简明英汉词典

flash
[flAF]
[计]Macromedia 公司开发的动画编辑工具
n.
闪光, 闪现, 一瞬间
vi.
闪光, 闪现, 反射, 使迅速传便
vt.
使闪光, 反射
adj.
闪光的, 火速的

基本词义

Flash
Flash 由macromedia公司推出的交互式矢量图和 Web 动画的标准。网页设计者使用 Flash 创作出既漂亮又可改变尺寸的导航界面以及其他奇特的效果。

美国传统词典[双解]

flash
flash
AHD:[fl2sh]
D.J.[fl#.]
K.K.[fl#.]
v.(动词)
flashedflash.ingflash.es
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To burst forth into or as if into flame.
突然燃烧:突然迸发或象突然迸发似地发出火焰

(2)

To give off light or be lighted in sudden or intermittent bursts.
突然发光:迅速或间歇地熄灭或点燃灯火

(3)

To appear or occur suddenly:
闪现:突然显现或出现:
The image flashed onto the screen.
形象闪现在荧光屏上

(4)

To move or proceed rapidly:
飞驰:迅速移动或行进:
The cars flashed by.
汽车飞驰而过

(5)

Slang To think of or remember something suddenly:
【俚语】 突然想起或记起某事:
flashed on that time we got caught in the storm.
突然想起我们被困在暴风雨中的情景

(6)

Slang To expose oneself in an indecent manner.
【俚语】 表现不得体:以不得体的方式暴露自己
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To cause (light) to appear suddenly or in intermittent bursts.
突然出现:使(光)突然出现或间歇闪耀

(2)

To cause to burst into flame.
使发出火焰

(3)

To reflect (light).
反射(光)

(4)

To cause to reflect light from (a surface).
表面反光:使从(表面)反射光

(5)

To make known or signal by flashing lights.
以闪光做记号:通过闪光使人知道或发出信号

(6)

To communicate or display at great speed:
迅速传递:快速传递信息或炫耀:
flashed the news to the world capitals.
把消息迅速传递到世界主要城市中

(7)

To exhibit briefly.
短时间展览

(8)

To display ostentatiously; flaunt.
招摇:卖弄地炫耀;招摇

(9)

To fill suddenly with water.
灌水:使迅速充满水

(10)

To cover with a thin protective layer.
覆盖:以薄的保护层覆盖
n.(名词)

(1)

A sudden, brief, intense display of light.
闪光:突然的、短暂的、强烈的光的显现

(2)

A sudden perception:
突然领悟:
a flash of insight.
突然的洞察

(3)

A split second; an instant:
即刻;一瞬间:
I'll be on my way in a flash.
我马上就上路

(4)

A brief news dispatch or transmission.
简短的新闻报导或播送

(5)

Slang Gaudy or ostentatious display:
【俚语】 招摇:庸俗华丽的或炫耀式的展览:
“The antique flash and trash of an older southern California have given way to a sleeker age of cultural hip”(Newsweek)
“旧南加州往日的炫丽与糟粕,早已被文化嬉皮的时髦时代取代”(新闻周刊)

(6)

A flashlight.
闪电

(7)

Instantaneous illumination for photography:
闪光:摄影时瞬间的照亮:
photograph by flash.
闪光摄影

(8)

A device, such as a flashbulb, flashgun, or flash lamp, used to produce such illumination.
闪光灯:一种用来产生此种照明的装置,如闪光电灯、闪光枪或闪光灯

(9)

Slang The pleasurable sensation that accompanies the use of a drug; a rush.
【俚语】 幻觉:使用麻醉毒品而产生的一种愉悦的感觉;激情

(10)

Obsolete The language or cant of thieves, tramps, or underworld figures.
【废语】 盗贼的黑话:小偷、流浪汉或黑社会的人使用的语言或黑话
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Happening suddenly or very quickly:
突然的:突发的或迅速发生的:
flash freezing.
速冻

(2)

Slang Ostentatious; showy:
【俚语】 卖弄的;炫耀的:
a flash car.
浮华的轿车

(3)

Of or relating to figures of quarterly economic growth released by the government and subject to later revision.
经济增长率的:属于或有关政府发布的有待以后修改的季度经济增长数字

(4)

Of or relating to photography using instantaneous illumination.
利用闪光灯的:属于或有关使用瞬时照明摄影的

(5)

Of or relating to thieves, swindlers, and underworld figures.
与窃贼有关的:属于或有关小偷、骗子和黑社会人物的

习惯用语

flash in the pan
One that promises great success but fails.
昙花一现:许诺会取得巨大成功但失败了的人

语源

(1)

Middle English flashen [to splash]
中古英语 flashen [泼,溅]

(2)

variant of flasken
flasken的变体

(3)

[of imitative origin]
[源于拟声词]

参考词汇

(1)

flashgleamglanceglintsparkleglitterglistenshimmerglimmertwinklescintillate

(2)

These verbs mean to send forth light.
这些动词都指发光。

(3)

Flash refers to a sudden and brilliant but short-lived outburst of light:
Flash 指的是突然的、明亮的但短暂的发光:
A bolt of lightning flashed across the horizon.
一道闪电划过地平线。

