flash

  核心词汇  
[flæʃ]     [flæʃ]    
  • v. 闪光;闪现;掠过;忽然...;亵渎性暴露
  • n. 闪光(灯);恍然大悟;一刹那;闪现;[计算机]Adobe公司的动画技术
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flash的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

v. (动词)
  1. 闪光,闪烁
  2. 闪现,突然出现;飞驰,飞逝;掠过,忽然浮现(心头),突然显露(常与out连用)
  3. 愤怒地突然说出,突然发怒;激烈地发表
  4. 当众展露性器官,露阴(尤指男性)
  5. <美俚>(吸毒后)觉得飘飘然,(服用幻觉剂后)心荡神驰,感受迷幻药的效应
  6. 立即领悟,很快明白(常与 on 连用):
  7. 突然行动,飞速运动
  8. 夸示,炫耀
  9. 【化】闪蒸
  10. 【电影】突显,闪现;突然转向另一景
  11. 使闪光,使闪烁
  12. 使闪现
  13. 把(发亮的东西)晃一下
  14. 使掠过(心头)
  15. 快速发送(信息)
  16. 用光发出信号
  17. 使反射,使反光
  18. 【建】(用金属片等) 覆盖(屋顶等),用金属盖片保护,给…加防护板
n. (名词)
  1. 闪光
  2. 闪现
  3. 闪光灯
  4. 灯号的一闪,旗号的一挥
  5. 新闻快报,简短的电讯
  6. 【摄】闪光摄影术
  7. 徽章
  8. 一瞬间,刹那
  9. 闪发,焕发
  10. 浮夸,浮华,华而不实
  11. 衣饰漂亮的人
  12. 灌注的水
  13. 堰闸
  14. 【计】Adobe公司的动画技术
  15. 【化】闪蒸
adj. (形容词)
  1. 紧急的,火速的
  2. 浮华的,浮夸的,华而不实的,俗艳的
  3. 一闪而过的,突如其来的,迅猛而短暂的
  4. 闪光的,闪耀的
  5. 假的,伪造的
  6. 盗贼的,流氓的
  7. 高级的
  8. 暴涨的
  9. 庞大的

双解释义

v. (动词)
  1. vt. & vi. 闪光 send, give out, a sudden bright light
  2. vt. 发出或射出 send or reflect like a flash or flashes
n. (名词)
  1. [C]闪光,闪烁,闪现 sudden bright burst of light or flame
  2. [C]闪光灯 a bright light that you use with a camera for taking photographs
  3. [C](新闻)快报 a sudden important news story requiring immediate broadcast

英英释义

Noun:
  1. a sudden intense burst of radiant energy

  2. a momentary brightness

  3. a short vivid experience;

    "a flash of emotion swept over him"
    "the flashings of pain were a warning"

  4. a sudden brilliant understanding;

    "he had a flash of intuition"

  5. a very short time (as the time it takes the eye to blink or the heart to beat);

    "if I had the chance I'd do it in a flash"

  6. a gaudy outward display

  7. a burst of light used to communicate or illuminate

  8. a short news announcement concerning some on-going news story

  9. a bright patch of color used for decoration or identification;

    "red flashes adorned the airplane"
    "a flash sewn on his sleeve indicated the unit he belonged to"

  10. a lamp for providing momentary light to take a photograph

Adjective:
  1. tastelessly showy;

    "a flash car"
    "a flashy ring"
    "garish colors"
    "a gaudy costume"
    "loud sport shirts"
    "a meretricious yet stylish book"
    "tawdry ornaments"

Verb:
  1. gleam or glow intermittently;

    "The lights were flashing"

  2. appear briefly;

    "The headlines flashed on the screen"

  3. display proudly; act ostentatiously or pretentiously;

    "he showed off his new sports car"

  4. make known or cause to appear with great speed;

    "The latest intelligence is flashed to all command posts"

  5. run or move very quickly or hastily;

    "She dashed into the yard"

  6. expose or show briefly;

    "he flashed a $100 bill"

  7. protect by covering with a thin sheet of metal;

    "flash the roof"

