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  1. flash

    • IPA[flaSH]

    美式

    • v.
      (of a light or something that reflects light) shine in a bright but brief, sudden, or intermittent way;cause to shine briefly or suddenly
    • n.
      a sudden brief burst of bright light or a sudden glint from a reflective surface;a sudden instance or manifestation of a quality, understanding, or humor
    • adj.
      (of a thing) ostentatiously expensive, elaborate, or up to date;(of a person) superficially attractive because stylish and full of brash charm
    • verb: flash, 3rd person present: flashes, gerund or present participle: flashing, past tense: flashed, past participle: flashed

    • noun: flash, plural noun: flashes

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    • 1. British informal (of a thing) ostentatiously expensive, elaborate, or up to date a flash new car
    • (of a person) superficially attractive because stylish and full of brash charm he was carrying this money around and trying to be flash
    • 2. archaic relating to thieves, prostitutes, or the underworld, especially their language.