flash definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • to-burst forth into or as though into fire.
    • to provide off light or be lighted in unexpected or intermittent blasts.
    • To burst forth into or like into flame.
    • to look or occur instantly: The image flashed onto the display.
    • to offer down light or perhaps lighted in unexpected or periodic blasts.
    • to go or proceed rapidly: The vehicles flashed by.
    • appearing or happen out of the blue: The image flashed on the screen.
    • To burst forth into or like into flame.
    • To burst forth into or as though into fire.
    • To hang up a phone line momentarily, as when using call waiting.
    • To move or proceed rapidly: The cars flashed by.
    • To burst forth into or as if into flame.
    • Slang To think of or bear in mind one thing suddenly: flashed thereon time we got caught in the violent storm.
    • To give down light or be lighted in sudden or intermittent blasts.
    • To hang up a phone line momentarily, as when working with telephone call waiting.
    • to provide down light or perhaps lighted in unexpected or intermittent bursts.
    • to look or happen out of the blue: The image flashed on the display screen.
    • Slang To expose oneself in an indecent manner.
    • Slang to think about or bear in mind some thing instantly: flashed thereon time we got caught into the storm.
    • To appear or happen instantly: The picture flashed onto the display screen.
    • To move or proceed rapidly: The automobiles flashed by.
    • Slang to reveal yourself in an indecent manner.
    • To hang up a phone line momentarily, as when working with telephone call waiting.
    • To move or proceed rapidly: The cars flashed by.
    • to hold up a phone range momentarily, as when using telephone call waiting.
    • Slang to think about or bear in mind anything all of a sudden: flashed thereon time we got caught into the storm.
    • Slang To think of or remember one thing abruptly: flashed thereon time we got caught into the storm.
    • Slang To expose oneself in an indecent manner.
    • To give down light or be lighted in unexpected or intermittent bursts.
    • Slang To expose oneself in an indecent fashion.
    • to look or happen suddenly: The picture flashed on the screen.
    • to maneuver or continue rapidly: The vehicles flashed by.
    • to hold up a phone range momentarily, as when utilizing call waiting.
    • Slang To think of or remember one thing abruptly: flashed on that time we got caught when you look at the storm.
    • Slang To expose yourself in an indecent manner.
    • to-burst forth into or like into fire.
    • to offer down light or perhaps lighted in sudden or periodic blasts.
    • appearing or occur abruptly: The picture flashed on the display.
    • to go or continue quickly: The cars flashed by.
    • To hang up a phone range momentarily, as when working with telephone call waiting.
    • Slang to think about or bear in mind anything abruptly: flashed thereon time we got caught inside violent storm.
    • Slang to reveal oneself in an indecent manner.
    • to-burst forth into or just as if into flame.
    • to provide off light or perhaps lighted in unexpected or intermittent blasts.
    • to-burst forth into or as if into fire.
    • To burst forth into or like into flame.
    • to show up or happen unexpectedly: The picture flashed on the screen.
    • To move or continue rapidly: The vehicles flashed by.
    • To give off light or perhaps lighted in unexpected or intermittent blasts.
    • To give down light or perhaps lighted in unexpected or periodic bursts.
    • To burst forth into or like into fire.
    • To appear or occur instantly: The picture flashed onto the display.
    • to seem or happen out of the blue: The picture flashed on the display.
    • to offer down light or perhaps lighted in sudden or intermittent bursts.
    • To move or proceed rapidly: The vehicles flashed by.
    • to hold up a phone line momentarily, as when working with call waiting.
    • to look or take place instantly: The picture flashed on the display.
    • Slang to consider or bear in mind anything abruptly: flashed on that time we got caught inside storm.
    • To hang up a phone range momentarily, as when using telephone call waiting.
    • To move or proceed quickly: The cars flashed by.
    • To move or proceed rapidly: The vehicles flashed by.
    • Slang to reveal oneself in an indecent fashion.
    • Slang to think about or keep in mind something out of the blue: flashed on that time we got caught within the storm.
    • to hold up a phone line momentarily, as when using call waiting.
    • Slang to think about or remember something instantly: flashed on that time we got caught when you look at the storm.
    • Slang To expose yourself in an indecent manner.
    • Slang To expose yourself in an indecent way.
    • To burst or break forth with a rapid and transient flood of fire and light
    • to-break forth, as a sudden flooding of light; to-burst immediately and brightly on picture; showing a momentary brilliancy; ahead or pass like a flash.
    • To burst or break forth with a rapid and transient flood of flame and light
    • to-burst forth like a rapid flame; to break down violently; to hurry hastily.
    • To burst or break forth with a sudden and transient flood of flame and light
    • to split forth, as an abrupt flood of light; to burst instantly and brightly from the sight; to show a momentary brilliancy; ahead or pass like a flash.
    • to-break forth, as a sudden flood of light; to-burst immediately and brightly on the sight; to show a momentary brilliancy; to come or pass like a flash.
    • to-burst forth like a-sudden flame; to break aside violently; to rush hastily.
    • To burst forth like a-sudden flame; to-break completely violently; to rush hastily.
    • To hang up a phone range momentarily, as when utilizing telephone call waiting.
    • Slang to consider or keep in mind one thing unexpectedly: flashed on that time we got caught when you look at the violent storm.
    • Slang to reveal yourself in an indecent manner.
    • To burst or break forth with a rapid and transient flooding of flame and light
    • to split forth, as a sudden flooding of light; to-burst immediately and brightly on sight; to demonstrate a momentary brilliancy; in the future or pass like a flash.
    • To burst forth like a sudden fire; to split away violently; to hurry hastily.
    • to-burst or break forth with a rapid and transient flooding of fire and light
    • To burst or break forth with a sudden and transient flooding of flame and light
    • to-break forth, as a sudden flooding of light; to burst immediately and brightly from the sight; to exhibit a momentary brilliancy; ahead or pass like a flash.
    • to split forth, as a rapid flood of light; to burst instantly and brightly on the picture; showing a momentary brilliancy; in the future or pass like a flash.
    • to-burst forth like an abrupt fire; to break out violently; to rush hastily.
    • to-burst forth like a-sudden fire; to break completely violently; to hurry hastily.
    • To burst or break forth with a sudden and transient flood of flame and light
    • To burst or break forth with a-sudden and transient flood of fire and light
    • to-break forth, as an abrupt flooding of light; to-burst instantly and brightly in the picture; to exhibit a momentary brilliancy; in the future or pass like a flash.
    • To break forth, as an abrupt flood of light; to-burst instantly and brightly from the sight; to demonstrate a momentary brilliancy; ahead or pass like a flash.
    • to-burst or break forth with a-sudden and transient flooding of fire and light
    • to-burst forth like a sudden flame; to split away violently; to rush hastily.
    • to-burst or break forth with an abrupt and transient flood of fire and light
    • to-burst forth like a rapid flame; to-break on violently; to hurry hastily.
    • to-break forth, as a rapid flooding of light; to burst instantly and brightly regarding picture; to show a momentary brilliancy; in the future or pass like a flash.
    • to-burst forth like an abrupt fire; to-break completely violently; to rush hastily.
    • to-break forth, as a sudden flood of light; to burst instantly and brightly on sight; to demonstrate a momentary brilliancy; in the future or pass like a flash.
    • to-burst forth like an abrupt fire; to split away violently; to hurry hastily.
  • verb-transitive:
    • resulting in (light) to appear suddenly or perhaps in intermittent bursts.
    • To cause (light) to appear all of a sudden or perhaps in intermittent bursts.
    • To cause to-burst into flame.
    • To cause to burst into flame.
    • To reflect (light).
    • To reflect (light).
    • To cause (light) to show up unexpectedly or in intermittent blasts.
    • resulting in to reflect light from (a surface).
    • to create understood or signal by blinking lights.
    • resulting in (light) to look unexpectedly or in intermittent bursts.
    • To cause to-burst into fire.
    • To communicate or display at great rate: flashed the news headlines towards the world capitals.
    • To cause to burst into flame.
    • To reflect (light).
    • resulting in to reflect light from (a surface).
    • To mirror (light).
    • resulting in to reflect light from (a surface).
    • To exhibit quickly.
    • which will make understood or sign by blinking lights.
    • To cause to reflect light from (a surface).
    • To hang up (a phone range) momentarily, as when making use of call waiting.
    • To communicate or show at great rate: flashed the news toward globe capitals.
    • To make known or sign by flashing lights.
    • To display ostentatiously; flaunt.
    • resulting in (light) to appear instantly or perhaps in intermittent bursts.
    • showing shortly.
    • To communicate or show at great speed: flashed the headlines on globe capitals.
    • To fill instantly with water.
    • resulting in to burst into fire.
    • to hold up (a phone range) momentarily, as when utilizing call waiting.
    • To mirror (light).
    • to produce ostentatiously; flaunt.
    • To cover with a thin protective level.
    • resulting in to reflect light from (a surface).
    • to create known or signal by flashing lights.
    • To communicate or show at great speed: flashed the news headlines towards globe capitals.
    • to demonstrate briefly.
    • to create known or sign by flashing lights.
    • To hang up (a phone range) momentarily, as when using call waiting.
    • To communicate or display at great speed: flashed the headlines into the world capitals.
    • to demonstrate quickly.
    • showing briefly.
    • to hold up (a phone range) momentarily, as when working with call waiting.
    • To hang up (a phone range) momentarily, as when making use of call waiting.
    • to show ostentatiously; flaunt.
    • to show ostentatiously; flaunt.
    • To fill suddenly with liquid.
    • To fill all of a sudden with water.
    • To cover with a thin protective level.
    • to pay for with a thin protective layer.
    • To display ostentatiously; flaunt.
    • To fill unexpectedly with water.
    • To fill unexpectedly with water.
    • to pay for with a thin protective level.
    • to pay for with a thin defensive layer.
    • resulting in (light) to look suddenly or in intermittent bursts.
    • To cause to burst into fire.
    • To reflect (light).
    • resulting in to mirror light from (a surface).
    • to produce known or sign by blinking lights.
    • To communicate or display at great rate: flashed the headlines to your globe capitals.
    • To exhibit shortly.
    • to hold up (a phone range) momentarily, as when using call waiting.
    • to show ostentatiously; flaunt.
    • To fill all of a sudden with liquid.
    • To cover with a thin safety layer.
    • To cause (light) to show up abruptly or in intermittent blasts.
    • To cause (light) to seem all of a sudden or in intermittent blasts.
    • resulting in (light) to show up out of the blue or in intermittent bursts.
    • To cause to burst into fire.
    • resulting in to-burst into fire.
    • To reflect (light).
    • To reflect (light).
    • To cause to mirror light from (a surface).
    • To send out in flashes; resulting in to burst forth with abrupt flame or light.
    • To cause to mirror light from (a surface).
    • to help make understood or signal by blinking lights.
    • to share as by a flash; to light up, as by an abrupt flame or light
    • To make understood or signal by flashing lights.
