- n. The removable, light-emitting part of a fluorescent lamp
“Beadie walked immediately to the machine, not even waiting for the fluorescent tube to grudgingly light his way.”
“The Zhao family has lived in a few different flax factory apartments over the years, but all of them have been more or less the same: two rooms plus a kitchenette, cracked walls, a bare overhead fluorescent tube for light, and single-paned windows that rattle in the winter winds.”
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An extract from the "Zold Tolmacs" project, a HU-EN environmental dictionary compiled by Robert Gulyas in 2000.
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The universe as IKEA sees it.
Furniture, haberdashery, household articles and a lot more. The bulk of the list (750 entries) are IKEA articles in the original English version IKEA use...
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