Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Lighting"

The meaning of "Lighting" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The lighting box has a window INTO the auditorium mean?
A: There is a clear window (plastic or glass panel) between the lighting box and the auditorium. You can see, or light can go, into the auditorium from the box.
Q: What does "You're fixing to ride the lighting"

The word I don't understand is "fixing", because I used to think that to fix something meant to repair. What is fix in this context?
A: You’re right! Fixing in this sentence does not mean to repair something. This is southern US slang. Fixing in this context means to set up, complete a task, or about to do something.

In this sentence, this means you’re about to ride the lightning.
Q: What does here's me vibing to the somehow gorgeous lighting in the toilets.

vibing? mean?
A: Enjoying something. Apparently lights in this case.
Q: What does the lighting was "dim" mean?
A: "The lighting was dim" basically means that the room is dark, since "dim" means "not shining brightly"
Q: What does lighting strik mean?
A: It’s “lightning strike”
It means when lightning comes out of the sky, or hits something.

Example sentences using "Lighting"

Q: Please show me example sentences with lighting.
A: Lightning never strikes twice in the same place.
A flash of lightning and a peal of thunder heralded torrential rain.
A sudden flash of lightning lit everything up for a second.
That house was struck by lightning and burned down.
The big tree was split by the lightning.
He grabbed the money and ran out of the shop like a streak of lightning.

Synonyms of "Lighting" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between The rumble of lighting and The rumble of thunder ?
A: Lightning is the light itself, and thunder is the sound. Usually use "The rumble of thunder"
Q: What is the difference between lighting fixtures and lighting equipment ?
A: Fixtures are typically ceiling lights or lamps, while equipment can be anything that produces light and is useful.
Q: What is the difference between 'lighting' and 'lightning' ?
A: “Lighting” is in reference to a something that is putting off light!
Example: “Dim the lighting! It’s too bright!” OR “Your house lighting is very nice.”

“Lightning” is only used for the electricity strike from the sky during a storm.
Example(1): “Wow! That lightning was so close to us!”
Example(2): “I hope that lightning doesn’t hit our tree!!”
Q: What is the difference between lighting and lightning and lightening ?
A: "Lighting" is how a place is illuminated. eg "The lighting is this room is mostly sunlight." "Lightning" is flashes in the sky when there's a thunder storm. eg "I am afraid of the thunder and lightning." "Lightening" is when you make something lighter. eg "I am lightening the paint by adding white."

Translations of "Lighting"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? You'r lighting in a bottle (What does it means? is something good?)
A: It means "You are amazing!"

It is very good.

Other questions about "Lighting"

Q: The lighting in this room is poor.
The light in this room is poor.
Do they mean the same thing?
What's the difference?
A: They can mean the same thing.

“Lighting” means ALL of the lights in the room. If the “lighting” is poor, it means the room is dark, or it is hard to see people.
“My room has bad lighting.” = my room is very dark, it is difficult to see people.

“Light” can mean a single light, OR all of the lights in the room.
“This light is broken” = this lamp is broken.
“I like rooms with a lot of light.” = I like rooms that are very bright, with many lamps or windows for sunlight.
Q: “Thank you for lighting up my life during these hard times. “ Is this correct?
A: Yes, but it’s very poetic and wouldn’t really be said in common speech.

You’re more likely to hear:
“thanks for making me feel better during these hard times”
“Thanks for being a support during these hard times”
Q: lighting
A: lighting: The lightning is bright tonight. Lightning usually frightens children. = with article + without article
thunder: The thunder is loud tonight. Thunder usually frightens children = with article + without article
process: The process is almost complete. The accused must be afforded due process. = with + without
conversation: This will all be clarified when we have a conversation. We had dinner with good music and conversation. = with + without
stone: A stone provides enough weight. He wants to paint the stone on the wall. = with + without

All of your example nouns are used both with and without articles. I hope I have understood your question.
Q: "the lighting in the room is bright" Does this sound natural?
A: it does sound natural.

but if you are in the room, then it's okay to say that.. the lighting in this room is bright.

but if you're saying another room, you say it as.. the lighting in that room is bright.
Q: It is thundering and lighting outside. It is really scary. Does this sound natural?
A: Thunder and lightning are both natural phenomena. "Thunder" is countable and uncountable. However, we usually use it as uncountable instead. It's just like "rain", we do not say: There are "rains".

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