    • To communicate or display at great speed: flashed the headlines towards the globe capitals.
    • To distribute in flashes; resulting in to burst forth with unexpected flame or light.
    • To cover with a thin layer, as things of glass with glass of an alternate color. See Flashing, n., 3 (b).
    • To exhibit quickly.
    • to share because by a flash; to illuminate, as by a-sudden flame or light
    • To fool up in a showy way.
    • to hold up (a phone line) momentarily, as when making use of call waiting.
    • To strike and throw up large bodies of liquid from surface; to splash.
    • to pay for with a thin level, as objects of cup with glass of a different color. See Flashing, n., 3 (b).
    • To display ostentatiously; flaunt.
    • To deceive up in a showy way.
    • To communicate or show at great speed: flashed the headlines toward globe capitals.
    • resulting in to burst into flame.
    • To fill all of a sudden with water.
    • to demonstrate briefly.
    • To strike and throw up big systems of liquid from the surface; to splash.
    • To send in flashes; to cause to-burst forth with unexpected fire or light.
    • To mirror (light).
    • to hold up (a phone line) momentarily, as when utilizing call waiting.
    • To convey because by a flash; to light up, as by a sudden fire or light
    • To cover with a thin safety level.
    • To cause to reflect light from (a surface).
    • resulting in (light) to seem unexpectedly or in intermittent bursts.
    • to pay for with a thin layer, as items of cup with cup of a different shade. See Flashing, n., 3 (b).
    • To fool up in a showy fashion.
    • To cause to-burst into flame.
    • which will make known or signal by blinking lights.
    • To mirror (light).
    • To strike and provide big systems of water through the surface; to splash.
    • to produce ostentatiously; flaunt.
    • To fill out of the blue with liquid.
    • To communicate or display at great rate: flashed the news to your world capitals.
    • To cause to mirror light from (a surface).
    • to create known or signal by flashing lights.
    • To exhibit briefly.
    • To cover with a thin defensive level.
    • To send out in flashes; to cause to burst forth with abrupt fire or light.
    • To communicate or show at great speed: flashed the headlines towards globe capitals.
    • to hold up (a phone line) momentarily, as when utilizing telephone call waiting.
    • To convey because by a flash; to light, as by an abrupt flame or light
    • to demonstrate quickly.
    • to produce ostentatiously; flaunt.
    • to pay for with a thin level, as things of cup with cup of another type of color. See Flashing, n., 3 (b).
    • To hang up (a phone range) momentarily, as when working with call waiting.
    • To fill unexpectedly with water.
    • To trick up in a showy manner.
    • To hit and purge huge bodies of water through the area; to splash.
    • To send-out in flashes; to cause to-burst forth with abrupt fire or light.
    • To distribute in flashes; to cause to burst forth with sudden flame or light.
    • to show ostentatiously; flaunt.
    • to mention as by a flash; to light up, as by a rapid flame or light
    • To convey as by a flash; to illuminate, as by a rapid flame or light
    • To fill suddenly with liquid.
    • To cover with a thin layer, as items of cup with glass of a new shade. See Flashing, n., 3 (b).
    • To cover with a thin level, as things of glass with glass of a unique shade. See Flashing, n., 3 (b).
    • to pay for with a thin safety level.
    • To cover with a thin defensive layer.
    • To fool up in a showy fashion.
    • To trick up in a showy manner.
    • To hit and throw up large systems of liquid through the area; to splash.
    • To hit and throw up large figures of liquid from area; to splash.
    • To distribute in flashes; resulting in to-burst forth with abrupt flame or light.
    • To send in flashes; resulting in to-burst forth with unexpected flame or light.
    • To convey because by a flash; to light up, as by a rapid flame or light
    • to share as by a flash; to light up, as by a rapid flame or light
    • To cover with a thin level, as things of cup with cup of yet another shade. See Flashing, n., 3 (b).
    • To send-out in flashes; to cause to burst forth with sudden flame or light.
    • to pay for with a thin level, as objects of glass with cup of yet another color. See Flashing, n., 3 (b).
    • To trick up in a showy manner.
    • To convey as by a flash; to light up, as by a-sudden fire or light
    • To hit and throw up large bodies of water through the surface; to splash.
    • To trick up in a showy way.
    • To send out in flashes; resulting in to-burst forth with unexpected flame or light.
    • to mention because by a flash; to light up, as by a sudden flame or light
    • To cover with a thin layer, as objects of glass with cup of another type of color. See Flashing, n., 3 (b).
    • To strike and provide large systems of water through the area; to splash.
    • To fool up in a showy way.
    • To cover with a thin layer, as objects of glass with cup of an alternate color. See Flashing, n., 3 (b).
    • To hit and purge big figures of water from surface; to splash.
    • To fool up in a showy fashion.
    • To strike and throw up big bodies of liquid from the area; to splash.
  • noun:
    • A sudden, brief, intense screen of light.
    • a rapid perception: a flash of insight.
    • A split second; an instant: I'll be back at my way very quickly.
    • a short development dispatch or transmission.
    • Slang Gaudy or ostentatious show: "The classic flash and trash of an older south Ca have actually provided option to a sleeker chronilogical age of cultural hip” ( Newsweek).
    • A flashlight.
    • Instantaneous illumination for photography: photograph by flash.
    • a tool, such as for example a flashbulb, flashgun, or flash lamp, regularly create such illumination.
    • a rapid, brief, intense show of light.
    • Slang The pleasurable feeling that accompanies the use of a drug; a rush.
    • an abrupt perception: a flash of understanding.
    • an abrupt, brief, intense show of light.
    • outdated The language or cant of thieves, tramps, or underworld numbers.
    • a rapid perception: a flash of insight.
    • A split second; an immediate: i will be on my way very quickly.
    • A sudden, brief, intense show of light.
    • a-sudden, brief, intense show of light.
    • A split second; an immediate: i will be back at my means very quickly.
    • a short development dispatch or transmission.
    • a quick news dispatch or transmission.
    • a-sudden perception: a flash of insight.
    • a-sudden perception: a flash of insight.
    • Slang Gaudy or ostentatious display: "The antique flash and trash of an older southern California have given way to a sleeker age of cultural hip” ( Newsweek).
    • A split second; an instantaneous: i'm going to be back at my means in a flash.
    • Slang Gaudy or ostentatious screen: "The antique flash and garbage of an adult south Ca have actually given method to a sleeker age of cultural hip” ( Newsweek).
    • A split second; an instant: I'll be to my method super fast.
    • A flashlight.
    • A flashlight.
    • a quick development dispatch or transmission.
    • Instantaneous lighting for photography: photo by flash.
    • a quick news dispatch or transmission.
    • Instantaneous lighting for photography: photo by flash.
    • Slang Gaudy or ostentatious screen: "The traditional flash and rubbish of an adult southern California have actually given method to a sleeker chronilogical age of social hip” ( Newsweek).
    • a computer device, like a flashbulb, flashgun, or flash lamp, always create such illumination.
    • Slang Gaudy or ostentatious display: "The traditional flash and garbage of an older southern California have offered solution to a sleeker chronilogical age of cultural hip” ( Newsweek).
    • a computer device, such as for example a flashbulb, flashgun, or flash lamp, always create such illumination.
    • A flashlight.
    • A flashlight.
    • Slang The pleasurable sensation that accompanies the employment of a drug; a rush.
    • Instantaneous illumination for photography: picture by flash.
    • Slang The pleasurable feeling that accompanies using a drug; a rush.
    • Instantaneous lighting for photography: photograph by flash.
    • Obsolete The language or cannot of thieves, tramps, or underworld numbers.
    • A device, such as a flashbulb, flashgun, or flash lamp, regularly produce such illumination.
    • Obsolete The language or cant of thieves, tramps, or underworld numbers.
    • a computer device, including a flashbulb, flashgun, or flash lamp, used to create these types of lighting.
    • Slang The pleasurable sensation that accompanies making use of a drug; a rush.
    • Slang The pleasurable sensation that accompanies the usage of a drug; a rush.
    • outdated The language or cannot of thieves, tramps, or underworld figures.
    • Obsolete The language or cannot of thieves, tramps, or underworld numbers.
    • A sudden, quick, temporary rush of light.
    • a-sudden, brief, intense show of light.
    • a rapid perception: a flash of insight.
    • A split second; an instant: i'm going to be to my way super fast.
    • a short news dispatch or transmission.
    • Slang Gaudy or ostentatious screen: "The antique flash and garbage of a mature south California have given method to a sleeker age of social hip” ( Newsweek).
    • A flashlight.
    • Instantaneous lighting for photography: photo by flash.
    • A language, produced by a repressed minority to keep up cultural identity, that cannot be grasped by the ruling class; for example, Ebonics.
    • a tool, such as for instance a flashbulb, flashgun, or flash lamp, accustomed create these types of lighting.
    • Slang The pleasurable sensation that accompanies the use of a drug; a rush.
    • outdated The language or cant of thieves, tramps, or underworld numbers.
    • a rapid, short, short-term rush of light.
    • a really quick timeframe.
    • A language, developed by a repressed minority to steadfastly keep up cultural identity, that can't be grasped because of the ruling class; including, Ebonics.
    • information left around the edge of a moulded component at the parting distinct the mould.
    • a tremendously quick length of time.
    • The strips of bright cloth or buttons used round the collars of market dealers.
    • a-sudden, short, temporary rush of light.
    • information left round the side of a moulded part in the parting type of the mould.
    • A flashlight or electric burn.
    • A language, developed by a repressed minority to keep social identity, that cannot be comprehended because of the ruling class; including, Ebonics.
    • an abrupt, brief, short-term rush of light.
    • The strips of brilliant fabric or buttons worn across the collars of market dealers.
    • A pattern in which each prop is thrown and caught only one time.
    • A very brief period of time.
    • A flashlight or electric torch.
    • A language, developed by a repressed minority to steadfastly keep up social identity, that simply cannot be understood by the ruling class; as an example, Ebonics.
    • Material left around the side of a moulded component at the parting type of the mould.
    • a tremendously short length of time.
    • A pattern where each prop is thrown and caught only one time.
    • The strips of bright fabric or buttons used across the collars of market dealers.
    • A flashlight or electric burn.
    • Material left around the side of a moulded part in the parting distinct the mould.
    • A pattern where each prop is thrown and caught only once.
    • The pieces of brilliant cloth or buttons worn all over collars of marketplace dealers.
    • a-sudden, quick, short-term rush of light.
    • A language, created by a repressed minority to keep up social identification, that simply cannot be comprehended by the governing course; including, Ebonics.
    • A flashlight or electric burn.
    • A very quick length of time.
    • A pattern where each prop is thrown and caught just once.
    • information left all over side of a moulded part at the parting type of the mould.
    • a-sudden, quick, short-term explosion of light.
    • A language, produced by a repressed minority to maintain cultural identity, that can't be grasped because of the governing course; as an example, Ebonics.
