm each evening.(15) Soon there was enough daylight filtering in to see their way clearly.(16) Because we had only oil lamps for light I only worked during daylight hours.
(1) day light :: aso malamalama
1. natural light ::
le malamalama o le lalolagi
2. daytime ::
3. dawn ::
Different Formsdaylight, daylights
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