track lighting

track lighting
noun Date: 1972 adjustable lamps mounted along an electrified metal track

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  • Track lighting — is a method of lighting where light fixtures are attached anywhere on a continuous track device which contains electrical conductors. This is as opposed to the routing of electrical wiring to individual light positions. Tracks can be mounted to… …   Wikipedia

  • track lighting — n. a method of lighting areas in a room with swiveled spotlights (track lights) that can be inserted variously along a narrow, electrified track …   English World dictionary

  • track lighting — noun : adjustable lamps mounted along an electrified metal track * * * noun [noncount] US : lights that are spaced along a bar or rod placed on a ceiling or wall We installed some track lighting in the kitchen. called also track lights …   Useful english dictionary

  • track lighting — track light. lighting for a room or other area in which individual spotlight fixtures are attached along a narrow, wall or ceiling mounted metal track through which current is conducted, permitting flexible positioning of the lights. [1970 75] *… …   Universalium

  • track lighting — track′ light ing n. elm an interior lighting system using spotlight fixtures along an electrified track attached to the wall or ceiling …   From formal English to slang

  • track lighting — noun A system of lightbulbs that affix movably to tracks …   Wiktionary

  • Track — or Tracks may refer to:In nature: * Animal tracks, imprints left on surfaces that an animal walk across * Trackway, an ancient route of travel or track used by animalsIn sport: * Track cycling, a bicycle racing sport usually held on specially… …   Wikipedia

  • Lighting — Not to be confused with lightning. For other uses, see lighting (disambiguation). Low intensity lighting and haze in a concert hall allows laser effects to be visible …   Wikipedia

  • lighting — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ bright, good, harsh, strong ▪ bad, low, poor ▪ dim, soft …   Collocations dictionary

  • track — {{11}}track (n.) late 15c., footprint, mark left by anything, from O.Fr. trac track of horses, trace (mid 15c.), possibly from a Germanic source (Cf. M.L.G. treck, Du. trek drawing, pulling; see TREK (Cf. trek)). Meaning lines of rails for… …   Etymology dictionary

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