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Translation of "flash" - English-Turkish dictionary

flash

verb
 
 
/flæʃ/
SHINE [I, T] B2 to shine brightly and suddenly, or to make something shine in this way
(ışık) birden parla(t)mak, şimşek gibi çakmak, ışıldamak, parıldamak
The doctor flashed a light into my eye. Lightning flashed across the sky.Emitting and casting light
APPEAR [I, T] ( also flash up) to appear for a short time, or to make something appear for a short time
kısa bir süre görünüp kaybolmak; kısa bir süre görünmek; parlamak
An icon flashed up on the screen.Appearing and disappearing
flash by/past/through, etc to move somewhere fast
yıldırım gibi geçip gitmek; hızlıca geçmek
The motorcycle flashed past us and around the corner.Moving quickly
flash (sb) a look/smile, etc to look/smile, etc at someone quickly
hızlı bir bakış/gülümseme vb. göstermek/atmak
She flashed him a smile as he came in.Using the eyesEyesight, glasses and lensesThe eye and surrounding areaPerceptiveLaughing and smiling
(Definition of flash verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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