English version

candlelight

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcandlelightcan‧dle‧light /ˈkændl-laɪt/ noun [uncountable]  LIGHTthe gentle light produced when a candle burns The jewels sparkled in the candlelight.by candlelight We ate by candlelight.
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candlelighta candlelight dinnerI remember, that evening, obsessively re-reading the letter by candlelight.Lee saw Anthea's eyes glittering blackly in the dancing candlelight, her chin drawn up in defiance or outrage.Her lovely face in the candlelight, the soft pitch of her voice as she sang him to sleep.And a multitude of stuffed owls, peering through the candlelight, would mutely rebuke stuffed shirts.The candlelight had taken his cheap suit and made it over in some priceless fabric.Continental breakfast weekdays; candlelight brunch weekends.by candlelightWe read by candlelight.
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