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flash /flæʃ/
  • danh từ
    • ánh sáng loé lên; tia
      • a flash of lightning: ánh chớp, tia chớp
      • a flash of hope: tia hy vọng
    • (hoá học) sự bốc cháy
    • giây lát
      • in a flash: trong giây lát
      • a flash of merriment: cuộc vui trong giây lát
    • sự phô trương
      • out of flash: cốt để phô trương
    • (điện ảnh) cảnh hồi tưởng ((cũng) flash back)
    • (quân sự) phù hiệu (chỉ đơn vị, sư đoàn...)
    • dòng nước nâng (xả xuống phía dưới đập để nâng mực nước)
    • tiếng lóng kẻ cắp
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) tin ngắn; bức điện ngắn
    • a flash in the pan
      • chuyện đầu voi đuôi chuột
    • người nổi tiếng nhất thời
    • nội động từ
      • loé sáng, vụt sáng, chiếu sáng
        • lightning flashes across the sky: chớp loé sáng trên trời
      • chợt hiện ra, chợt nảy ra, vụt hiện lên, loé lên
        • an idea flashed upon him: anh ta chợt nảy ra một ý kiến
      • it flashed upon me that
        • tôi chợt nảy ra ý kiến là
      • chạy vụt
        • train flashes past: chuyến xe lửa chạy vụt qua
      • chảy ra thành tấm (thuỷ tinh)
      • chảy ào, chảy tràn ra (nước)
      • ngoại động từ
        • làm loé lên, làm rực lên
          • eyes flash fire: mắt rực lửa
          • to flash a smile at someone: toét miệng cười với ai
          • to flash one's sword: vung gươm sáng loáng
        • truyền đi cấp tốc, phát nhanh (tin)
        • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (thông tục) khoe, phô, thò ra khoe
        • to flash a roll of money
          • thò ra khoe một tập tiền
        • làm (thuỷ tinh) chảy thành tấm
        • phủ một lần màu lên (kính)
        • cho nước chảy vào đầy
        • to flash in the pan
          • làm chuyện đầu voi đuôi chuột
        • to flash out (up)
          • nổi giận đùng đùng
      • tính từ
        • loè loẹt, sặc sỡ
        • giả
          • flash money: tiền giả
        • lóng
        • ăn cắp ăn nẩy
      Concise Dictionary
      flashes|flashed|flashingflæʃ
      noun
      +a sudden intense burst of radiant energy
      +a momentary brightness
      +a short vivid experience
      +a sudden brilliant understanding
      +a very short time (as the time it takes the eye blink or the heart to beat)
      +a gaudy outward display
      +a burst of light used to communicate or illuminate
      +a short news announcement concerning some on-going news story
      +a bright patch of color used for decoration or identification
      +a lamp for providing momentary light to take a photograph
      verb
      +gleam or glow intermittently
      +appear briefly
      +display proudly; act ostentatiously or pretentiously
      +make known or cause to appear with great speed
      +run or move very quickly or hastily
      +expose or show briefly
      +protect by covering with a thin sheet of metal
      +emit a brief burst of light
      adj.
      +tastelessly showy
      Thesaurus Dictionary
      n.
      1 blaze, flame, flare, burst, dazzle, spark, sparkle, coruscation, fulguration, glitter, twinkle, twinkling, flicker, flickering, scintilla, scintillation, glint, shimmer, glimmer, gleam, beam, ray, shaft:
      There was a blinding flash of blue light and the little man was gone.
      2 (sudden or momentary) display, stroke, show, manifestation, outburst, outbreak, sign, indication, exhibition; touch, hint, suggestion:
      She has occasional flashes of insight bordering on genius.
      3 moment, (split) second, instant, twinkling (of an eye), trice, minute, Colloq two shakes (of a lamb's tail), jiffy, shake, before you can say 'Jack Robinson':
      In a flash he was at her side.
      v.
      4 burn, blaze, flame, flare, burst (out), dazzle, spark, sparkle, coruscate, fulgurate, glitter, twinkle, flicker, scintillate, shimmer, glimmer, gleam, beam, glare, shine:
      The light flashed every eight seconds.
      5 race, speed, dash, streak, flick, tear, rush, hurry, hasten, fly, zoom, shoot, bolt, whistle; run, sprint, dart, scuttle, scamper, Colloq scoot, skedaddle, take off, whiz or whizz:
      The train flashed by, doing about 100.
      adj.
      6 dazzling, showy, ostentatious, smart, chic, Colloq swish, classy, ritzy, snazzy:
      Barbara's new car looks very flash.
      7 See flashy, 1.
      flashy
      adj.
      1 flash, gaudy, flamboyant, glaring, fulgurous, showy, ostentatious, loud, garish, vulgar, cheap, meretricious, pretentious, tawdry, tasteless, Colloq tacky, Slang jazzy, US glitzy:
      He was attracted by her flashy appearance.
      2 superficial, cosmetic, skin-deep, surface, shallow, glib, slick, facile, insubstantial, thin:
      The reviewer called it a flashy interpretation of the Bard.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      verb, noun, adjective
      + verb
      shine brightly
      1 to shine very brightly for a short time; to make sth shine in this way: [V] Lightning flashed in the distance. + A neon sign flashed on and off above the door. + the flashing blue lights of a police car + Start crossing when the green WALK sign starts to flash. + [VN] The guide flashed a light into the cave.
      give signal
      2 ~ (sth) (at sb)
      ~ sb (sth) to use a light to give sb a signal: [VN, VNN] Red lights flashed a warning at them. + Red lights flashed them a warning. + [VN] Why is that driver flashing his lights at us?
      show quickly
      3 [VN] to show sth to sb quickly: He flashed his pass at the security officer.
      move quickly
      4 [V +adv./prep.] to move or pass very quickly: The countryside flashed past the train windows. + A look of terror flashed across his face.
      of thoughts / memories
      5 [V +adv./prep.] to come into your mind suddenly: A terrible thought flashed through my mind.
      on screen
      6 [+adv./prep.] ~ (sth) (up) to appear on a television screen, computer screen, etc. for a short time; to make sth do this: [V] A message was flashing on his pager. + [VN] His name was flashed up on the screen.
      send news
      7 [VN +adv./prep.] to send information quickly by radio, computer, etc: News of their triumph was flashed around the world.
      show emotion
      8 [V] (literary) to show a strong emotion suddenly and quickly: Her eyes flashed with anger. + Fear flashed in his eyes.
      of a man
      9 [V] (informal) if a man flashes, he shows his sexual organs in public
      Idioms: flash sb a smile, look, etc. to smile, look, etc. at sb suddenly and quickly
      Phrasal Verbs: flash sth around (disapproving) to show sth to other people in order to impress them: He's always flashing his money around.
      flash back (to sth)
      1 if your mind flashes back to sth, you remember sth that happened in the past: Her thoughts flashed back to their wedding day.
      related noun FLASHBACK (2)
      2 if a film/movie flashes back to sth, it shows things that happened at an earlier time, for example at an earlier part of sb's life
      related noun FLASHBACK (1)
      3 (written) to reply very quickly and/or angrily
      flash by / past (of time) to go very quickly: The morning has just flashed by.
      + noun
      light
      1 [C] a sudden bright light that shines for a moment and then disappears: a flash of lightning + Flashes of light were followed by an explosion. + There was a blinding flash and the whole building shuddered.
      signal
      2 [C] the act of shining a light on sth, especially as a signal
      sudden idea / emotion
      3 [C] ~ of sth a particular feeling or idea that suddenly comes into your mind or shows in your face: a flash of anger / inspiration + When she looked at me, I caught a flash of recognition in her eyes. + 'Did you really win first prize?' he said with a flash of genuine admiration.
      of bright colour
      4 [C] ~ of sth the sudden appearance for a short time of sth bright or colourful: a flash of white teeth + On the horizon, she saw a flash of silver-the sea!
      in photography
      5 [C, U] a piece of equipment that produces a bright light for a very short time, used for taking photographs indoors, when it is dark, etc; the use of this when taking a photograph: a camera with a built-in flash + I'll need flash for this shot. + flash photography
      news
      6 [C] = NEWSFLASH
      on uniform
      7 [C] (BrE) a band or small piece of fabric worn on a military uniform to show a person's rank
      on book / packet
      8 [C] a band of colour or writing across a book, packet, etc.
      Idioms: a flash in the pan a sudden success that lasts only a short time and is not likely to be repeated: He needed to prove that his success was not just a flash in the pan.
      in / like a flash very quickly and suddenly: The weekend seemed to be over in a flash. + The answer came to me like a flash.
      more at QUICK adv.
      + adjective (BrE, informal, disapproving) attracting attention by being large or expensive, or by having expensive clothes, etc.: a flash car + He's very flash, isn't he? + He always was a bit of a flash dresser.(also flash)
      + noun
      (especially BrE) a short item of important news that is broadcast on radio or television, often interrupting a programme: We interrupt this programme to bring you a newsflash.
      Collocation Dictionary
      noun

