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  • 61 Flash — (Voz inglesa.) ► sustantivo masculino 1 FOTOGRAFÍA, PERIODISMO Lámpara de destello breve e intenso usada en fotografía cuando la luz es insuficiente: ■ si no usas el flash la foto saldrá muy oscura. IRREG. plural flashes 2 Noticia periodística… …

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  • 62 FLASH — Fast Low Angle Shot (Abk. FLASH) bezeichnet ein 1985 von Jens Frahm, Axel Haase, Wolfgang Hänicke, K Dietmar Merboldt und Dieter Matthaei eingeführtes Verfahren (Deutsche Patentanmeldung P 35 04 734.8 vom 12. Februar 1985) zur schnellen… …

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  • 63 Flash II — Barry Allen Flash Personnage de Flash Alias Bartholomew Henry Barry Allen (véritable identité) Pouvoirs Super vitesse, contrôle …

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  • 64 flash — [[t]flæʃ[/t]] n. 1) a brief, sudden burst of bright light 2) a sudden, brief outburst or display, as of joy or wit 3) an instant 4) inf flashlight 1) 5) cvb gaudy or vulgar showiness 6) jou a brief dispatch giving preliminary news of an important …

    From formal English to slang

  • 65 FlAsH — Strukturformel Allgemeines Name Fluorescein arsenical helix binder Andere Namen …

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  • 66 flash — {{11}}flash (n.) 1560s, from FLASH (Cf. flash) (v.); originally of lightning. Meaning first news report is from 1857. Meaning photographic lamp is from 1913. The comic book character dates to 1940. Flash in the pan (1809) is from old style guns,… …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 67 flash — 1. n. something suddenly remembered; something suddenly thought of. □ I had a flash and quickly wrote it down. □ After we talked awhile, a flash hit me. Why don’t we sell the house? 2. n. a very short period of time; an instant. (See also in a… …

    Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • 68 flash — 01. When the light [flashes], the pizza will be ready. 02. Lightning [flashed] in the black sky. 03. We saw the [flashing] lights of a police car as we neared the intersection. 04. The electrical wire broke with a [flash] of blue light. 05. The… …

    Grammatical examples in English

  • 69 flash — flash1 verb 1》 shine in a bright but brief, sudden, or intermittent way. 2》 move, pass, or send very quickly: a look of terror flashed across his face. 3》 display or be displayed briefly or repeatedly.     ↘informal display conspicuously so as to …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 70 Flash Me — Infobox Magazine title = Flash Me Magazine image size = image caption = company = Winged Halo Productions frequency = Online (quarterly) paid circulation = 50 unpaid circulation = 2500 total circulation = language = American English category =… …

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  • 71 Flash I — Jay Garrick Jay Garrick est le premier personnage à avoir incarné Flash, un super héros appartenant à l univers de DC Comics. Il est apparu dans Flash Comics #1 (1940). Avant Crisis on Infinite Earths et la fusion des terres parallèles, il était… …

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  • 72 flash — 1. verb 1) a torch flashed Syn: light up, shine, flare, blaze, gleam, glint, sparkle, burn; blink, wink, flicker, shimmer, twinkle, glimmer, glisten, scintillate; literary glister, coruscate …

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  • 73 flash*/ — [flæʃ] verb I 1) [I/T] to shine on and off very quickly, or to make a light do this A truck behind me was flashing its headlights.[/ex] His watch flashed in the sunlight.[/ex] 2) [I/T] to appear, or to make something appear, for a very short time …

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  • 74 flash — {{#}}{{LM F17870}}{{〓}} {{[}}flash{{]}} {{■}}(ing.){{□}} {{《}}▍ s.m.{{》}} {{<}}1{{>}} {{♂}}En fotografía,{{♀}} dispositivo luminoso con un destello breve e intenso, que se utiliza cuando la luz ambiental es insuficiente: • El flash permite hacer… …

    Diccionario de uso del español actual con sinónimos y antónimos

  • 75 flash — 1. A sudden and brief burst of light or heat. 2. Excess material extruded between the sections of a flask in the process of molding denture bases or other dental restorations. hot f. colloquialism for one of the vasomotor …

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  • 76 flash — Value of a security displayed, or flashed across the tape, when the tape display cannot keep up with volume on an exchange and lags the current price is lagged more than approximately five minutes. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * Flash Flash …

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  • 77 flash — I. n 1. a glimpse of, or deliberate exposure of, the genitals, breasts, underwear, etc. 2a. the sensation felt immediately after the injection of a narcotic; the sudden, initial effect of a drug 2b. also acid flash a sudden recurrence of a… …

    Contemporary slang

  • 78 flash on — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms flash on : present tense I/you/we/they flash on he/she/it flashes on present participle flashing on past tense flashed on past participle flashed on American informal flash on something to realize or remember… …

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  • 79 flash — fotoblykstė statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. flash gun; flash unit; flasher vok. Blitzgerät, n; Blitzlichtgerät, n rus. импульсная фотолампа, f; лампа вспышка, f pranc. flash, m; lampe à éclair, f …

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  • 80 flash — ● 1. ►en adj. ►MEM Voir mémoire flash. ● 2. np. m. ►VIDEO Format d animation vectorielle. On y met souvent une majuscule, comme ça: Flash …

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