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Led vs. Incandescent

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Ledverb

simple past tense and past participle of lead

Incandescentadjective

emitting light as a result of being heated

Ledadjective

Under somebody's control or leadership.

Incandescentadjective

shining very brightly

Ledadjective

Of a farm, etc.: managed by a deputy instead of the owner or tenant in person.

Incandescentadjective

showing intense emotion, as of a performance, etc.

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Led

of Lead.

Incandescentnoun

An incandescent lamp or bulb

Lednoun

diode such that light emitted at a p-n junction is proportional to the bias current; color depends on the material used

Incandescentadjective

White, glowing, or luminous, with intense heat; as, incandescent carbon or platinum; hence, clear; shining; brilliant.

‘Holy Scripture become resplendent; or, as one might say, incandescent throughout.’;

Lednoun

a light-emitting diode (a semiconductor diode which glows when a voltage is applied)

‘light sources can be fluorescent tubes, optical fibres, or LEDs’; ‘an LED display’;

Incandescentadjective

emitting light as a result of being heated;

‘an incandescent bulb’;

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Incandescentadjective

characterized by ardent emotion or intensity or brilliance;

‘an incandescent performance’;

Incandescentadjective

emitting light as a result of being heated

‘plumes of incandescent liquid rock’;

Incandescentadjective

(of an electric light) containing a filament which glows white-hot when heated by a current passed through it

‘an incandescent lamp’;

Incandescentadjective

full of strong emotion; passionate

‘she felt an incandescent love for life’;

Incandescentadjective

extremely angry

‘I am incandescent at the way I've been treated’;

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