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taillight

[ teyl-lahyt ]
/ ˈteɪlˌlaɪt /
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noun
a light, usually red, at the rear of an automobile, train, etc.
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Also called tail lamp .

Origin of taillight

First recorded in 1835–45; tail1 + light1
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British Dictionary definitions for taillight

tail-light

tail lamp


noun
other names for rear light
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