Ant. to disobey obedience n послушание, повиновение, покорность, е.g. Parents demand obedience from their children.
Ant. disobedience obedientadj послушный, покорный, е.g. Не is an obedient boy. The children have been obedient today.
Ant. disobedient, naughty[of a child) 5. lightn свет, освещение, as sunlight, daylight, moonlight, gas light, electric light, е.g. The sun gives light to the earth. I got up before light. The light began to fail. Lights were burning in every room. Bring a light quickly! We saw the lights of the city. Look at the matter in the right light.
Ant darkness by the light of smth. при свете чего-л.
to stand in smb.'s light загораживать кому-л. свет; (fig) мешать кому-л., стоять у кого-л. на дороге
to throw (shed) light on smth. проливать свет на что-л. е.g. These facts shed (a) new light on the matter.
to put (switch, turn) on (off) the light зажигать (гасить) свет
to give smb. a light дать прикурить, e. д. Give me a light, please.
to come to light обнаруживаться, выявляться, е.g. New evidence has recently come to light.
Light at the end of the tunnel свет в конце туннеля, е.g. As the exams approached, she felt that at last she could see the light at the end of the tunnel.
light adj светлый, as a light room, a light day; light hair, a light complexion; light brown (blue, green, grey, etc.)
to get light светать, е.g. It gets light very early these summer mornings.
light (lit or lighted) υt/i 1. зажигать(ся), as to light a lamp (a candle, a fire), е.g. He lit a lamp. Please light the stove.
to light a cigarette закурить
Ant. turn off (the gas), blow out (a candle), put out (a fire)
2. освещать (up), е.g. The streets were brightly lit up. The room was lighted by six windows. Our houses are lighted by electricity. The burning building lit up the whole district. The rising sun lit up the mountain tops.