Some articles on flash:
... The camera has a built-in manual pop-up flash. ...
... in Manila In the United Kingdom and Ireland, the product is sold under the brand name Flash this is because a company exists that uses the "Mr ... Furthermore, Flash does not use a mascot, unlike Mr ... For many years Flash was advertised on UK television by Scottish actress Molly Weir, with the catchphrase "Flash cleans floors WITHOUT scratching" ...
... Methodism was so well established in Flash during the 18th century that a chapel was built as early as 1784 ... This account suggests that Flash became a centre from which Methodism spread into other neighbouring villages, for example Hollinsclough ...
... Because of the fixed apertures, models with flash have no way of controlling the exposure from the flash ... Therefore flash pictures have to be taken within a narrow range of distance from the subject ... They may have special lamps or pre-flash systems designed to reduce red eye in flash pictures of people ...
... From 1947-48 he drew the Tarzan daily strip, then in 1951 revived the Flash Gordon daily strip ... died in 1967, Barry assumed responsibility of the Flash Gordon Sunday strip also ... He created the official poster for the 1980 movie version of Flash Gordon ...
More definitions of "flash":
- (noun): A very short time (as the time it takes the eye blink or the heart to beat).
Example: "If I had the chance I'd do it in a flash"
Synonyms: blink of an eye, heartbeat, instant, jiffy, split second, trice, twinkling, wink, New York minute
- (adj): Tastelessly showy.
Example: "A flash car"
Synonyms: brassy, cheap, flashy, garish, gaudy, gimcrack, loud, meretricious, tacky, tatty, tawdry, trashy
- (verb): Display proudly; act ostentatiously or pretentiously.
Synonyms: flaunt, show off, ostentate, swank
- (verb): Appear briefly.
Example: "The headlines flashed on the screen"
- (verb): Make known or cause to appear with great speed.
Example: "The latest intelligence is flashed to all command posts"
- (noun): A momentary brightness.
- (verb): Emit a brief burst of light.
Example: "A shooting star flashed and was gone"
- (noun): A short vivid experience.
Example: "A flash of emotion swept over him"
- (verb): Expose or show briefly.
Example: "He flashed a $100 bill"
- (verb): Protect by covering with a thin sheet of metal.
Example: "Flash the roof"
- (noun): A short news announcement concerning some on-going news story.
Synonyms: news bulletin, newsflash, newsbreak
- (noun): A sudden intense burst of radiant energy.
- (noun): A sudden brilliant understanding.
Example: "He had a flash of intuition"
- (noun): A lamp for providing momentary light to take a photograph.
Synonyms: photoflash, flash lamp, flashgun, flashbulb, flash bulb
- (noun): A bright patch of color used for decoration or identification.
Example: "Red flashes adorned the airplane"; "a flash sewn on his sleeve indicated the unit he belonged to"
Famous quotes containing the word flash:
“Here lies a man who was killed by lightning;
He died when his prospects seemed to be brightening.
He might have cut a flash in this world of trouble,
But the flash cut him, and he lies in the stubble.”
—Anonymous. From Booth, Epigrams Ancient and Modern (1863)
“I watched Satan fall from heaven like a flash of lightning.”
—Bible: New Testament, Luke 10:18.
“The point of the dragonflys terrible lip, the giant water bug, birdsong, or the beautiful dazzle and flash of sunlighted minnows, is not that it all fits together like clockwork--for it doesnt ... but that it all flows so freely wild, like the creek, that it all surges in such a free, finged tangle. Freedom is the worlds water and weather, the worlds nourishment freely given, its soil and sap: and the creator loves pizzazz.”
—Annie Dillard (b. 1945)