fflach, fflachiad, fflachiadau, fflachiau, gwib, gwibiau, ngwib, ngwibiau, wib, wibiaufflachia, fflachia’, fflachio, felltenno, felltenasech, felltennaist, felltennais, felltennai, felltennaf, felltenna’, felltenna, felltenaswn, felltenasom, felltenasoch, felltenasit, felltenasid, felltenasent, felltenasem, felltennan, felltennant, felltennech, felltenned, felltennem, felltennen, felltennent, felltenner, felltennes, felltennest, felltennet, felltenni, felltennid, felltenniff, felltennir, felltennith, felltennoch, fflachiant, felltennodd, felltennom, felltennon, felltennont, felltennwch, felltennwn, felltennwyd, felltennwyf, felltennych, fflachi, fflachiaf, fflachiai, fflachiais, fflachiem, fflachian, felltenasant, fflachiasai, fflachiasant, fflachiasech, fflachiasem, fflachiasent, fflachiasid, fflachiasit, fflachiasoch, fflachiasom, fflachiaswn, fflachid, fflachiech, felltenasai, fflachiaist, melltenna, melltennom, fflachien, fflachient, fflachier, fflachies, fflachiest, fflachiet, fflachiff, fflachioch, fflachiodd, fflachiom, fflachion, fflachiont, fflachir, fflachith, melltenni, fflachiwn, melltenaswn, melltenasom, melltenasoch, melltenasit, melltenasid, melltenasent, melltenasem, melltenasech, melltenasant, melltenasai, fflachiych, fflachiwyf, fflachiwch, fflachiwyd, melltennych, melltennaf, melltennai, melltennais, melltennaist, melltennan, melltennant, melltennech, melltenned, melltennem, melltennen, melltennent, melltenner, melltennes, melltennest, fflachied, melltenna’, melltennwyf, melltennwyd, melltennwn, melltennwch, melltennont, melltennon, melltennet, melltennodd, melltennoch, melltenno, melltennith, melltennir, melltenniff, melltennidfflachio, felltennu, felltio, melltennu, melltio
Noun(1) a sudden intense burst of radiant energy(2) a momentary brightness(3) a short vivid experience(4) a sudden brilliant understanding(5) a very short time (as the time it takes the eye to blink or the heart to beat(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(10) a lamp for providing momentary light to take a photograph
Verb(1) gleam or glow intermittently(2) appear briefly(3) display proudly; act ostentatiously or pretentiously(4) make known or cause to appear with great speed(5) run or move very quickly or hastily(6) expose or show briefly(7) protect by covering with a thin sheet of metal(8) emit a brief burst of light
Adjective(1) tastelessly showy
(1) You leave a small tip and your companion thinks you're a cheapskate; a large one and she thinks you're a flash git.(2) There was a sudden flash that lit up the entire sky, changing the night to day for an instant.(3) Paul is manic and edgy on stage, with the occasional flash of surreal genius.(4) Mary looked at him then, looked at him for the first time since he'd come into the room, and she felt a brief flash of pity.(5) He drives a top of the range Mercedes but has not indulged himself with a fleet of the sort of flash cars favoured by some in the football world.(6) It is simply the case that in this world of convenience, flash holidays and big cars, working the land has lost its appeal.(7) They're stylish but not too flash , and practical too!(8) I'd always known that Mark was a bit of flash git.(9) The phone also is equipped with a camera featuring an attachable flash .(10) The flash car finally pulled up at a very large house with lots of trees and flowers beautifully landscaped.(11) People flash coy looks at one another, hoping that they won't be asked to make the first move and speak about what they make of it all.(12) He was hit with a sudden flash of vertigo, and his stomach rolled over in a lazy lurch.(13) A heliograph was a communications system consisting of two mirrors on a tripod used to flash signals with sunlight.(14) The trailing edge smoothed out well and the excess plastic flash just fell off.(15) If you are unable to completely turn the flash off on your camera you won't be able to achieve the look that you want.(16) She had a big flash house, probably a big flash car and loads of money in the bank.
1. flare ::
2. emblem ::
3. burst ::
4. news bulletin ::
5. ostentation ::
6. flashing ::
7. photoflash ::
8. blink of an eye ::
Blink o llygad
9. light up ::
11. expose oneself ::
amlygu eich hun
12. zoom ::
13. ostentate ::
14. blink ::
15. dart ::
16. flashy ::
Different Formsflash, flashed, flasher, flashers, flashes, flashing
Word Example from TV Shows
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and download your Bitcoin
onto a FLASH drive.
The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 9
- ...to The Flash playing tennis with himself?
- So funny.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 6
You know what? Flash your lights,
let him know it's you.
The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 24
It's on the Batman FLASH drive
on your key chain.
The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 9
Look at that. Put 'em in
a tiny Flash T-shirt, and it's you.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 8
English to Welsh Dictionary: flash
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