  8. emit a brief burst of light;

    "A shooting star flashed and was gone"

flash的用法和样例:

例句

用作动词 (v.)
  1. Lighthouse and beacons flash at night.
    晚上灯塔与信号灯闪着光。
  2. A driver is not supposed to flash his lights at the coming vehicles.
    司机不该朝着迎面开来的车辆闪灯。
  3. Her eyes flashed with anger.
    她眼中冒出了怒火。
  4. The days seem to flash by.
    光阴似箭。
  5. It's foolish of you to flash out at a stupid remark.
    为一句蠢话而发怒,你真是太傻了。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. Flashes are not allowed to be used in this museum.
    这个博物馆里不准使用闪光灯。
  2. Flashes of lightning illuminated the scene.
    闪电的亮光照亮了现场。
  3. The answer came to her in a flash of inspiration.
    她突然来了一阵灵感,答案想出来了。
  4. In a flash, the truth came to him.
    突然间,他明白了真相。
  5. In a flash he remembered everything.
    一刹那,他记起了所有的事情。
  6. An idea popped into his mind like a flash.
    他头脑里突然闪过一个念头。
  7. An idea popped into his mind like a flash.
    他头脑里突然闪过一个念头。
  8. The train passed me as quickly as a flash.
    列车风驰电掣地从我面前开过。
  9. If you cant see the movie, Please download the Flash Plugin or Enter directly.
    如果你看不到动画,请点击下载动画插件或直接进入。

常见句型

用作动词 (v.)
用作不及物动词 S+~(+A)
  1. A little light flashed on the wall.
    墙上的一个小灯亮了。
  2. Headlights flashed on the road.
    公路上闪出车灯的亮光。
  3. A lighthouse was flashing afar.
    灯塔在远处闪光。
  4. Lighthouse and beacons flash at night.
    晚上灯塔与信号台闪着光。
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. Why is that driver flashing his lights?
    那个司机为什么一直闪车灯?
  2. He flashed a torch to guide me.
    他用火炬的亮光为我引路。
  3. The detective flashed his badge.
    那个侦探把他的徽章晃了一下。
  4. His eyes flashed a smile.
    他眼里闪现出微笑。
  5. The eyes of a hunting cat flashed green in reflection of the lights.
    猎猫的眼睛在灯光的反射下显现出绿色。
  6. My eyes flashed fire.
    我的眼睛里冒着火。
用作双宾动词 S+~+ pron./n. + n./pron.
  1. She flashed him a despairing glance.
    她绝望地瞥了他一眼。
  2. Lary flashes him a puzzled glance.
    拉里向他投以迷惑不解的目光。
  3. She flashed him a shy smile.
    她羞答答对他一笑。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. After a few fitful flashes it went out.
    断断续续闪烁几次就熄灭了。
  2. Did you use flash?
    你有没有用闪光灯?

常用短语

用作动词 (v.)
flash about (v.+adv.)
    〈非正〉炫耀 show so as to win admiration or jealousy
flash across (v.+prep.)
    闪现,掠过 come suddenly (into view; into the mind)
    flash across sth

    The lightning flashed across the sky.

    闪电闪过天空。

    A sudden smile of recognition flashed across his face.

    他脸上掠过一丝笑意,表示认识对方。

flash at (v.+prep.)
    对…闪光 send, give out, a sudden bright light
    flash sth at sb/sth

    Why is the driver flashing his lights at me?

    那司机为什么对我闪车灯?

    He flashed a furious glance at him.

    他愤恨地瞪了他一眼。

    The lighthouse flashes its signal at intervals of five seconds.

    灯塔每隔五秒钟闪一次信号。

flash back (v.+adv.)
    反射; 倒叙,跳跃到以前某时 reflect; invert narrate; return suddenly to an earlier time
    flash back at sb

    The sun caught the panes and flashed back at him.

    阳光照到窗玻璃上,又反射到她身上。

    flash back to sb/sth

    The film flashed back to the hero's youth.

    电影镜头忽然回到男主角的青年时代。

    My mind flashed back to last Christmas.

