Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A red light or one of a pair mounted on the rear end of a vehicle.

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  • noun One of a pair of red lights, mounted on the rear of a vehicle, so it can be seen from the rear at night.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun lamp (usually red) mounted at the rear of a motor vehicle

Etymologies

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tail +‎ light

Examples

  • I can't puzzle out the year on this car exactly, but items such as taillight lenses seem to point to 1970 or 1971.

    Jalopnik

  • I can't puzzle out the year on this car exactly, but items such as taillight lenses seem to point to 1970 or 1971.

    Jalopnik

  • The 'V' under the taillight was the symbol that the car had a V-8 engine in it. ");

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  • The 'V' under the taillight was the symbol that the car had a V-8 engine in it. ");

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  • This month you see plenty of CALAVERAS used in the festivities, but that is also the common Mexican word for a vehicle's taillight assembly.

    Trueque

  • This month you see plenty of CALAVERAS used in the festivities, but that is also the common Mexican word for a vehicle's taillight assembly.

    Trueque

  • This month you see plenty of CALAVERAS used in the festivities, but that is also the common Mexican word for a vehicle's taillight assembly.

    Trueque

  • This month you see plenty of CALAVERAS used in the festivities, but that is also the common Mexican word for a vehicle's taillight assembly.

    Trueque

  • This month you see plenty of CALAVERAS used in the festivities, but that is also the common Mexican word for a vehicle's taillight assembly.

    Trueque

  • This month you see plenty of CALAVERAS used in the festivities, but that is also the common Mexican word for a vehicle's taillight assembly.

    Trueque

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