    • The pieces of bright fabric or buttons used all over collars of market dealers.
    • A very brief length of time.
    • a rapid rush of light; a flood of light instantaneously appearing and vanishing; a momentary blaze.
    • information left around the side of a moulded part on parting type of the mould.
    • A flashlight or electric torch.
    • The pieces of brilliant cloth or buttons worn across the collars of market dealers.
    • an abrupt rush of light; a flood of light instantaneously appearing and disappearing; a momentary blaze.
    • A pattern where each prop is thrown and caught only one time.
    • a-sudden and brilliant rush, as of wit or wizard; a momentary brightness or show.
    • The time during which a flash is seen; an instant; a tremendously brief period.
    • a-sudden and brilliant explosion, since wit or wizard; a momentary brightness or show.
    • a rapid, brief, intense display of light.
    • A flashlight or electric torch.
    • a rapid perception: a flash of insight.
    • A pattern where each prop is thrown and caught just once.
    • A preparation of capsicum, burnt sugar, etc., for coloring and giving a fictitious power to liquors.
    • a lamp for supplying intense momentary light to take an image.
    • A split second; an instantaneous: i will be on my method in a flash.
    • The time where a flash is seen; an immediate; an extremely brief duration.
    • A sudden rush of light; a flood of light instantaneously appearing and disappearing; a momentary blaze.
    • A preparation of capsicum, burnt sugar, etc., for coloring and providing a fictitious power to liquors.
    • Same as flashlight.
    • a rapid and brilliant explosion, as of wit or genius; a momentary brightness or show.
    • a lamp for supplying intense temporary light to take a photograph.
    • a short news dispatch or transmission.
    • the full time during which a flash is visible; an instantaneous; a very brief period.
    • a quick development product supplying recently obtained and usually preliminary details about a meeting that is considered essential enough to interrupt normal broadcasting or other news delivery services; also called a news flash or bulletin.
    • A preparation of capsicum, burnt sugar, etc., for color and providing a fictitious strength to liquors.
    • Same as torch.
    • Slang Gaudy or ostentatious display: "The antique flash and trash of an older southern California have given way to a sleeker age of cultural hip” ( Newsweek).
    • A short development item offering recently obtained and in most cases preliminary details about an event which considered crucial adequate to interrupt typical broadcasting or any other development distribution services; also called a news flash or bulletin.
    • a lamp for supplying intense momentary light to take an image.
    • identical to torch.
    • a-sudden, brief, intense show of light.
    • Slang or cannot of thieves and prostitutes.
    • A flashlight.
    • a quick news product offering recently received and in most cases preliminary details about a conference which considered essential adequate to interrupt regular broadcasting or other development delivery services; also referred to as a news flash or bulletin.
    • a-sudden perception: a flash of understanding.
    • Slang or cannot of thieves and prostitutes.
    • Instantaneous illumination for photography: photograph by flash.
    • A pool.
    • A reservoir and sluiceway beside a navigable flow, simply above a shoal, so your flow may put in liquid as boats go, and therefore keep them across shoal.
    • A split second; an instant: I'll be back at my way in a flash.
    • A pool.
    • a-sudden burst of light; a flood of light instantaneously showing up and vanishing; a momentary blaze.
    • a tool, including a flashbulb, flashgun, or flash lamp, used to produce such illumination.
    • A brief development dispatch or transmission.
    • A reservoir and sluiceway beside a navigable stream, simply above a shoal, so that the flow may put in liquid as boats pass, and thus keep them throughout the shoal.
    • Slang The pleasurable feeling that accompanies the utilization of a drug; a rush.
    • a-sudden and brilliant burst, at the time of wit or wizard; a momentary brightness or show.
    • Slang or cannot of thieves and prostitutes.
    • enough time when a flash is visible; an instantaneous; a rather brief period.
    • A pool.
    • Obsolete The language or cannot of thieves, tramps, or underworld figures.
    • a-sudden, brief, intense show of light.
    • an abrupt, brief, intense show of light.
    • A preparation of capsicum, burnt sugar, etc., for coloring and providing a fictitious strength to liquors.
    • A sudden perception: a flash of understanding.
    • Slang Gaudy or ostentatious screen: "The traditional flash and trash of a mature south Ca have actually provided method to a sleeker age cultural hip” ( Newsweek).
    • A reservoir and sluiceway beside a navigable stream, just above a shoal, so the stream may put in liquid as ships pass, and so keep them on the shoal.
    • A sudden perception: a flash of understanding.
    • A sudden rush of light; a flooding of light instantaneously showing up and disappearing; a momentary blaze.
    • A flashlight.
    • A split second; an immediate: i will be to my way in a flash.
    • a lamp for providing intense temporary light to take an image.
    • A split second; an instantaneous: i'm going to be to my method super fast.
    • an abrupt explosion of light; a flood of light instantaneously showing up and disappearing; a momentary blaze.
    • a short development dispatch or transmission.
    • A sudden and brilliant burst, as of wit or genius; a momentary brightness or tv show.
    • A brief news dispatch or transmission.
    • Same as torch.
    • Instantaneous illumination for photography: photo by flash.
    • Slang Gaudy or ostentatious display: "The antique flash and rubbish of an older southern California have actually given solution to a sleeker age cultural hip” ( Newsweek).
    • Slang Gaudy or ostentatious show: "The antique flash and trash of an adult southern California have actually provided solution to a sleeker age of cultural hip” ( Newsweek).
    • a computer device, including a flashbulb, flashgun, or flash lamp, familiar with produce such illumination.
    • A short news product providing recently received and usually preliminary information regarding a meeting that is considered essential adequate to interrupt typical broadcasting or any other development distribution services; also referred to as a news flash or bulletin.
    • enough time during which a flash can be viewed; an instant; a tremendously brief period.
    • A flashlight.
    • A flashlight.
    • A preparation of capsicum, burnt sugar, etc., for color and providing a fictitious strength to liquors.
    • a-sudden and brilliant burst, by wit or wizard; a momentary brightness or tv show.
    • Instantaneous lighting for photography: picture by flash.
    • Instantaneous lighting for photography: photograph by flash.
    • a lamp for supplying intense temporary light to simply take an image.
    • a computer device, eg a flashbulb, flashgun, or flash lamp, always create these types of illumination.
    • Slang The pleasurable feeling that accompanies the use of a drug; a rush.
    • The time where a flash is seen; an instant; a tremendously brief period.
    • Slang or cant of thieves and prostitutes.
    • Slang The enjoyable feeling that accompanies the usage of a drug; a rush.
    • identical to torch.
    • A pool.
    • outdated The language or cant of thieves, tramps, or underworld figures.
    • A preparation of capsicum, burnt sugar, etc., for coloring and offering a fictitious power to liquors.
    • outdated The language or cannot of thieves, tramps, or underworld figures.
    • a computer device, particularly a flashbulb, flashgun, or flash lamp, used to produce such lighting.
    • a lamp for offering intense momentary light to just take a photograph.
    • Slang The enjoyable sensation that accompanies using a drug; a rush.
    • A reservoir and sluiceway beside a navigable flow, only above a shoal, so that the flow may put in water as ships pass, and thus keep them across shoal.
    • a quick news item supplying recently received and in most cases preliminary details about a conference that is considered crucial adequate to interrupt normal broadcasting or other development delivery solutions; also known as a news flash or bulletin.
    • identical to flashlight.
    • Obsolete The language or cant of thieves, tramps, or underworld numbers.
    • a brief news item supplying recently gotten and in most cases preliminary information on a conference this is certainly considered crucial adequate to interrupt typical broadcasting or other news distribution solutions; also referred to as a news flash or bulletin.
    • an abrupt burst of flame or light; a light instantaneously appearing and disappearing; a gleam: as, a flash from a gun.
    • Slang or cannot of thieves and prostitutes.
    • a-sudden rush of something thought to be resembling light with its effect, as color, wit, glee, power, passion, etc.; a brief, vivid, and brilliant outburst; a momentary brightness or tv show.
    • A pool.
    • enough time occupied by a flash of light; a very short-period; a transient condition; an immediate.
    • A reservoir and sluiceway beside a navigable stream, only above a shoal, so the flow may pour in liquid as ships go, and so bear them throughout the shoal.
    • A sudden burst of flame or light; a light instantaneously appearing and vanishing; a gleam: because, a flash from a gun.
    • a-sudden rush of flame or light; a light instantaneously appearing and disappearing; a gleam: because, a flash from a gun.
    • Slang or cannot of thieves and prostitutes.
    • plural The hot phase of a fever.
    • a-sudden burst of anything considered to be resembling light in its result, as color, wit, glee, energy, enthusiasm, etc.; a brief, vivid, and brilliant outburst; a momentary brightness or program.
    • A sudden explosion of something considered to be resembling light in its effect, as shade, wit, glee, energy, enthusiasm, etc.; a quick, brilliant, and brilliant outburst; a momentary brightness or tv show.
    • A pool.
    • The time occupied by a flash of light; a rather short-period; a transient state; an instantaneous.
    • A reservoir and sluiceway beside a navigable flow, simply above a shoal, so that the flow may put in water as boats pass, and therefore keep them across shoal.
    • The time occupied by a flash of light; an extremely little while; a transient state; an instantaneous.
    • plural The hot phase of a fever.
    • A showy or blustering person.
    • plural The hot phase of a fever.
    • A quibble; jugglery with terms.
    • A showy or blustering person.
    • A showy or blustering person.
    • A shoot of a plant.
    • A quibble; jugglery with words.
    • A quibble; jugglery with terms.
    • A preparation of capsicum, burnt sugar, etc., useful for color brandy and rum, and providing them with a factitious strength.
    • therefore— An unsuccessful effort or outburst; a fantastic endeavor followed by failure: said of an utterly abortive work which has been fashioned with much parade or self-confidence, of an ineffective outbreak of passion, etc.
    • A shoot of a plant.
    • A shoot of a plant.
    • A preparation of capsicum, burnt sugar, etc., used for coloring brandy and rum, and going for a factitious strength.
    • A preparation of capsicum, burnt sugar, etc., employed for coloring brandy and rum, and providing them with a factitious power.
    • Hence— An unsuccessful energy or outburst; a fantastic undertaking followed closely by failure: stated of an utterly abortive effort that is made with much parade or confidence, of an ineffective outbreak of enthusiasm, etc.
    • therefore— An unsuccessful work or outburst; an excellent undertaking followed closely by failure: said of an utterly abortive work that is made with much parade or confidence, of an ineffective outbreak of passion, etc.
    • a-sudden rush of fire or light; a light instantaneously showing up and vanishing; a gleam: since, a flash from a gun.
    • an abrupt burst of some thing seen as resembling light with its result, as color, wit, glee, energy, enthusiasm, etc.; a brief, vivid, and brilliant outburst; a momentary brightness or show.
