Expresiones con la palabra “luz”

light-bulb-shapes
  • A buena luz: thoughtfully, after some reflection.
  • A la luz de: in light of.
  • A primera luz: at first light, at the break of dawn.
  • A todas luces:  to do something with confidence and certainty.
  • Bombilla, bombita: light bulb.
  • Brillar con luz propia: to stand out on your own, to succeed.
  • Corte de luz: power outage.
  • Dar a luz: to give birth.
  • Foco: light bulb.
  • La luz de sus ojos: to be the apple of someone’s eyes.
  • Luz artificial: artificial light.
  • Luz eléctrica: electricity.
  • Luz mala: phenomenon caused by decomposing bones, but according to folk tales and superstition this light belongs to the wandering spirits of tortured souls.
  • Luz natural: natural light.
  • Luz solar: sunlight.
  • Luces y sombras: the good and the bad of a situation, the ying and the yang.
  • Sacar a la luz: to make something public, to air someone’s dirty laundry.
  • Salir a la luz: to become public knowledge, to be discovered.
  • Ser corto de luces: to be dim-witted, to not be sharpest tool in the shed.
  • Ser una luz: to be very smart, brilliant.
  • Tener luz verde: to have approval to begin a project or task.
  • Tener pocas luces: to be dim-witted, to not be sharpest tool in the shed.
  • Ver la luz: to see the light, to be born, to be launched or published.

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