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Sunlight vs. Moonlight

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Sunlightnoun

All the electromagnetic radiation given off by the Sun, especially that in the visible spectrum that bathes the Earth.

‘Sunlight on the skin gives you vitamin D.’;

Moonlightnoun

The light reflected from the Moon.

Sunlightnoun

(figuratively) Brightness, hope; a positive outlook.

Moonlightverb

To work on the side (at a secondary job), often in the evening or during the night.

Sunlightnoun

synonym of sunrise

Moonlightverb

(by extension) To engage in an activity other than what one is known for.

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Sunlightverb

To work on the side (at a secondary job) during the daytime.

Moonlightnoun

The light of the moon.

Sunlightnoun

The light of the sun.

Moonlightverb

to work at a second job in addition to one's main occupation; - often done at night.

Sunlightnoun

the rays of the sun;

‘the shingles were weathered by the sun and wind’;

Moonlightnoun

the light of the moon;

‘moonlight is the smuggler's enemy’; ‘the moon was bright enough to read by’;

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Sunlightnoun

light from the sun

‘a shaft of sunlight’;

Moonlightverb

work a second job, usually after hours;

‘The law student is moonlighting as a taxi driver’;

Sunlight

Sunlight is a portion of the electromagnetic radiation given off by the Sun, in particular infrared, visible, and ultraviolet light. On Earth, sunlight is scattered and filtered through Earth's atmosphere, and is obvious as daylight when the Sun is above the horizon.

Moonlight

Moonlight consists of mostly sunlight (with little earthlight) reflected from the parts of the Moon's surface where the Sun's light strikes.

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