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English - Turkish
(Teknoloji) Bkz. light
lite ply
hafif kontraplak
high lite
yüksek lite
torture lite
hafif işkence
English - English
Light in composition, notably low in fat, calories etc.:

His lite dinner consisted of crackers, some broccoli and a salad with lite ranch dressing.

Informal spelling of light

My favorite color is lite blue!.

few; little
A little, bit
To expect
Lacking substance or seriousness
To rely
Lite is used to describe foods or drinks that contain few calories or low amounts of sugar, fat, or alcohol. lite beer. lite yogurt. Having less substance or weight or fewer calories than something else: "lite music, shimmering on the surface and squishy soft at the core" (Mother Jones). used in the names of some food or drink products to mean that they have fewer calories or less fat than other similar products (LIGHT)
The industry's terminology for a pane of glass
Flat glass cut to specified size from continuous sheet of glass
Low in fat, calories, etc. Light
A space in a window sash for a single pane of glass Also, a pane of glass
Another term for a pane of glass used in a window Frequently spelled "light" in the industry, but spelled "lite" in this text to avoid confusion with light as in "visible light"
A unit of glass in a window
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A term used to describe an individual pane of glass in a sash
A window glass
li`qos, a stone; used chiefly in naming minerals and rocks
Refers to a single pane of glass or, in some cases, an entire glass unit (Ex: Kolbe & Kolbe “cutlite” refers either to individual panes of glass, or to individual insulating glass units One “lite” of a bow unit refers to one sash of the multi-sash unit )
A framed opening in a sash or door containing a pane of glass
a single piece of glass, monolithic or laminated
Simplified spelling of light
Lidar (Laser) In-space Technology Experiment (space-shuttle)
{s} being light in nature (especially as in weight or caloric value)
having relatively few calories; "diet cola"; "light (or lite) beer"; "lite (or light) mayonnaise"; "a low-cal diet"
Combining forms fr
used to form names of rocks and minerals
marriage lite
cohabitation; civil union; gay marriage
pendente lite
pending a legal suit in court

    Turkish pronunciation



    /ˈlīt/ /ˈlaɪt/


    () Variation of light (“light-weight, diet”)

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