    • the full time occupied by a flash of light; a tremendously short-period; a transient state; an instantaneous.
    • A pool of water.
    • a rapid, brief, temporary explosion of light.
    • plural The hot stage of a fever.
    • A sudden, short, temporary explosion of light.
    • A sluice or lock on a navigable lake, simply above a shoal, to improve water while art are passing.
    • A sudden, short, short-term burst of light.
    • A language, developed by a repressed minority to keep cultural identity, that can't be comprehended because of the ruling class; including, Ebonics.
    • A language, developed by a repressed minority to keep cultural identification, that cannot be comprehended because of the ruling class; including, Ebonics.
    • A sudden rush of fire or light; a light instantaneously showing up and vanishing; a gleam: as, a flash from a gun.
    • A body of water driven by violence.
    • A showy or blustering individual.
    • A language, produced by a repressed minority to keep up cultural identification, that cannot be comprehended because of the ruling course; including, Ebonics.
    • A pool of liquid.
    • a rather brief length of time.
    • A very short amount of time.
    • A sudden rush of something viewed as resembling light in its effect, as color, wit, glee, energy, passion, etc.; a brief, vivid, and brilliant outburst; a momentary brightness or tv show.
    • A pool of water.
    • A quibble; jugglery with words.
    • Material left across the edge of a moulded component at the parting line of the mould.
    • a tremendously quick amount of time.
    • A sluice or lock on a navigable river, just above a shoal, to raise the water while art are driving.
    • the full time occupied by a flash of light; a really short-period; a transient condition; an instantaneous.
    • a-sudden rush of flame or light; a light instantaneously showing up and disappearing; a gleam: because, a flash from a gun.
    • information left round the edge of a moulded part on parting line of the mould.
    • A shoot of a plant.
    • A sluice or lock on a navigable river, just above a shoal, to increase the water while craft tend to be driving.
    • A body of liquid driven by physical violence.
    • A preparation of capsicum, burnt sugar, etc., used for coloring brandy and rum, and giving them a factitious strength.
    • A body of water driven by assault.
    • The strips of bright cloth or buttons worn across the collars of marketplace dealers.
    • information left across the side of a moulded part in the parting distinct the mould.
    • an abrupt burst of one thing viewed as resembling light in its result, as color, wit, glee, power, enthusiasm, etc.; a brief, vivid, and brilliant outburst; a momentary brightness or show.
    • a-sudden, brief, short-term explosion of light.
    • A flashlight or electric burn.
    • the full time occupied by a flash of light; a tremendously short period; a transient state; an instantaneous.
    • Hence— An unsuccessful work or outburst; a brilliant undertaking followed closely by failure: said of an utterly abortive energy that has been created using much parade or self-confidence, of an ineffective outbreak of enthusiasm, etc.
    • A language, created by a repressed minority to keep up social identification, that can't be grasped because of the ruling class; for example, Ebonics.
    • The strips of brilliant cloth or buttons worn round the collars of market traders.
    • The pieces of bright cloth or buttons worn all over collars of marketplace traders.
    • plural The hot phase of a fever.
    • a rather brief amount of time.
    • A pattern in which each prop is tossed and caught just once.
    • A flashlight or electric torch.
    • A flashlight or electric burn.
    • A showy or blustering person.
    • Material left all over side of a moulded component during the parting type of the mould.
    • A pattern in which each prop is thrown and caught only one time.
    • A pattern in which each prop is thrown and caught just once.
    • plural The hot phase of a fever.
    • A quibble; jugglery with terms.
    • The strips of bright fabric or buttons worn across the collars of market traders.
    • A shoot of a plant.
    • In electricity, an accidental electric arc of short length of time and great power.
    • A flashlight or electric burn.
    • A showy or blustering person.
    • a lamp for supplying momentary light to just take an image
    • A preparation of capsicum, burnt sugar, etc., utilized for color brandy and rum, and giving them a factitious energy.
    • A quibble; jugglery with words.
    • A pattern in which each prop is thrown and caught only one time.
    • a short vivid knowledge
    • a bright patch of shade utilized for design or recognition
    • A pool of liquid.
    • A shoot of a plant.
    • Hence— An unsuccessful energy or outburst; a brilliant endeavor accompanied by failure: stated of an utterly abortive energy that's been fashioned with much parade or confidence, of an ineffective outbreak of enthusiasm, etc.
    • A sluice or lock on a navigable river, just above a shoal, to raise water while craft tend to be passing.
    • a gaudy outward display
    • In electricity, an accidental electric arc of short duration and great intensity.
    • a momentary brightness
    • In electricity, an accidental electric arc of brief duration and great intensity.
    • A body of water driven by violence.
    • a lamp for providing momentary light to simply take an image
    • A preparation of capsicum, burnt sugar, etc., employed for color brandy and rum, and giving them a factitious energy.
    • a lamp for supplying momentary light to just take a photograph
    • a short brilliant knowledge
    • For this reason— An unsuccessful work or outburst; an excellent endeavor accompanied by failure: stated of an utterly abortive energy which has been created using much parade or self-confidence, of an ineffective outbreak of enthusiasm, etc.
    • a quick brilliant experience
    • a bright spot of shade employed for decoration or recognition
    • a bright plot of shade useful for decoration or recognition
    • a gaudy outward display
    • a momentary brightness
    • A pool of water.
    • a quick news announcement concerning some on-going news tale
    • A sluice or lock on a navigable lake, only above a shoal, to improve water while craft tend to be moving.
    • In electrical energy, an accidental electric-arc of short period and great power.
    • a burst of light accustomed communicate or illuminate
    • A body of water driven by physical violence.
    • a lamp for providing temporary light to just take an image
    • a quick news statement regarding some on-going news story
    • a tremendously short-time (due to the fact time it takes the eye to blink or perhaps the heart to conquer)
    • a gaudy outward display
    • a brief vivid knowledge
    • a momentary brightness
    • a rapid burst of light; a flood of light instantaneously appearing and disappearing; a momentary blaze.
    • a burst of light used to communicate or illuminate
    • a bright patch of shade employed for decoration or recognition
    • a gaudy outward display
    • A pool of water.
    • a-sudden intense rush of radiant power
    • A sluice or lock on a navigable river, just above a shoal, to improve water while craft are driving.
    • a really short time (because the time it will require the eye to blink or the heart to conquer)
    • an abrupt burst of light; a flood of light instantaneously appearing and vanishing; a momentary blaze.
    • A body of liquid driven by violence.
    • In electricity, an accidental electric-arc of quick length and great strength.
    • a short news statement concerning some on-going development tale
    • an abrupt explosion of light; a flood of light instantaneously showing up and vanishing; a momentary blaze.
    • a lamp for providing momentary light to simply take an image
    • a rapid brilliant comprehension
    • a-sudden and brilliant explosion, since wit or wizard; a momentary brightness or show.
    • an abrupt rush of light; a flood of light instantaneously showing up and disappearing; a momentary blaze.
    • a short vivid experience
    • an abrupt intense rush of radiant energy
    • a burst of light familiar with communicate or illuminate
    • A sudden and brilliant rush, as of wit or genius; a momentary brightness or program.
    • enough time where a flash is visible; an instant; an extremely brief duration.
    • a bright spot of shade used for design or identification
    • A preparation of capsicum, burnt sugar, etc., for color and offering a fictitious energy to liquors.
    • The time during which a flash can be viewed; an instant; a really brief duration.
    • a gaudy outward display
    • a-sudden and brilliant burst, as of wit or wizard; a momentary brightness or tv show.
    • A preparation of capsicum, burnt sugar, etc., for color and offering a fictitious strength to liquors.
    • a momentary brightness
    • a-sudden and brilliant burst, as of wit or genius; a momentary brightness or tv show.
    • a tremendously small amount of time (while the time it takes the eye to blink and/or heart to beat)
    • a lamp for providing intense temporary light to take an image.
    • a momentary brightness
    • a rapid brilliant comprehension
    • The time during which a flash is seen; an immediate; a tremendously brief period.
    • The time during which a flash can be viewed; an immediate; a rather brief duration.
    • identical to torch.
    • A preparation of capsicum, burnt sugar, etc., for coloring and providing a fictitious strength to liquors.
    • A preparation of capsicum, burnt sugar, etc., for coloring and offering a fictitious strength to liquors.
    • A short development item supplying recently obtained and often preliminary information regarding a meeting that is considered essential adequate to interrupt regular broadcasting or other development distribution services; also known as a news flash or bulletin.
    • a lamp for offering intense momentary light to just take a photograph.
    • a lamp for providing intense momentary light to simply take an image.
    • a-sudden intense rush of radiant power
    • just like flashlight.
    • a brief development statement concerning some on-going news tale
    • a quick news statement concerning some on-going news tale
    • a quick news item providing recently obtained and in most cases preliminary information about a conference that is considered important adequate to interrupt typical broadcasting or any other development distribution services; also referred to as a news flash or bulletin.
    • Slang or cant of thieves and prostitutes.
    • a burst of light familiar with communicate or illuminate
    • A pool.
    • a burst of light familiar with communicate or illuminate
    • a rapid brilliant comprehension
    • A reservoir and sluiceway beside a navigable stream, only above a shoal, so your flow may pour in water as boats go, and thus bear them within the shoal.
    • a very small amount of time (since the time it can take the attention to blink or perhaps the heart to conquer)
    • an extremely limited time (given that time it will require a person's eye to blink or the heart to conquer)
    • a lamp for providing intense temporary light to just take a photograph.
    • an abrupt intense explosion of vibrant power
    • a rapid intense burst of radiant power
    • identical to torch.
    • a brief development item offering recently obtained and usually preliminary information regarding an event this is certainly considered important enough to interrupt normal broadcasting or other news distribution services; also referred to as a news flash or bulletin.
    • a sudden brilliant understanding
    • Slang or cannot of thieves and prostitutes.
    • A pool.
    • A reservoir and sluiceway beside a navigable flow, only above a shoal, so the flow may pour in liquid as boats go, and so keep them over the shoal.
    • identical to torch.
    • In electrical energy, an accidental electric-arc of brief length of time and great strength.
    • Slang or cant of thieves and prostitutes.
    • a quick news product offering recently received and often preliminary details about an event that's considered crucial adequate to interrupt typical broadcasting or any other news delivery services; also referred to as a news flash or bulletin.
    • a rapid burst of flame or light; a light instantaneously showing up and disappearing; a gleam: as, a flash from a gun.
    • A pool.
    • a lamp for offering temporary light to just take an image
    • a-sudden brilliant understanding
    • a short brilliant experience
    • A reservoir and sluiceway beside a navigable flow, just above a shoal, so that the flow may pour in water as ships go, and thus keep all of them on the shoal.
    • A sudden burst of some thing thought to be resembling light with its impact, as shade, wit, glee, energy, passion, etc.; a short, brilliant, and brilliant outburst; a momentary brightness or show.
