lamp : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  an artificial source of visible illumination
  • n  a piece of furniture holding one or more electric light bulbs

  • Can a lamp change the way you live? This elegant flower-shaped light harbors an eco-friendly secret: it monitors the overall energy usage in your household.
  • ULTRA LIGHT: Philips' new lamps use clusters of highly efficient lightemitting diodes and should last up to 20 years For Allard Bijlsma, that spells opportunity.
  • A bright eyed, tousled girl-child was seen to clamber up an iron lamp post in the Square of Julius Caesar at Milan last week.
News & Articles


  • Damon Hill in Independent
    I liken it to the Aladdin's cave: the genie says give me the lamp and Aladdin says get me out of the cave and I'll give you the lamp,Hill said. "You're in this constant cyclical thing whereby in order to get our plans implemented we need...
  • Manmohan Singh in BBC News
    Recalling his own childhood, Mr Singh, a qualified economist, said: "I read under the dim light of a kerosene lamp. I am what I am totally because of education."

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