"to light up" translation into Spanish

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"to light up" in Spanish

EN to light up
volume_up
{verb}

1. general

to light up (also: to illuminate, to lighten)

2. "eyes, face"

to light up (also: to lighten)

3. "cigar, pipe"

to light up (also: to fire, to put on, to start, to turn on)
I arrived at ten to four and as I was entering, I saw my name light up.
He venido a las cuatro menos diez y, cuando estaba entrando en la sala, he visto que se encendía mi nombre.
to light up (also: to catch, to fasten, to light, to pin)

Context sentences for "to light up" in Spanish

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EnglishCurrently, light commercial vehicles make up around 12% of the fleet.
En la actualidad, los vehículos industriales ligeros constituyen alrededor del 12 % de la flota.
EnglishIt was then thought that smoking was normal and that any self-respecting man should light up a cigarette.
Se pensaba entonces que fumar era normal y que todo hombre respetable debía hacerlo.
EnglishI would insist, one of them was opening up the light and the other was enduring the shadows.
Insisto, uno abriendo la luz y otro soportando las tinieblas.
EnglishI would insist, one of them was opening up the light and the other was enduring the shadows.
Ambos dijeron que la libertad de expresión es el único derecho que separa la libertad de la tiranía.
EnglishOne of them opened up the light and the other suffered in the shadows.
Uno que abrió las luces y otro que sufrió las tinieblas.
EnglishI arrived at ten to four and as I was entering, I saw my name light up.
He venido a las cuatro menos diez y, cuando estaba entrando en la sala, he visto que se encendía mi nombre.
EnglishPress the H key to light up your next move.
Presione la tecla H para ver una sugerencia de movimiento.
EnglishIt only needs leadership and courage from you, Commissioner, to give the green light and to start up the process.
Solamente requieren liderazgo y valor por su parte, señor Comisario, para dar luz verde al proceso y ponerlo en marcha.
Englishit was starting to get light when we got up
cuando nos levantamos estaba aclarando
EnglishOne of these days there will be a puff of smoke, a loud bang and one of your Members will light up like a Christmas tree.
Cualquier día de estos saldrá humo, se oirá un estallido estrepitoso y uno de sus diputados se iluminará como un árbol de Navidad.
EnglishWe know, for example, that in Poland, a major case of fraud has come to light in the run-up to the introduction of IACS, but I mention that only in passing.
Sabemos, por ejemplo, que se ha destapado un importante caso de fraude en la fase previa a la implantación del SIGC, pero menciono esto sólo de pasada.
EnglishI feel that the Commission's activities in this field have cast it in a rather poor light up to now, and this communication has done nothing to improve my opinion.
Considero que la Comisión ha perdido bastante crédito hasta ahora en este ámbito. Nuestra confianza no aumentó mucho cuando vimos esta Comunicación.