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flash

noun /flӕʃ/
a quick showing of a bright light
destello
a flash of lightning.
a moment; a very short time
instante
He was with her in a flash.
a flashlight.
flash
flashing adjective
relampagueante, intermitente
flashing lights.
flashy adjective ( comparative flashier, superlative flashiest) (informal ) big, bright etc but cheap and of poor quality
llamativo
flashy clothes.
flashily adverb
de una manera llamativa
flashlight noun a (battery) torch.
linterna
(often abbreviated to flash) an instrument which produces a sudden bright light for taking photographs.
flash
(Definition of flash from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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