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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Buildings, House
skylightsky‧light /ˈskaɪlaɪt/ noun [countable]  TBBDHHa window in the roof of a building
Examples from the Corpus
skylightIf the problem is occurring at a skylight, a single channel may solve it.I kept going up and down steps in search of a skylight.There was a raised dais at one end underneath a skylight, with a sort of bed on it.Far above there was a skylight of stained glass, its reds and yellows on fire with sunlight.I made storm shields for the big cabin windows and skylights.Half-dressed and short of breath, they lay side by side resentful of one another and the skylight above them.Television dishes, cooling towers, skylights.
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