Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Flash"

The meaning of "Flash" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does i’ll flash you mean?
A: This is a term used more in younger people and it means to reveal or show some part of your body. (Usually in inappropriate areas)
Q: What does I'll flash you mean?
A: To flash someone usually means to pull your shirt up and show whats underneath to a person
Q: What does a blinding flash mean?
A: I see. In this sentence, it means "she knew the answers in a fast and unexpected speed."
Q: What does flash the readies
mean?
A: To display your money. "Readies" is from "ready cash", meaning money you have with you. To flash something can mean to show it off by pretending you just need to take it out for some other purpose- like "flashing a fancy watch" is checking the time very obviously so everyone can see your watch.
Q: What does It's a flash in the pan mean?
A: It's something that's happened only once. An action that is not repetitive.

Example sentences using "Flash"

Q: Please show me example sentences with flash on.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with in a flash or as quick as flash.
A: Just FYI, the second phrase is "quick as a flash", not "quick as flash"
Q: Please show me example sentences with flash by.
A: It can be anything that goes past quickly.

Cars flashed by in the outside lane.

From the window of the train, towns flashed by.

My childhood years in Italy flashed by.
Q: Please show me example sentences with in a flash.
A: I'll be there in a flash!

Synonyms of "Flash" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between in a flash and at a flash ?
A: In a flash = very quickly

At a flash is not really a correct expression..
Q: What is the difference between flash and flicker ?
A: Flash can have several different meanings, but in comparing these 2 words
Flash= a quick bright light
Flicker=a non steady light

-The lightening flashed across the sky.
-There was a flash from the camera.
-When the cannon went off, we saw a flash, then heard a “boom”.

-The candle light flicker gave a warm glow to the room.
-The flicker from the fireplace was mesmerizing.
Q: What is the difference between flash and flesh. Please leave audio :) ?
A: My audio isn't working sorry ;-; but I can tell you flash is something that's bright but passes very quickly (like Lightning ⚡ )

Flesh is like muscle and fat.

Flash has an "a" sound in it and flesh has a "e" sound in it so it's easily distinguished
Q: What is the difference between flash and Shine ?
A: The direct definition of "Flash" would be: "A sudden brief burst of bright light." or "move or pass very quickly."
You would use it in a sentence like this:
"A flash of lightning"
"She had a flash of inspiration"

Then the word "Shine" directly means: "(of the sun or another source of light) give out a bright light."
It can be used like this:
"Tom intends to go, rain or shine"
"If you wash it, your car will shine in the sun."

In summary, Flash is a short burst of light whereas Shine is a long-lasting light.

Translations of "Flash"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? It’s a flash card of potatoes. Should I say “These are potatoes.” or “This is potatoes?”
A: Look at what's in the picture! They are potatoes!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i'll flash you
A: 😂 I think you meant something else because “I’ll flash you “ means something bad in English write the word you want me to translate in Korean and I will try to help
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Flash and flash back
how do you use them in situations like looking back on something history or memories etc.
A: flash isn't really used for that type of situation but flashback can be used.

example: "i keep having flashbacks from when i was in school"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? flash
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Other questions about "Flash"

Q: flush
flash
flesh
does this sound natural?
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Q: I recently made flash cards for my co-workers. One side is written English phrase. and the other side is written japanese one, so that they can learn. does this sound natural?
A: The first sentence is great, but the second gets unnatural. Something like "One side has a written English phrase, and the other has its Japanese equivalent, so they can use them to learn," would be more natural.
Q: i got flash backs in my childhoods going through the pictures that is took when i was young. does this sound natural?
A: I got flashbacks of my childhood going through the pictures taken when I was young.
Q: The flash sunlight makes me blind for a while. does this sound natural?
A: We would say
the sun is too bright or the sun is blinding me
Q: I usually register to my flash card application after class what I learned. does this sound natural?
A: It would be better if you said " After class, I refer to what I learned by flash card application "

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