flash about (v.+adv.)
〈非正〉炫耀 show so as to win admiration or jealousy
flash across (v.+prep.)
显露,掠过 come suddenly (into view; into the mind)
flash across sth
The lightning flashed across the sky.
A sudden smile of recognition flashed across his face.
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?
He flashed a furious glance at him.
The lighthouse flashes its signal at intervals of five seconds.
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.
flash back to sb/sth
The film flashed back to the heros youth.
My mind flashed back to last Christmas.
flash by (v.+adv.)
掠过 come suddenly
A jet plane flashed by.
The cars flashed by,I could not count them.
flash forward (v.+adv.)
倒叙,跳跃到以前某时 move suddenly to an earlier time
The film flashed forward to show us the result of her decision.
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.
flash sth into sb/sth
Suddenly the beam of an electric torch was flashed into his face.
flash out (v.+adv.)
愤懑地说 speak angrily
The lights flashed out and the night became day.
“And dont speak to me like that!”she flashed out.
flash through (v.+prep.)
正在(或人的心头)闪过 pass quickly through (ones 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.
The teacher flashed up each word to see if the children would recognize it.
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.
Her eyes flashed with happiness.
a flash in the pan
好景不常sudden brilliant success that lasts only a short time and is not repeated
in〔like〕 a flash
好景不常sudden brilliant success that lasts only a short time and is not repeatedflash