    • the full time occupied by a flash of light; an extremely little while; a transient condition; an instant.
    • a bright plot of shade utilized for decoration or recognition
    • Slang or cannot of thieves and prostitutes.
    • plural The hot phase of a fever.
    • a gaudy outward screen
    • A pool.
    • A showy or blustering person.
    • a momentary brightness
    • A reservoir and sluiceway beside a navigable flow, only above a shoal, so the stream may pour in water as ships pass, and thus bear all of them within the shoal.
    • A quibble; jugglery with terms.
    • A shoot of a plant.
    • A preparation of capsicum, burnt sugar, etc., used for coloring brandy and rum, and giving them a factitious power.
    • a brief news statement regarding some on-going development tale
    • Hence— An unsuccessful energy or outburst; a fantastic undertaking followed by failure: stated of an utterly abortive energy that is made with much parade or confidence, of an ineffective outbreak of passion, etc.
    • a burst of light always communicate or illuminate
    • a rapid rush of flame or light; a light instantaneously appearing and vanishing; a gleam: as, a flash from a gun.
    • a really short period of time (as time it will take a person's eye to blink or even the heart to beat)
    • an abrupt intense rush of radiant energy
    • a rapid brilliant comprehension
    • a-sudden burst of something considered resembling light in its result, as color, wit, glee, power, passion, etc.; a brief, brilliant, and brilliant outburst; a momentary brightness or show.
    • an abrupt rush of flame or light; a light instantaneously showing up and disappearing; a gleam: as, a flash from a gun.
    • enough time occupied by a flash of light; a really short period; a transient condition; an instantaneous.
    • a-sudden burst of anything thought to be resembling light with its effect, as shade, wit, glee, power, passion, etc.; a quick, brilliant, and brilliant outburst; a momentary brightness or show.
    • plural The hot phase of a fever.
    • enough time occupied by a flash of light; a tremendously short-period; a transient condition; an instantaneous.
    • A showy or blustering individual.
    • plural The hot stage of a fever.
    • an abrupt rush of fire or light; a light instantaneously appearing and disappearing; a gleam: as, a flash from a gun.
    • A quibble; jugglery with terms.
    • A pool of liquid.
    • A showy or blustering individual.
    • a-sudden burst of anything considered to be resembling light with its effect, as shade, wit, glee, energy, enthusiasm, etc.; a brief, vivid, and brilliant outburst; a momentary brightness or program.
    • A shoot of a plant.
    • A sluice or lock on a navigable river, just above a shoal, to boost water while art tend to be passing.
    • enough time occupied by a flash of light; an extremely little while; a transient state; an immediate.
    • A preparation of capsicum, burnt sugar, etc., utilized for color brandy and rum, and providing them with a factitious energy.
    • A quibble; jugglery with terms.
    • A body of water driven by assault.
    • plural The hot phase of a fever.
    • ergo— An unsuccessful effort or outburst; a fantastic endeavor followed closely by failure: stated of an utterly abortive effort which has been made out of much parade or confidence, of an ineffective outbreak of passion, etc.
    • A shoot of a plant.
    • A showy or blustering individual.
    • A preparation of capsicum, burnt sugar, etc., employed for color brandy and rum, and going for a factitious strength.
    • For this reason— An unsuccessful work or outburst; a brilliant undertaking followed by failure: stated of an utterly abortive energy that has been fashioned with much parade or self-confidence, of an ineffective outbreak of enthusiasm, etc.
    • A quibble; jugglery with terms.
    • A shoot of a plant.
    • A preparation of capsicum, burnt sugar, etc., utilized for color brandy and rum, and providing them with a factitious strength.
    • For this reason— An unsuccessful effort or outburst; a brilliant endeavor accompanied by failure: stated of an utterly abortive work which has been fashioned with much parade or confidence, of an ineffective outbreak of enthusiasm, etc.
    • In electricity, an accidental electric arc of quick duration and great intensity.
    • A pool of water.
    • A sluice or lock on a navigable lake, only above a shoal, to raise the water while craft tend to be moving.
    • a lamp for offering temporary light to take a photograph
    • A pool of water.
    • a brief brilliant knowledge
    • A body of liquid driven by violence.
    • a bright patch of shade used for decoration or identification
    • A sluice or lock on a navigable lake, only above a shoal, to boost the water while craft are moving.
    • A body of water driven by violence.
    • a gaudy outward display
    • A pool of water.
    • a momentary brightness
    • A sluice or lock on a navigable river, simply above a shoal, to boost water while craft are driving.
    • A body of liquid driven by physical violence.
    • In electrical energy, an accidental electric arc of short length of time and great power.
    • a lamp for providing momentary light to take an image
    • In electricity, an accidental electric-arc of short length of time and great power.
    • a short vivid experience
    • a lamp for offering momentary light to just take an image
    • a quick brilliant knowledge
    • a bright area of shade useful for design or identification
    • a bright spot of shade utilized for design or recognition
    • a gaudy outward display
    • In electrical energy, an accidental electric-arc of quick length and great strength.
    • a gaudy outward display
    • a momentary brightness
    • a lamp for providing momentary light to simply take a photograph
    • a brief vivid experience
    • a bright plot of shade useful for design or recognition
    • a gaudy outward screen
    • a brief development announcement concerning some on-going development story
    • a temporary brightness
    • a burst of light regularly communicate or illuminate
    • an extremely short-time (once the time it requires the attention to blink and/or heart to beat)
    • a short news announcement regarding some on-going news story
    • a momentary brightness
    • a burst of light accustomed communicate or illuminate
    • a-sudden intense explosion of radiant energy
    • a very limited time (once the time it takes the attention to blink or even the heart to conquer)
    • a brief development statement regarding some on-going development story
    • a sudden brilliant understanding
    • an abrupt intense explosion of vibrant energy
    • a burst of light always communicate or illuminate
    • a quick development statement regarding some on-going development story
    • an abrupt brilliant comprehension
    • a burst of light accustomed communicate or illuminate
    • a really limited time (given that time it can take the eye to blink and/or heart to beat)
    • a rapid intense rush of vibrant energy
    • a really short-time (because the time it takes the eye to blink and/or heart to beat)
    • an abrupt intense burst of radiant energy
    • a sudden brilliant comprehension
    • an abrupt brilliant understanding
  • adjective:
    • taking place unexpectedly or quickly: flash freezing.
    • Slang Ostentatious; showy: a flash vehicle.
    • Of or relating to numbers of quarterly economic growth circulated because of the federal government and subject to later on revision.
    • Of or concerning photography using instantaneous illumination.
    • Of or relating to thieves, swindlers, and underworld numbers.
    • Happening out of the blue or very quickly: flash freezing.
    • Slang Ostentatious; showy: a flash vehicle.
    • taking place instantly or very quickly: flash freezing.
    • Happening suddenly or very quickly: flash freezing.
    • Slang Ostentatious; showy: a flash car.
    • Slang Ostentatious; showy: a flash car.
    • Of or relating to figures of quarterly economic development released because of the government and subject to later revision.
    • Of or concerning figures of quarterly economic development circulated by the federal government and subject to later on revision.
    • Of or relating to photography making use of instantaneous lighting.
    • Of or concerning photography utilizing instantaneous lighting.
    • Of or associated with thieves, swindlers, and underworld numbers.
    • Of or regarding thieves, swindlers, and underworld figures.
    • Of or regarding numbers of quarterly financial growth circulated because of the government and at the mercy of later modification.
    • Happening abruptly or rapidly: flash freezing.
    • Slang Ostentatious; showy: a flash car.
    • Of or associated with numbers of quarterly economic growth released by the federal government and susceptible to later modification.
    • Of or concerning photography making use of instantaneous lighting.
    • Of or relating to thieves, swindlers, and underworld figures.
    • Of or regarding photography utilizing instantaneous lighting.
    • Of or associated with thieves, swindlers, and underworld numbers.
    • taking place all of a sudden or very quickly: flash freezing.
    • Slang Ostentatious; showy: a flash vehicle.
    • Of or concerning numbers of quarterly financial development released by the government and subject to later revision.
    • Of or relating to photography making use of instantaneous lighting.
    • Of or relating to thieves, swindlers, and underworld numbers.
    • costly hunting and attention worthy; stylish.
    • Expensive searching and attention worthy; stylish.
    • Having many prepared cash.
    • Having a good amount of prepared cash.
    • Liable to show-off about pricey possessions or cash.
    • pricey hunting and interest worthwhile; fashionable.
    • Occurring extremely quickly, easily.
    • Having a great amount of ready cash.
    • Liable to show-off about expensive belongings or cash.
    • Liable to showcase about pricey possessions or cash.
    • happening extremely rapidly, almost instantaneously.
    • developing extremely rapidly, almost instantaneously.
    • pricey hunting and interest worthy; stylish.
    • Having plenty of ready money.
    • prone to flaunt about pricey possessions or cash.
    • Occurring very rapidly, almost instantaneously.
    • costly hunting and interest worthwhile; fashionable.
    • Having numerous prepared cash.
    • Liable to showcase about pricey possessions or cash.
    • high priced hunting and attention worthy; fashionable.
    • Having plenty of ready money.
    • developing extremely quickly, almost instantaneously.
    • Liable to show-off about high priced belongings or money.
    • Occurring really rapidly, almost instantaneously.
    • Showy, but counterfeit; low priced, pretentious, and vulgar
    • Using showy, fake ornaments; vulgarly pretentious; ; -- applied particularly to thieves, gamblers, and prostitutes that wear a showy means and put on much inexpensive precious jewelry.
    • Showy, but counterfeit; low priced, pretentious, and vulgar
    • sporting showy, fake ornaments; vulgarly pretentious; ; -- applied specially to thieves, gamblers, and prostitutes that dress yourself in a showy means and wear much inexpensive precious jewelry.
    • Showy, but counterfeit; low priced, pretentious, and vulgar
    • Wearing showy, fake ornaments; vulgarly pretentious; ; -- used particularly to thieves, gamblers, and prostitutes that clothe themselves in a showy means and put on much inexpensive jewellery.
    • Happening unexpectedly or rapidly: flash freezing.
    • Slang Ostentatious; showy: a flash automobile.
    • Of or concerning figures of quarterly financial growth introduced by the government and at the mercy of later on revision.
    • Of or regarding photography using instantaneous lighting.
    • Showy, but counterfeit; cheap, pretentious, and vulgar
    • Wearing showy, counterfeit ornaments; vulgarly pretentious; ; -- used specifically to thieves, gamblers, and prostitutes that dress yourself in a showy way and put on much inexpensive jewellery.
    • Of or relating to thieves, swindlers, and underworld numbers.
    • Happening instantly or quickly: flash freezing.
    • Slang Ostentatious; showy: a flash car.
    • Showy, but counterfeit; cheap, pretentious, and vulgar
    • Happening all of a sudden or rapidly: flash freezing.
