Definition of street lighting in English:

street lighting


  • See street light

    • ‘It is also looking into longer term projects such as closed circuit television cameras, street lighting and providing facilities for young people.’
    • ‘Improved street lighting and spy cameras have been installed in Southend as part of a £50,000 scheme to boost safety in the community.’
    • ‘It was said the Council charges firms £13,000 a week in rates and they don't get any security or better street lighting or cleaner streets.’
    • ‘Wigan council is backing the project, which will also see new street lighting and CCTV cameras installed along the canal towpath through the pier site.’
    • ‘Crime-fearing residents in Shipley are calling for street lighting to be introduced on a shadowy footpath to stop it being used as a drug drop-off point.’


street lighting

/ˈstriːtˌ lʌɪtɪŋ/