see the light
to see the light
- I can see the light.
- Light the lantern so we can see.
- Without the light of the sun, we could see nothing.
- Switch on the light. I can't see anything.
- He got up to see if he had turned off the light in the kitchen.
- Your detailed explanation of the situation has let me see the light.
- Your advice has helped me see the light regarding my future.
- Deep water fish never see the light and live all their lives from the scraps that come from above.
- After having read the economic white paper, I am beginning to see the light on our financial standing.
- Now the Little House only saw the sun at noon, and didn't see the moon stars at night at all because light of the city were too bright.
- I had been at a loss as to what career to decide on, but your advice has helped me to see the light regarding my future.
- The light emitted from normal production lamps shall be red (see also note 4).
- When the layers have separated (see observation 7.3) transfer the light petroleum layer to another separating funnel (4.2.3).
- ‘Exterior light-emitting surfaces’, for a defined direction of observation, means the orthogonal projection of the surface of light emission in a plane perpendicular to the direction of observation (see drawing in Appendix 1).
- light from an external source (e.g. the sun, streetlights, or other bright objects) is reflected by the display surface into the driver’s eyes (see also glare above).