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flash  Verb
Plural: flashes
  1. Translate "flash" to Spanish: brillar intermitentemente, relampaguear, encenderse intermitentemente, lanzar destellos
    English Synonyms of "flash": sparkle, twinkle, blink, coruscate, flicker, glimmer, shine intermitently, wink
    Define meaning of "flash": Gleam or glow intermittently.
  2. The camera flashes, La cámara relampaguea.
    The lights were flashing.

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  3. Translate "flash" to Spanish: emitir, despedir
    English Synonyms of "flash": emit, beam, cast, discharge, free, give forth
    Define meaning of "flash": Make known or cause to appear with great speed.
  4. The latest intelligence is flashed to all command posts.

  5. Translate "flash" to Spanish: transmitir, mandar por señal intermitente
    English Synonyms of "flash": broadcast, communicate, transmit, relay
    Define meaning of "flash": Make known or cause to appear with great speed.
  6. The latest intelligence is flashed to all command posts.

  7. Translate "flash" to Spanish: escalar un camino en el primer intento
    English Synonyms of "flash": climb a route on the first try

  8. Translate "flash" to Spanish: tener una experiencia alucinatoria a causa de un narcótico
    English Synonyms of "flash": have a hallucinatory experience from a narcotic

flash  Noun
  1. Translate "flash" to Spanish: destello, chispazo, centella, fogonazo, relampagueo, relumbro, relumbrón
    English Synonyms of "flash": spark, flash of light, sparkle, flicker, gleaming, glinting
    Define meaning of "flash": A momentary brightness. ; A burst of light used to communicate or illuminate. ; A sudden intense burst of radiant energy.

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  3. Translate "flash" to Spanish: instante, santiamén, tris
    English Synonyms of "flash": instant, moment, jiffy, split second, half a shake, jif, jiff, tick
    Define meaning of "flash": A short vivid experience. ; A very short time (as the time it takes the eye blink or the heart to beat).
  4. A flash of emotion swept over him.
    The flashings of pain were a warning.
    If I had the chance I'd do it in a flash.

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  5. Translate "flash" to Spanish: noticia de último momento, noticia de última hora, noticia ocurriendo en el momento
    English Synonyms of "flash": breaking news, hot news, last minute news, late-breaking news, late news, latest news, news flash
    Define meaning of "flash": A short news announcement concerning some on-going news story.

  6. Translate "flash" to Spanish: flash
    English Synonyms of "flash": flashbulb, photoflash
    Define meaning of "flash": A lamp for providing momentary light to take a photograph.


  7. Translate "flash" to Spanish: vistazo rápido
    English Synonyms of "flash": look through, passing glance, quick glance, quick-over

  8. Translate "flash" to Spanish: algo que se esta haciendo actualmente
    English Synonyms of "flash": something one is currently doing

  9. Translate "flash" to Spanish: carisma
    English Synonyms of "flash": magnetism, charisma, charism, glamour


  10. Translate "Flash" to Spanish: Flash

flash  Adjective
  1. Translate "flash" to Spanish: repentino
    English Synonyms of "flash": quick, sudden, unexpected, abrupt, sharp
    Define meaning of "flash": Moving quickly and lightly. ; Accomplished rapidly and without delay. ; Hurried and brief. ; Apprehending and responding with speed and sensitivity.

  2. Translate "flash" to Spanish: vistoso, ostentoso
    English Synonyms of "flash": dressy, dashing, showy, sightly, flashy, gaudy, colourful, natty


  3. Translate "flash" to Spanish: que se borra en una sola acción

Verb Conjugation for "flash"
Gerund: flashing

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