/ˈlæmpʃeɪd/ (say 'lampshayd)

a covering, often decorative, to diffuse or concentrate the light of a lamp.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • lampshade — [[t]læ̱mpʃeɪd[/t]] lampshades N COUNT A lampshade is a covering that is fitted round or over an electric light bulb in order to protect it or decorate it, or to make the light less harsh. Syn: shade …   English dictionary

  • lampshade — /lamp shayd /, n. a shade, usually translucent or opaque, for shielding the glare of a light source in a lamp or for directing the light to a particular area. [1840 50; LAMP + SHADE] * * * …   Universalium

  • lampshade — noun /ˈlæmp.ʃeɪd/ A cover over a lamp to either diffuse the light or to block it in certain directions so it doesnt cause glare by shining directly in ones eyes …   Wiktionary

  • lampshade — lamp|shade [ˈlæmpʃeıd] n a cover fixed over a ↑light bulb for decoration and in order to reduce or direct its light …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • lampshade — lamp|shade [ læmp,ʃeıd ] noun count a cover attached over a light to make it less bright …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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