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flash

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[flæʃ] [flæʃ]

vt.& vi.使闪光,使闪烁;拍出,发出(电报等);〈口〉炫耀

n.闪光;闪光灯下摄成的照片;一瞬间;浮华

adj.闪光的,闪耀的,一闪而过的;浮华的;庞大的

常用短语

  1. flash on

    顿悟,突然亮起来

  2. flash lamp

    [摄]闪光灯

  3. news flash

    最后新闻,简讯

  4. 更多词组短语 »

场景例句

  1. He's very flash, isn't he?

    他穿着十分奢华,不是吗?

    《牛津词典》

  2. What a vivid flash of lightning!

    多么明亮的一道闪光!

  3. Quick as a flash she was at his side.

    她旋即来到他身边。

    《牛津词典》

  4. 更多双语例句 »

近义词

同义词辨析

  • 以下词都有“火焰,烈火,光”的意思,区别是:
  • blaze 指猛烈燃烧所发生强烈的光。

    flame 指一条或多条火舌,多用复数形式,指由许多火舌构成的大火。

    flare 指摇曳的火焰。

    glow 指像冶炼铁和钢时发出的红光。

    glare 指眩目的光。

    flash 指突然发出而随即消失的闪光。

    glitter 指连续发出闪烁不定的光。

    twinkle 指如星光等的闪烁。

    light 普通用词,指日、月、星或灯等的光。

  • 以下词都有“闪光,闪烁,闪亮”的意思,区别是:
  • flash 指突然发出随即消失的闪光,如闪电的光。

    gleam 指透过间隔物或映衬于较暗背景上的微弱光线。也指闪光。

    glitter 指连续发出的闪烁不定的光,有时含贬义。

    sparkle 指发出闪动的光或火星。

    glow 指像熔铁余烬等发出的明亮、强烈、夺目的光。

    twinkle 指断断续续或摇晃不定的灿烂闪光。

单词家谱

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flash 闪耀,闪光,暴洪

拟声词,模仿物体或火把快速闪过的声音。比较clash,dash,flush,splash. 引申各相关词义。

flash (v.)

Middle English flashen, flasken (c. 1200), "sprinkle or splash (water, powder, etc.); to gush forth;" probably at least partly imitative (compare splash, dash), or in part from PIE *bhleu- "to swell, well up," extended form of root *bhel- (2) "to blow, swell." From c. 1400, of birds, "to dart or flit" also, of fire, "burst into flames." Some of the extended senses perhaps are from Scandinavian. Meanings "burst suddenly into view" (intransitive) and "emit or send forth suddenly" (transitive) are from 1580s. the Sense of "expose the genitals" is recorded by 1846. Related: Flashed; flashing. Flash card is from 1923.

flash (n.1)

1560s, "sudden burst of flame or light," from flash (v.); originally of lightning. Figuratively (of wit, laughter, anger, etc.) from c. 1600. Meaning "period occupied by a flash, very short time" is from 1620s. Sense of "superficial brilliancy" is from 1670s. Meaning "first news report" is from 1857. The comic book character dates to 1940. Meaning "photographic lamp" is from 1913. Flash cube (remember those?) is from 1965.

Flash in the pan (1704 literal, 1705 figurative) is from old-style firearms, where the powder might ignite in the pan but fail to spark the main charge; hence figurative sense "brilliant outburst followed by failure."

flash (n.2)

"sudden rush of water," 1660s, earlier "watery place or marsh, a swamp" (c. 1400; in place names from c. 1300), of uncertain origin or connection to flash (n.1); perhaps from Old French flache, from Middle Dutch vlacke. Flash flood is from 1940.

flash (adj.)

from flash (v.) in various and unconnected senses, often slang; sense of "of or associated with thieves, prostitutes, etc." is from c. 1700. That of "vulgar, showy" is from 1785 (it is older in flashy). That of "expert, smart" is from 1812.

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