      1 sudden bright light; sudden idea/emotion/action

      ADJ.

      great | blinding, bright, brilliant | sudden | brief, momentary, quick | occasional | rare
      a rare flash of humour
      | light, lightning | news
      (also
      newsflash)

      VERB + FLASH

      feel, have
      He felt a brief flash of jealousy. She had a sudden flash of inspiration.
      | catch, detect, notice, see
      We caught a flash of white in the bushes.

      FLASH + VERB

      illuminate sth, light sth (up)
      A bright flash of lightning lit up the sky.

      PREP.

      ~ from
      The flashes from the guns illuminated the sky.
      | ~ of
      a sudden flash of light

      2 bright light for a camera

      ADJ.

      built-in | camera

      VERB + FLASH

      use
      I don't think the picture will come out in this light. Try using the flash.

      FLASH + VERB

      go off, work
      The flash didn't go off.

      FLASH + NOUN

      photography | bulb | unit
      a camera with a built-in flash unit

      PREP.

      with (a) ~
      I took it with flash.

      verb

      1 shine

      ADV.

      briefly
      It was only the sun, flashing briefly on her bleached hair.

      PREP.

      at
      A car flashed its headlights at me.

      2 show emotion

      ADV.

      suddenly | angrily
      Her eyes flashed angrily.

      PREP.

      with
      Her eyes suddenly flashed with anger.



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