Translation for 'lamp post' from English to Russian
NOUN1   a lamp-post | lamp-posts
NOUN2   a lamp post | lamp posts
фонарный столб {м}lamp post
Partial Matches
лампа {ж}lamp
биомикроскоп {м}
slit lamp
щелевая лампа {ж}
slit lamp 
наблюдательный пункт {м}
observation post
столб {м}post [pole]
постсоветский {adj}
почтовое отделение {с}post office <PO>
система {ж} относительного / простого большинства
first-past-the-post system
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Usage Examples English
  • There is a lamp post from the Vansittart farm on the property.
  • In the year 1956, while resident at number 15 The Villas, Stokeville, an estate of 24 Victorian houses in Stoke-upon-Trent, he received publicity in the national press when he chained himself to an old metal lamp-post, in protest at its planned removal.
  • In 2014 in Spain a person died when they were urinating on a lamp post and they received an electric shock.
  • Opposition to the street lamps was strong, and the effigy of an active promoter of it was carried on an ass round the village and hung on a lamp-post, and but for police interference would have been burned.
  • In 2007, Lamp Post Inc. obtained full rights to all Alias and Cross Culture properties, placing them under its label.

  • The "reverse" cover shows a mock-up of an accident site, with some flowers tied to a lamp post - it is not a picture of a real accident site.
  • The middle third of the novel features the creation of the Narnia world by Aslan the lion, centred on a section of a lamp-post brought by accidental observers from London in 1900.
  • Classic materials and a mural of glazed ceramics by Gilbert Poissant evoke the architecture of the surrounding neighbourhood, as does a Borough of Outremont lamp post at the foot of the stairs to one platform.
  • He collided with a concrete lamp-post while skating near his home on 3 August 2004 and suffered a skull fracture that caused a coma.
  • Protestant residents claimed the trouble started when Catholics removed a wreath from a lamp-post.

  • The ‘Butter Cross’ or ‘Market Cross’ at the junction of Cross Street and High Street is mediaeval in origin and was converted into a lamp post in the early 1800s.
  • On the genuine $100 bill, for example, the left base vertical line of the lamp post near the figure on the reverse of the $100 note is weak.
  • was published by Lamp Post, Inc., released as both a perfect-bound paperback edition and also as a Kindle e-book.
  • Similarly, most libraries had a lamp post or lantern installed near the entrance, meant as a symbol of enlightenment.
  • The first, by the Manx artist Amanda Barton, is in Douglas, Isle of Man, and shows him leaning on a lamp-post and dressed in the motorcycle leathers of a TT racer.

  • Both bridges are made of concrete and steel and are dual-carriageway; Instead of traditional lamp post lighting, Kings Avenue Bridge was illuminated by a series of fluorescent tubes on the handrails, a concept known as "integral lighting".
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