    我的脑海里又闪现出去年圣诞节的情景。

flash by (v.+adv.)
    掠过 come suddenly
    flash by

    A jet plane flashed by.

    一架喷气式飞机在空中掠过。

    The cars flashed by,I could not count them.

    汽车一闪而过,我无法数清数目。

flash forward (v.+adv.)
    倒叙,跳跃到以前某时 move suddenly to an earlier time
    flash forward

    The film flashed forward to show us the result of her decision.

    电影倒叙到从前的一个镜头,这样,我们就明白了她作出决定的理由。

flash into (v.+prep.)
    发出或射出 send or reflect like a flash or flashes
    flash into sth

    The idea flashed into his mind.

    这念头忽然闪过他的心头。

    flash sth into sb/sth

    Suddenly the beam of an electric torch was flashed into his face.

    忽然一道手电光射到他脸上。

flash out (v.+adv.)
    愤怒地说 speak angrily
    flash out

    The lights flashed out and the night became day.

    灯光一闪,夜晚就变为白天。

    引出直接引语

    “And don't speak to me like that!”she flashed out.

    “别跟我这么说话!”她生气地喊道。

flash through (v.+prep.)
    在(某人的心头)闪过 pass quickly through (one's mind)
flash up (v.+adv.)
    举起,亮出,晃出 hold (sth) up and allow it to be seen for a moment
    flash sth ⇔ up

    The traveller flashed up a sign to show passing motorists where he wanted to go.

    这位旅行者朝过往汽车晃动一个牌子,告诉司机他要去的地方。

    The teacher flashed up each word to see if the children would recognize it.

    老师朝孩子们打出一个个单词牌看看他们是否认识。

flash with (v.+prep.)
    闪光,发出,射出 send, give out, a sudden bright light
    flash with sth

    His eyes flash with anger.

    他眼中冒出怒火。

    Her eyes flashed with happiness.

    她的眼睛里闪耀着幸福的光彩。

用作名词 (n.)
a flash in the pan
    昙花一现sudden brilliant success that lasts only a short time and is not repeated
in〔like〕 a flash
    昙花一现sudden brilliant success that lasts only a short time and is not repeated

词汇搭配

用作动词 (v.)
~+名词 ~+介词
用作名词 (n.)
形容词+~ 名词+~ 介词+~ ~+介词

经典引文

  • The dark landscape is lit only by terrific flashes of lightning.

    出自: K. Clark
  • A flash flat in Chelsea of a bogus elegance.

    出自: W. Plomer
  • The wave flashing upon our decks..much salt water.

    出自: T. Herbert

flash的详细讲解:

词语用法

v. (动词)
  1. flash用作不及物动词可表示“闪光,闪出亮光”。指突然发出转瞬即逝的闪烁光芒或突然被闪光照亮。还可表示“掠过,一闪而过”,它既可指“(眼光等)闪耀,(思想)闪现”,也可指“(感情等)爆发”,常用“flash+介词短语”结构。
  2. flash用作及物动词时主要表示“使闪光,照射”,其后可接名词或代词作宾语,也可接以形容词充当补足语的复合宾语。
  3. flash偶尔可接双宾语,表示“向…瞥一眼”等。

词义辨析

v. (动词)
flash, glance, gleam, glint, glitter
  • 这组词都可以表示“发光,闪光”,其区别是:
  • glance指发出或投射出闪烁的光线; flash指突然发出转瞬即逝的闪烁光芒或突然被闪光照亮; gleam指透过间隔物或映衬在较暗背景上的微弱光线; glint强调光线的迅速闪耀; glitter指发出很灿烂的闪光,有时暗示怀有邪恶的意图。例如:
  • Headlights flashed on the road.公路上闪出车灯的亮光。
  • He flashed a torch to guide me.他用火炬的亮光为我引路。
  • The furniture gleamed after being polished.家具擦拭后闪闪发亮。
  • Her eyes glinted when she saw the money.她看到钱眼睛就发亮。
  • Her jewelry glittered under the spotlight.她的珠宝在聚光灯下闪闪发光。
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