Word: flash

Category: flash

Computers & Electronics, Arts & Entertainment, Games

Related words: flash

flash player, adobe, adobe flash, adobe flash player, flash drive, flash download, the flash, flash games, update flash, flash player download, adobe flash update, chrome, flash mob, update flash player, smash flash 2, super smash flash, get flash, shockwave flash

Synonyms: flash

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: flash

spanish
destellar, destello, centella


german
grat, blinken, schein, moment, augenblick, ...

french
flamboyer, éclair, flash, clignoter, briller, ...

italian
fulmine, lampeggiare, lampo, sprazzo, balenare

portuguese
instante, momento

dutch
flitsen, moment, ogenblik, wip, schel, ...

russian
яркий, мгновение, сверкнуть, вспышка, сверкать, ...

norwegian
lyn, glimt, blinke

swedish
blixt

finnish
silmänräpäys, välkkyä, ampaista, purra, hetki, ...

danish
blink, blinke

czech
vzplanout, kmitat, blesk, zářit, zablesknutí, ...

polish
błyskać, pstry, przebłyskiwać, migać, przebłysk, ...

hungarian
villanófény, hadosztályjelvény, fellobbanás

turkish
an

greek
αναλαμπή, φλας

ukrainian
спалахнути, промайнути, спалах

albanian
vetëtimë

belarusian
блiскавiца

estonian
välgatus, välklamp, plinkima

croatian
bljesak, sinuti, munja

latin
mico

lithuanian
žaibuoti

romanian
ţipător

slovenian
blesk

slovak
blesk

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The meaning and "use of": flash

noun
  • a sudden brief burst of bright light or a sudden glint from a reflective surface.
  • a platform for producing and displaying animation and video in web browsers.
  • a camera attachment that produces a brief very bright light, used for taking photographs in poor light.
  • excess plastic or metal forced between facing surfaces as two halves of a mold close up, forming a thin projection on the finished object.

verb
  • (of a light or something that reflects light) shine in a bright but brief, sudden, or intermittent way.
  • display (an image, words, or information) suddenly on a television or computer screen or electronic sign, typically briefly or repeatedly.
  • move or pass very quickly.

adjective
  • (of a thing) ostentatiously expensive, elaborate, or up to date.
  • of or relating to thieves, prostitutes, or the underworld, especially their language.

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