    • Putting on showy, counterfeit ornaments; vulgarly pretentious; ; -- used specifically to thieves, gamblers, and prostitutes that clothe themselves in a showy means and use much cheap precious jewelry.
    • Of or concerning figures of quarterly economic growth circulated because of the federal government and at the mercy of later revision.
    • Slang Ostentatious; showy: a flash vehicle.
    • taking place all of a sudden or quickly: flash freezing.
    • Slang Ostentatious; showy: a flash automobile.
    • Showy, but counterfeit; cheap, pretentious, and vulgar
    • Of or concerning figures of quarterly economic growth released because of the government and at the mercy of later revision.
    • Of or relating to numbers of quarterly economic development circulated by the government and subject to later on modification.
    • Of or concerning photography using instantaneous illumination.
    • Wearing showy, counterfeit ornaments; vulgarly pretentious; ; -- used particularly to thieves, gamblers, and prostitutes that clothe themselves in a showy way and use much inexpensive precious jewelry.
    • Of or associated with photography utilizing instantaneous illumination.
    • Of or concerning thieves, swindlers, and underworld figures.
    • Of or relating to photography utilizing instantaneous illumination.
    • Of or associated with thieves, swindlers, and underworld figures.
    • Of or relating to thieves, swindlers, and underworld numbers.
    • Expensive searching and interest worthwhile; fashionable.
    • pricey looking and interest worthwhile; trendy.
    • pricey looking and interest worthwhile; stylish.
    • Having loads of prepared cash.
    • Having loads of prepared cash.
    • Having a great amount of prepared cash.
    • Liable to showcase about pricey possessions or cash.
    • pricey searching and interest worthy; trendy.
    • prone to showcase about pricey belongings or money.
    • Having a lot of ready money.
    • happening extremely quickly, easily.
    • happening really rapidly, almost instantaneously.
    • prone to present about pricey possessions or cash.
    • Liable to flaunt about pricey belongings or cash.
    • tastelessly showy
    • Occurring really rapidly, easily.
    • happening really rapidly, almost instantaneously.
    • tastelessly showy
    • tastelessly showy
    • tastelessly showy
    • tastelessly showy
    • Showy, but counterfeit; low priced, pretentious, and vulgar
    • sporting showy, counterfeit ornaments; vulgarly pretentious; ; -- applied specifically to thieves, gamblers, and prostitutes that dress in a showy method and put on much cheap jewellery.
    • Showy, but counterfeit; low priced, pretentious, and vulgar
    • Wearing showy, counterfeit ornaments; vulgarly pretentious; ; -- applied specially to thieves, gamblers, and prostitutes that dress yourself in a showy method and use much inexpensive jewellery.
    • Showy, but counterfeit; inexpensive, pretentious, and vulgar
    • sporting showy, fake ornaments; vulgarly pretentious; ; -- used specially to thieves, gamblers, and prostitutes that dress yourself in a showy way and wear much low priced precious jewelry.
    • Showy, but counterfeit; cheap, pretentious, and vulgar
    • Wearing showy, fake ornaments; vulgarly pretentious; ; -- applied specially to thieves, gamblers, and prostitutes that clothe themselves in a showy method and use much inexpensive jewellery.
    • tastelessly showy
    • tastelessly showy
    • tastelessly showy
    • tastelessly showy
    • tastelessly showy
  • idiom:
    • flash in the pan one which promises great success but fails.
    • flash inside cooking pan one which promises great success but fails.
    • flash within the cooking pan One that claims great success but fails.
    • flash into the cooking pan one which guarantees great success but fails.
    • flash within the cooking pan one which promises great success but fails.
    • flash within the pan one which guarantees great success but fails.
    • flash when you look at the cooking pan the one that guarantees great success but fails.
    • flash inside cooking pan one which guarantees great success but fails.
    • flash inside cooking pan One that claims great success but fails.
    • flash inside cooking pan one which claims great success but fails.
  • verb:
    • To briefly illuminate a scene.
    • To blink; to shine or illuminate intermittently.
    • becoming visible briefly.
    • to create noticeable shortly.
    • To briefly illuminate a scene.
    • To flaunt; to show in a showy manner.
    • To briefly illuminate a scene.
    • To blink; to shine or illuminate intermittently.
    • To briefly illuminate a scene.
    • To blink; to shine or illuminate intermittently.
    • To blink; to shine or illuminate intermittently.
    • is noticeable quickly.
    • is visible briefly.
    • to produce visible quickly.
    • To flaunt; to produce in a showy way.
    • To communicate rapidly.
    • to publish to your memory of an updatable component particularly a BIOS chip or games cartridge.
    • to reveal one's nude human body or underwear, or element of it, in public briefly.
    • to produce the pressure from a pressurized vessel.
    • to execute a flash.
    • To move, or cause to maneuver, all of a sudden
    • which will make noticeable quickly.
    • becoming visible shortly.
    • To communicate rapidly.
    • to publish on memory of an updatable element such as a BIOS processor chip or games cartridge.
    • In order to make noticeable shortly.
    • To flaunt; to display in a showy fashion.
    • to reveal an individual's naked human anatomy or undies, or element of it, in public areas quickly.
    • To briefly illuminate a scene.
    • To communicate quickly.
    • To release pressure from a pressurized vessel.
    • To flaunt; to show in a showy fashion.
    • to publish into memory of an updatable component like a BIOS chip or games cartridge.
    • To blink; to shine or illuminate intermittently.
    • To communicate quickly.
    • to execute a flash.
    • to create into the memory of an updatable element eg a BIOS processor chip or games cartridge.
    • to maneuver, or cause to go, unexpectedly
    • To expose your nude human body or underwear, or section of it, in public areas shortly.
    • To release the pressure from a pressurized vessel.
    • To expose your naked body or undies, or element of it, in public places briefly.
    • to do a flash.
    • is visible quickly.
    • to produce the stress from a pressurized vessel.
    • to maneuver, or trigger to maneuver, abruptly
    • to do a flash.
    • To make visible shortly.
    • To flaunt; to produce in a showy way.
    • to maneuver, or cause to maneuver, instantly
    • To communicate quickly.
    • To write into memory of an updatable element like a BIOS chip or games cartridge.
    • to reveal a person's nude body or undies, or part of it, in public places briefly.
    • to produce the stress from a pressurized vessel.
    • To briefly illuminate a scene.
    • To blink; to shine or illuminate intermittently.
    • to execute a flash.
    • to go, or cause to go, suddenly
    • is noticeable briefly.
    • to produce visible quickly.
    • To flaunt; to display in a showy way.
    • To communicate rapidly.
    • to create on memory of an updatable component such as for example a BIOS chip or games cartridge.
    • to reveal a person's naked human anatomy or undies, or part of it, in public places quickly.
    • to discharge the stress from a pressurized vessel.
    • to do a flash.
    • To move, or cause to maneuver, unexpectedly
    • To briefly illuminate a scene.
    • To blink; to shine or illuminate intermittently.
    • is noticeable shortly.
    • to create visible shortly.
    • To flaunt; to show in a showy way.
    • To communicate quickly.
    • To briefly illuminate a scene.
    • to create towards memory of an updatable component such as a BIOS processor chip or games cartridge.
    • To blink; to shine or illuminate intermittently.
    • To briefly illuminate a scene.
    • to reveal your nude human anatomy or underwear, or part of it, in public briefly.
    • To briefly illuminate a scene.
    • become noticeable shortly.
    • To blink; to shine or illuminate intermittently.
    • is visible shortly.
    • To blink; to shine or illuminate intermittently.
    • to create visible quickly.
    • to create noticeable shortly.
    • is visible shortly.
    • To flaunt; to produce in a showy manner.
    • to discharge the pressure from a pressurized vessel.
    • To flaunt; to show in a showy way.
    • to produce noticeable quickly.
    • To communicate rapidly.
    • To flaunt; to produce in a showy way.
    • To communicate rapidly.
    • To write towards the memory of an updatable component eg a BIOS chip or games cartridge.
    • To communicate rapidly.
    • to create towards the memory of an updatable element such as a BIOS chip or games cartridge.
    • To expose an individual's naked human anatomy or underwear, or element of it, in public places briefly.
    • to create towards memory of an updatable component such a BIOS processor chip or games cartridge.
    • To expose your nude human body or underwear, or element of it, in public briefly.
    • To release the pressure from a pressurized vessel.
    • to do a flash.
    • to discharge pressure from a pressurized vessel.
    • to reveal a person's naked body or underwear, or section of it, in public briefly.
    • to execute a flash.
    • to perform a flash.
    • to maneuver, or cause to move, all of a sudden
    • to go, or cause to go, abruptly
    • to produce pressure from a pressurized vessel.
    • to maneuver, or trigger to maneuver, suddenly
    • to execute a flash.
    • To move, or cause to move, all of a sudden
    • display proudly; work ostentatiously or pretentiously
    • run or go rapidly or hastily
    • gleam or radiance intermittently
    • display proudly; work ostentatiously or pretentiously
    • run or move rapidly or hastily
    • expose or show shortly
    • gleam or glow intermittently
    • give off a short burst of light
    • protect by covering with a thin sheet of metal
    • expose or tv show briefly
    • screen proudly; work ostentatiously or pretentiously
    • operate or move rapidly or hastily
    • look quickly
    • give off a short burst of light
    • make known or cause to show up with great rate
    • protect by addressing with a thin sheet of material
    • gleam or glow intermittently
    • look quickly
    • expose or show quickly
    • make understood or trigger to show up with great speed
    • give off a brief rush of light
    • screen proudly; work ostentatiously or pretentiously
    • protect by addressing with a thin sheet of metal
    • screen proudly; work ostentatiously or pretentiously
    • run or move quickly or hastily
    • run or go quickly or hastily
    • appear briefly
    • gleam or shine intermittently
    • gleam or radiance intermittently
    • make known or trigger to seem with great speed
    • expose or tv show quickly
    • expose or tv show shortly
    • emit a brief burst of light
    • give off a brief explosion of light
    • protect by covering with a thin sheet of metal
    • protect by covering with a thin sheet of steel
    • look briefly
    • appear shortly
    • make known or trigger to seem with great speed
    • make known or cause to appear with great rate
    • display proudly; act ostentatiously or pretentiously
    • operate or move quickly or hastily
    • gleam or radiance intermittently
    • expose or tv show shortly
    • give off a brief explosion of light
    • protect by covering with a thin sheet of metal
    • appear quickly
    • make known or trigger to seem with great rate
    • show proudly; work ostentatiously or pretentiously
    • run or move rapidly or hastily
    • screen proudly; work ostentatiously or pretentiously
    • gleam or glow intermittently
    • show proudly; work ostentatiously or pretentiously
    • expose or show briefly
    • run or move quickly or hastily
    • give off a brief burst of light
    • gleam or shine intermittently
    • protect by addressing with a thin sheet of metal
    • expose or tv show shortly
    • show proudly; work ostentatiously or pretentiously
    • look briefly
    • run or move very quickly or hastily
    • emit a brief burst of light
    • make understood or trigger to seem with great rate
    • protect by covering with a thin sheet of steel
    • gleam or radiance intermittently
    • run or go very quickly or hastily
    • look shortly
    • expose or tv show briefly
    • make known or cause to seem with great speed
    • gleam or radiance intermittently
    • expose or show briefly
    • emit a short burst of light
    • protect by covering with a thin sheet of metal
    • look shortly
    • make understood or cause to appear with great rate
    • give off a short burst of light
    • protect by addressing with a thin sheet of steel
    • appear shortly
    • make understood or trigger to seem with great rate
  • others:
    • To burst into abrupt flame; especially, to ignite and flare-up with unexpected and transient brilliancy; emit a bright flame for a second: since, the flashing-point of oil; the powder flashed when you look at the cooking pan.
