droplight


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droplight

1. An electric lamp suspended from the ceiling on a flexible cord.
2. An electric lamp, sometimes protected by a wire guard, etc., on the end of a flexible cord; used as a portable work light.
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Example: a sofa that doubles up as a guest bed or dining banquette; a dining table that also functions as a study or work table (and so a droplight or a work light and an electrical outlet adjacent to the table are needed); a side table that can serve as a tray table for dining or writing; or an entertainment cabinet that has ample cabinets and drawers for living, dining, or working stuff.
Then we both noticed the droplights swaying, "Oh my God, there's an earthquake!" It was a good thing we were just on the ground floor.
Its iconic architecture, the mesmerizing chandeliers with 3,068 droplights at the main lobby, its notable art pieces and rich heritage provide delegates and event attendees with a glimpse into Filipino culture and history.
Industria Home's droplights express the leaf pattern through spindles of polished brass that are set in a rigid, and uncharacteristic yet effective, linear pattern.
Chandeliers can showcase a living room, while droplights can illuminate a dining table.