send, give out, a sudden bright light
send or reflect like a flash or flashes
sudden bright burst of light or flame
a bright light that you use with a camera for taking photographs
a sudden important news story requiring immediate broadcast
"a flash of emotion swept over him"
"the flashings of pain were a warning"
"he had a flash of intuition"
"if I had the chance I'd do it in a flash"
"red flashes adorned the airplane"
"a flash sewn on his sleeve indicated the unit he belonged to"
"a flash car"
"a flashy ring"
"a gaudy costume"
"loud sport shirts"
"a meretricious yet stylish book"
"The lights were flashing"
"The headlines flashed on the screen"
"he showed off his new sports car"
"The latest intelligence is flashed to all command posts"
"She dashed into the yard"
"he flashed a $100 bill"
"flash the roof"
"A shooting star flashed and was gone"
The dark landscape is lit only by terrific flashes of lightning.
出自： K. Clark
A flash flat in Chelsea of a bogus elegance.
出自： W. Plomer
The wave flashing upon our decks..much salt water.
出自： T. Herbert
A sudden smile of recognition flashed across his face.
He flashed a furious glance at him.
The lighthouse flashes its signal at intervals of five seconds.
阳光照到窗玻璃上,又反射到她身上。 flash back to sb/sth
The film flashed back to the hero's youth.
My mind flashed back to last Christmas.
The cars flashed by,I could not count them.
这念头忽然闪过他的心头。 flash sth into sb/sth
Suddenly the beam of an electric torch was flashed into his face.
“And don't speak to me like that!”she flashed out.
The teacher flashed up each word to see if the children would recognize it.
Her eyes flashed with happiness.