    • To burst forth with unexpected brilliancy; use in a transient or adjustable gleam or glitter; give off flashes; gleam: since, the lightning flashed continuously.
    • to-burst into abrupt fire; particularly, to ignite and flare-up with unexpected and transient brilliancy; give off a bright fire for a second: since, the flashing-point of oil; the powder flashed in cooking pan.
    • To burst all of a sudden into view or perception; come or appear instantaneously: as, the scene flashed upon his sight; the perfect solution is of the problem flashed into his head.
    • To burst forth with abrupt brilliancy; use in a transient or adjustable gleam or glitter; give off flashes; gleam: because, the lightning flashed continually.
    • To burst abruptly into activity; use with sudden power or assault.
    • to-burst into abrupt fire; specifically, to ignite and flare-up with sudden and transient brilliancy; give off a bright fire for a minute: because, the flashing-point of oil; the dust flashed into the cooking pan.
    • To burst out of the blue into view or perception; come or appear instantaneously: because, the scene flashed upon his sight; the perfect solution is of issue flashed into their head.
    • To come, go, or pass in a flashing way; behave as if in or by a flash: since, canine flashed by in hot pursuit.
    • To burst forth with sudden brilliancy; use in a transient or variable gleam or sparkle; emit flashes; gleam: since, the lightning flashed continually.
    • To burst suddenly into activity; use with unexpected power or violence.
    • to-burst all of a sudden into view or perception; come or appear instantaneously: because, the scene flashed upon his sight; the perfect solution is regarding the problem flashed into his head.
    • in the future, go, or pass in a flashing fashion; act as if in or by a flash: since, canine flashed by in hot quest.
    • In glass-making, to expand, as blown cup, into a disk. See blinking, 1.
    • To burst all of a sudden into action; use with unexpected force or assault.
    • In glass-making, to expand, as blown cup, into a disk. See blinking, 1.
    • Hence, to fail after a showy or pretentious work; work or strive without outcome; surrender abruptly without accomplishing anything.
    • ahead, move, or pass in a flashing manner; work as if in or by a flash: as, your dog flashed by in hot quest.
    • ergo, to fail after a showy or pretentious work; act or strive without result; surrender instantly without achieving anything.
    • To give off or deliver forth in an abrupt flash or flashes; cause to seem with unexpected sparkle.
    • To emit or send forth in a-sudden flash or flashes; cause to show up with unexpected glitter.
    • In glass-making, to enhance, as blown cup, into a disk. See flashing, 1.
    • To cause to flame up all of a sudden, as by ignition; produce a flash from.
    • For this reason, to fail after a showy or pretentious energy; work or strive without result; give-up suddenly without accomplishing something.
    • To cause to flame up out of the blue, as by ignition; produce a flash from.
    • to share or deliver by instantaneous communication; trigger to seem or perhaps observed abruptly or startlingly: because, to flash a message across wires (of a telegraph).
    • To emit or deliver forth in a-sudden flash or flashes; cause to look with sudden sparkle.
    • to mention or send by instantaneous communication; cause to look or perhaps identified all of a sudden or startlingly: since, to flash an email over the wires (of a telegraph).
    • To cause to seem fancy; trick up in a showy way; streak; stripe.
    • To cause to flame up instantly, as by ignition; create a flash from.
    • resulting in to appear showy; technique up in a showy fashion; streak; stripe.
    • to mention or deliver by instantaneous communication; trigger to appear or perhaps recognized out of the blue or startlingly: as, to flash an email within the cables (of a telegraph).
    • In glass-making, to enhance to a-flat disk, once the blown world or size of glass, by revolving it as you're watching furnace-mouth, which will keep it hot and ductile; therefore, to utilize a film of coloured glass to by this procedure. See flashing, 1.
    • To burst into abrupt flame; specifically, to ignite and flare up with abrupt and transient brilliancy; give off a bright fire for a second: because, the flashing-point of oil; the powder flashed within the pan.
    • In glass-making, to enhance to a flat disk, given that blown world or size of glass, by revolving it in front of the furnace-mouth, which keeps it hot and ductile; thus, to make use of a film of colored cup to by this process. See blinking, 1.
    • In electric lighting effects, which will make (the carbon filament) incandescent. See blinking, 3.
    • To burst forth with abrupt brilliancy; break out in a transient or adjustable gleam or sparkle; emit flashes; gleam: since, the lightning flashed constantly.
    • To cause to look fancy; technique up in a showy way; streak; stripe.
    • to-burst unexpectedly into view or perception; come or appear instantaneously: since, the scene flashed upon his sight; the clear answer of this problem flashed into their head.
    • In glass-making, to enhance to a set disk, while the blown world or size of glass, by revolving it as you're watching furnace-mouth, which will keep it hot and ductile; therefore, to make use of a film of coloured glass to by this method. See blinking, 1.
    • In electric lighting, to help make (the carbon filament) incandescent. See blinking, 3.
    • In electric illumination, to create (the carbon filament) incandescent. See blinking, 3.
    • To burst out of the blue into action; break out with abrupt force or physical violence.
    • ahead, move, or pass in a flashing fashion; act as if in or by a flash: since, canine flashed by in hot goal.
    • to-burst into unexpected fire; specifically, to ignite and flare-up with abrupt and transient brilliancy; give off a bright flame for a minute: as, the flashing-point of oil; the dust flashed when you look at the cooking pan.
    • In glass-making, to enhance, as blown cup, into a disk. See flashing, 1.
    • To burst forth with sudden brilliancy; bust out in a transient or adjustable gleam or glitter; emit flashes; gleam: since, the lightning flashed continuously.
    • For this reason, to fail after a showy or pretentious work; work or strive without result; quit instantly without achieving anything.
    • To burst out of the blue into view or perception; come or appear instantaneously: because, the scene flashed upon their picture; the clear answer associated with problem flashed into their head.
    • To give off or send forth in a-sudden flash or flashes; cause to appear with unexpected glitter.
    • to-burst instantly into action; break out with unexpected force or physical violence.
    • to-burst into abrupt flame; especially, to ignite and flare up with abrupt and transient brilliancy; produce a bright fire for a minute: since, the flashing-point of oil; the dust flashed within the pan.
    • resulting in to flame up all of a sudden, as by ignition; produce a flash from.
    • ahead, move, or pass in a flashing fashion; work as if in or by a flash: as, canine flashed by in hot quest.
    • to-burst forth with abrupt brilliancy; use in a transient or adjustable gleam or glitter; give off flashes; gleam: since, the lightning flashed constantly.
    • to-burst instantly into view or perception; come or appear instantaneously: as, the scene flashed upon their picture; the answer of problem flashed into their head.
    • In glass-making, to grow, as blown glass, into a disk. See flashing, 1.
    • To convey or deliver by instantaneous interaction; cause to seem or be understood abruptly or startlingly: as, to flash a note over the cables (of a telegraph).
    • to-burst unexpectedly into activity; use with sudden power or violence.
    • thus, to fail after a showy or pretentious effort; work or strive without outcome; stop trying instantly without accomplishing anything.
    • To cause to show up showy; trick up in a showy way; streak; stripe.
    • in the future, go, or pass in a flashing fashion; behave as if in or by a flash: as, the dog flashed by in hot pursuit.
    • To dash (water); sprinkle.
    • To emit or send forth in a rapid flash or flashes; cause to seem with abrupt sparkle.
    • In glass-making, to enhance to a set disk, while the blown world or size of cup, by revolving it at the furnace-mouth, which will keep it hot and ductile; ergo, to use a film of coloured glass to by this procedure. See flashing, 1.
    • In glass-making, to expand, as blown cup, into a disk. See blinking, 1.
    • To cause to flame up unexpectedly, as by ignition; create a flash from.
    • For this reason, to fail after a showy or pretentious work; work or strive without result; throw in the towel out of the blue without accomplishing everything.
    • To splash; dash about, as water.
    • In electric lighting effects, to make (the carbon filament) incandescent. See blinking, 3.
    • To dash (liquid); sprinkle.
    • To convey or send by instantaneous communication; cause to look or perhaps identified instantly or startlingly: since, to flash a note over the wires (of a telegraph).
    • To dash (water); sprinkle.
    • To give off or send forth in a-sudden flash or flashes; cause appearing with sudden sparkle.
    • To cause to flame up instantly, as by ignition; produce a flash from.
    • resulting in appearing fancy; trick up in a showy manner; streak; stripe.
    • To splash; dash about, as liquid.
    • to improve the circulation of liquid in; flood with liquid from a reservoir or elsewhere, as a stream or a sewer; flush. See blinking.
    • To splash; dash about, as liquid.
    • To splash, as waves.
    • To increase the movement of water in; flooding with liquid from a reservoir or else, as a stream or a sewer; flush. See flashing.
    • to mention or send by instantaneous interaction; cause to appear or be perceived out of the blue or startlingly: because, to flash a message throughout the cables (of a telegraph).
    • In glass-making, to expand to an appartment disk, because the blown world or mass of glass, by revolving it as you're watching furnace-mouth, which will keep it hot and ductile; hence, to utilize a film of colored glass to by this process. See blinking, 1.
    • to boost the flow of liquid in; flood with water from a reservoir or otherwise, as a stream or a sewer; flush. See blinking.
    • To splash, as waves.
    • In electric lighting, to create (the carbon filament) incandescent. See flashing, 3.
    • resulting in to show up showy; strategy up in a showy manner; streak; stripe.
    • To splash, as waves.
    • In glass-making, to grow to an appartment disk, whilst the blown world or mass of glass, by revolving it as you're watching furnace-mouth, which keeps it hot and ductile; hence, to use a film of colored glass to by this technique. See flashing, 1.
    • In electric illumination, to make (the carbon filament) incandescent. See blinking, 3.
    • Insipid; vapid.
    • Of or with respect to or involving thieves, knaves, vagabonds, prostitutes, etc.: used specially to thieves' cant or jargon.
    • Insipid; vapid.
    • Vulgarly showy or gaudy: since, a flash dress; a flash design.
    • To dash (water); sprinkle.
    • Professional; smart; crack.
