English version

table lamp

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtable lampˈtable ˌlamp noun [countable]  a small electric lamp that you put on a table or other piece of furniture
Examples from the Corpus
table lampThis doctor had no projector, no screen, but had a table lamp to which I could hold up the slides.She reached over and turned on a table lamp.I sat down and he turned on a table lamp.The lacquered fibreboard coffee table above costs £20, the metal and glass table lamp £17.70.The room was half dark; only the little table lamp was on beside the bed, with its orange parchment shade.He had asked the questions at every interrogation but always from behind the sanctuary of a powerful table lamp.She could put it beside the wooden table lamp on the cupboard by the door.
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