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floodlight in Daily life topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishldoce_109_bfloodlightflood‧light /ˈflʌdlaɪt/ noun [countable]  TDa very bright light that is used to light the outside of a building or sports ground at night The church was lit up by floodlights.under floodlights The game will be played under floodlights.
Examples from the Corpus
floodlightThe bright beam of a floodlight sprang out and flickered up and down the length of our vessel, examining us.This does not necessarily mean you have to go to the extent of bringing in high-power floodlights together with their attendant supply-cables.They were brought up on Deepdale plastic, gleaming under powerful floodlights.We are the peeping toms focusing on her daughter's floodlight naked body, suspended shimmering from a swing.Every detail was picked out by the floodlights mounted high up on the walls behind protective grilles.Under the floodlights his full mouth and his eyes seemed to gleam.The floodlight outside - harsh and white - lit her like she was on stage.Kirov glanced casually at a pair of tripod cameras and an umbrella floodlight.under floodlightsThis was staged in the evening under floodlights on a football pitch.