    • To splash; dash about, as liquid.
    • Insipid; vapid.
    • Of or related to or involving thieves, knaves, vagabonds, prostitutes, etc.: used especially to thieves' cant or jargon.
    • In photography, to pay for with an exceedingly thin layer, since material in a plating-bath.
    • Of or with respect to or connected with thieves, knaves, vagabonds, prostitutes, etc.: used especially to thieves' cannot or jargon.
    • Vulgarly showy or gaudy: because, a flash gown; a flash design.
    • To increase the movement of water in; flood with water from a reservoir or else, as a stream or a sewer; flush. See blinking.
    • Professional; smart; break.
    • To splash, as waves.
    • Vulgarly showy or gaudy: as, a flash gown; a flash style.
    • Expert; wise; break.
    • In photography, to pay for with an exceedingly slim level, since material in a plating-bath.
    • In photography, to pay for with an exceedingly thin level, by steel in a plating-bath.
    • To dash (liquid); sprinkle.
    • To splash; dash about, as water.
    • Insipid; vapid.
    • To increase the flow of water in; flood with liquid from a reservoir or elsewhere, as a stream or a sewer; flush. See blinking.
    • Of or pertaining to or related to thieves, knaves, vagabonds, prostitutes, etc.: applied particularly to thieves' cannot or jargon.
    • To dash (water); sprinkle.
    • To splash, as waves.
    • Vulgarly showy or gaudy: as, a flash gown; a flash design.
    • Expert; smart; crack.
    • To splash; dash about, as liquid.
    • In photography, to pay for with an exceedingly thin level, by material in a plating-bath.
    • Insipid; vapid.
    • Of or with respect to or related to thieves, knaves, vagabonds, prostitutes, etc.: used specifically to thieves' cant or jargon.
    • to improve the flow of water in; flooding with liquid from a reservoir or elsewhere, as a stream or a sewer; flush. See flashing.
    • Vulgarly showy or gaudy: because, a flash gown; a flash design.
    • To splash, as waves.
    • Expert; wise; break.
    • In photography, to cover with an exceedingly slim level, by metal in a plating-bath.
    • Insipid; vapid.
    • Of or regarding or associated with thieves, knaves, vagabonds, prostitutes, etc.: applied specifically to thieves' cant or jargon.
    • Vulgarly showy or gaudy: since, a flash dress; a flash style.
    • Expert; smart; crack.
    • In photography, to pay for with an exceedingly thin layer, by metal in a plating-bath.
    • to-burst into unexpected flame; particularly, to ignite and flare-up with sudden and transient brilliancy; give off a bright flame for an instant: as, the flashing-point of oil; the powder flashed within the pan.
    • To burst forth with sudden brilliancy; bust out in a transient or adjustable gleam or glitter; emit flashes; gleam: as, the lightning flashed continually.
    • To burst all of a sudden into view or perception; come or appear instantaneously: as, the scene flashed upon their picture; the solution of problem flashed into his brain.
    • To burst all of a sudden into action; break out with sudden power or physical violence.
    • ahead, move, or pass in a flashing way; behave as if in or by a flash: as, canine flashed by in hot pursuit.
    • In glass-making, to expand, as blown cup, into a disk. See blinking, 1.
    • thus, to fail after a showy or pretentious effort; act or strive without result; surrender unexpectedly without achieving something.
    • To produce or deliver forth in a-sudden flash or flashes; cause to show up with sudden sparkle.
    • resulting in to flame up suddenly, as by ignition; create a flash from.
    • To convey or deliver by instantaneous interaction; trigger to seem or be perceived abruptly or startlingly: as, to flash a message on the wires (of a telegraph).
    • To burst into unexpected fire; especially, to ignite and flare-up with sudden and transient brilliancy; give off a bright fire for an instant: since, the flashing-point of oil; the powder flashed within the cooking pan.
    • resulting in appearing showy; strategy up in a showy manner; streak; stripe.
    • In glass-making, to grow to a set disk, because the blown globe or mass of cup, by revolving it while watching furnace-mouth, which keeps it hot and ductile; therefore, to use a film of coloured glass to by this technique. See blinking, 1.
    • to-burst forth with abrupt brilliancy; use in a transient or adjustable gleam or sparkle; emit flashes; gleam: since, the lightning flashed constantly.
    • In electric lighting, which will make (the carbon filament) incandescent. See blinking, 3.
    • To burst instantly into view or perception; come or appear instantaneously: as, the scene flashed upon their sight; the solution regarding the problem flashed into his head.
    • to-burst instantly into action; use with unexpected force or violence.
    • in the future, move, or pass in a flashing fashion; act as if in or by a flash: since, your dog flashed by in hot pursuit.
    • to-burst into unexpected fire; specifically, to ignite and flare up with unexpected and transient brilliancy; emit a bright flame for a minute: as, the flashing-point of oil; the dust flashed in the cooking pan.
    • In glass-making, to expand, as blown glass, into a disk. See flashing, 1.
    • thus, to fail after a showy or pretentious energy; work or strive without result; surrender unexpectedly without achieving any such thing.
    • to-burst forth with abrupt brilliancy; use in a transient or variable gleam or glitter; give off flashes; gleam: since, the lightning flashed continually.
    • To emit or deliver forth in an abrupt flash or flashes; cause to seem with abrupt glitter.
    • To burst all of a sudden into view or perception; come or appear instantaneously: since, the scene flashed upon his picture; the answer regarding the issue flashed into his brain.
    • resulting in to flame up unexpectedly, as by ignition; create a flash from.
    • to-burst out of the blue into action; break out with sudden force or assault.
    • To convey or send by instantaneous interaction; trigger to seem or perhaps recognized instantly or startlingly: as, to flash a note over the cables (of a telegraph).
    • To come, go, or pass in a flashing fashion; behave as if in or by a flash: because, the dog flashed by in hot pursuit.
    • resulting in appearing showy; trick up in a showy manner; streak; stripe.
    • To burst into unexpected flame; specifically, to ignite and flare-up with sudden and transient brilliancy; produce a bright fire for a moment: because, the flashing-point of oil; the powder flashed inside pan.
    • In glass-making, to grow to an appartment disk, while the blown world or size of cup, by revolving it as you're watching furnace-mouth, which keeps it hot and ductile; thus, to use a film of colored cup to by this process. See flashing, 1.
    • In glass-making, to grow, as blown glass, into a disk. See blinking, 1.
    • therefore, to fail after a showy or pretentious effort; work or strive without outcome; quit all of a sudden without accomplishing anything.
    • In electric lighting, to help make (the carbon filament) incandescent. See flashing, 3.
    • To burst forth with unexpected brilliancy; bust out in a transient or variable gleam or sparkle; emit flashes; gleam: as, the lightning flashed continually.
    • To produce or send forth in a rapid flash or flashes; cause to look with unexpected glitter.
    • To dash (water); sprinkle.
    • To burst all of a sudden into view or perception; come or appear instantaneously: because, the scene flashed upon his sight; the answer for the problem flashed into his brain.
    • To splash; dash about, as water.
    • To burst unexpectedly into action; bust out with sudden force or physical violence.
    • To cause to flame up abruptly, as by ignition; produce a flash from.
    • to improve the circulation of water in; flooding with liquid from a reservoir or else, as a stream or a sewer; flush. See blinking.
    • To come, move, or pass in a flashing manner; behave as if in or by a flash: since, your dog flashed by in hot pursuit.
    • to mention or deliver by instantaneous interaction; trigger appearing or be recognized instantly or startlingly: because, to flash a note on the wires (of a telegraph).
    • To cause to look flashy; strategy up in a showy manner; streak; stripe.
    • In glass-making, to grow, as blown cup, into a disk. See flashing, 1.
    • In glass-making, to expand to a-flat disk, because the blown world or mass of cup, by revolving it in front of the furnace-mouth, which will keep it hot and ductile; thus, to use a film of coloured glass to by this process. See blinking, 1.
    • thus, to fail after a showy or pretentious energy; work or strive without outcome; give up unexpectedly without accomplishing any such thing.
    • To produce or deliver forth in an abrupt flash or flashes; cause appearing with unexpected glitter.
    • resulting in to flame up out of the blue, as by ignition; create a flash from.
    • To convey or deliver by instantaneous interaction; cause to show up or perhaps sensed all of a sudden or startlingly: since, to flash a message within the wires (of a telegraph).
    • resulting in to appear showy; trick up in a showy fashion; streak; stripe.
    • In glass-making, to grow to a-flat disk, because the blown world or mass of cup, by revolving it at the furnace-mouth, which will keep it hot and ductile; ergo, to utilize a film of coloured cup to by this method. See blinking, 1.
    • In electric illumination, in order to make (the carbon filament) incandescent. See flashing, 3.
    • In electric lighting effects, in order to make (the carbon filament) incandescent. See blinking, 3.
    • To splash, as waves.
    • Insipid; vapid.
    • To dash (water); sprinkle.
    • Of or with respect to or of thieves, knaves, vagabonds, prostitutes, etc.: used particularly to thieves' cannot or jargon.
    • Vulgarly showy or gaudy: since, a flash dress; a flash style.
    • To splash; dash about, as water.
    • Expert; smart; break.
    • To dash (water); sprinkle.
    • To increase the flow of water in; flooding with liquid from a reservoir or perhaps, as a stream or a sewer; flush. See blinking.
    • In photography, to pay for with an exceedingly slim level, since metal in a plating-bath.
    • To splash; dash about, as water.
    • To splash, as waves.
    • To increase the movement of water in; flood with liquid from a reservoir or elsewhere, as a stream or a sewer; flush. See blinking.
    • To splash, as waves.
    • To dash (liquid); sprinkle.
    • To splash; dash about, as water.
    • to improve the circulation of liquid in; flooding with water from a reservoir or else, as a stream or a sewer; flush. See blinking.
    • Insipid; vapid.
    • To splash, as waves.
    • Of or with respect to or of thieves, knaves, vagabonds, prostitutes, etc.: applied particularly to thieves' cant or jargon.
    • Insipid; vapid.
    • Vulgarly showy or gaudy: because, a flash gown; a flash style.
    • Of or related to or involving thieves, knaves, vagabonds, prostitutes, etc.: used especially to thieves' cant or jargon.
    • Professional; smart; crack.
    • Vulgarly showy or gaudy: since, a flash dress; a flash design.
    • In photography, to pay for with an exceedingly slim layer, since material in a plating-bath.
    • Insipid; vapid.
    • Professional; wise; break.
    • In photography, to pay for with an exceedingly thin level, at the time of metal in a plating-bath.
    • Of or with respect to or related to thieves, knaves, vagabonds, prostitutes, etc.: applied especially to thieves' cannot or jargon.
    • Vulgarly showy or gaudy: because, a flash gown; a flash style.
    • Expert; wise; crack.
    • In photography, to cover with an exceedingly slim level, as of metal in a plating-bath.

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