(4)

Gleam implies transient or constant light that often appears against a dark background:
Gleam 暗指在黑色的背景上不断出现的短暂亮光:
“The light gleams an instant, then it's night once more” (Samuel Beckett).
“光亮闪了一会儿,然后马上又变成了黑夜” (塞缪尔·贝克特)。

(5)

Glance refers most often to light reflected obliquely:
Glance 最常用于指间接反射的光:
Moonlight glanced off the windows of the darkened building.
月光照在黑暗的建筑物的窗户上。

(6)

Glint applies to briefly gleaming or flashing light:
Glint 用以指短暂的发光或闪亮:
Rays of sun glinted among the autumn leaves.
太阳光穿过秋叶照射下来。

(7)

Sparkle suggests a rapid succession of little flashes of high brilliance (
Sparkle 指一系列迅速闪动的高亮度小闪光(
crystal that sparkled in the candlelight;
在烛光下闪烁的水晶;
frost sparkling on the pavement), and glitter, a similar succession of even greater intensity (
路面上闪耀的霜), 而glitter 是具有更高亮度的相似的一系列光点(
glittering mirrors). To glisten is to shine with a sparkling luster:
闪亮的镜子), glister 是发亮并伴随有闪闪的光泽:
The snow glistened in the dawn light.
雪在黎明的曙光中闪耀。

(8)

Shimmer means to shine with a soft, tremulous light:
Shimmer 意思是以柔和的、颤动的光照射:
“Everything about her shimmered and glimmered softly, as if her dress had been woven out of candle-beams” (Edith Wharton).
“她四周的所有物体都发出柔和的光,仿佛她的衣服是由烛光织成的” (埃迪斯·瓦顿)。

(9)

Glimmer refers to faint, fleeting light:
Glimmer 指的是微弱的、迅速消失的光:
“On the French coast, the light/Gleams, and is gone; the cliffs of England stand,/ Glimmering and vast, out in the tranquil bay” (Matthew Arnold). To twinkle is to shine with quick, intermittent flashes or gleams:
“在法国海滩上,光微弱地闪动着,然后消失了;英国的山崖耸立在宁静的海湾边,微微闪光,巨大无比” (马修·阿诺尔德)。Twinkle 就是迅速地、间歇地发光或闪亮:
“a few stars, twinkling faintly in the deep blue of the night sky” (Hugh Walpole).
“几颗星星在深蓝色的夜空中微微闪烁着” (休·沃波尔)。

(10)

Scintillate is applied to what flashes as if emitting sparks in a continuous stream:
Scintillate 用来指如同源源不断的河流上发出的光:
“ammonium chloride . . . depositing minute scintillating crystals on the windowpanes” (Primo Levi).See also Synonyms at blaze 1moment
“氯化铵…在窗玻璃上凝结成闪烁的晶体” (普里莫·列维)参见同义词 blaze1moment

现代英汉词典

flash
[flAF]
vt., vi.

(1)

闪光;闪烁
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。
His eyes flash with anger.
他眼中冒出怒火。
Soldiers's bayonets flashed in the sunlight.
士兵们的刺刀在阳光中闪闪发光。

(2)

闪现;掠过
The idea flashed into his mind.
这念头突然闪过他的脑海。
My mind flashed back to last Christmas.
我立刻回想起去年圣诞节的情景。

(3)

飞驰
The cars flashed past.
汽车飞驰而过。
The days flashed by.
光阴似箭。

(4)

闪出
to flash a message on the screen
屏幕上闪出一则消息

(5)

露阴,暴露性器官

词性变化

flash
n.

(1)

闪光
flashes of lightning
闪电

(2)

一闪;一晃;一挥

(3)

急报;简短电讯

(4)

闪光灯照相;闪光灯
Did you use flash when you took these pictures?
你拍这些照片时用闪光灯了吗?

(5)

闪光操纵器

习惯用语

flash in the pan
昙花一现

in a flash
即刻;一瞬间

词性变化

flash
adj.

(1)

突然的;短暂的

(2)

现代的;吸引人的
a flash car
现代新式车

现代英汉综合大辞典

flash
[flAF]
n.

(1)

闪光; 闪亮物

(2)

突然燃烧; (信号旗的)挥动

(3)

(思想等的)闪现

(4)

一刹那, 转瞬间

(5)

速[急]报, 简短电讯

(6)

(为帮助行船而开闸)灌注的水; 堰闸

(7)

浮华[夸], 虚饰; 华而不实; 衣饰 漂亮的人

(8)

引人注目者(尤指优秀运动员); 惹人注目的东西

(9)

手电筒;【摄】闪光灯下摄成的照片

(10)

(混合酒的)色料

(11)

【军】徽章、肩章

(12)

(盗贼等的)隐语, 黑话
a flash of lightning
闪电
a flash of hope
一线希望

词性变化

flash
vt.

(1)

使闪光[烁]; 使闪现

(2)

反照, 反射(back)

(3)

使迅速传遍; (火速)发出(电讯、电报等)

(4)

灌水使(船)浮过障碍物; 用水突然灌注[灌满]

(5)

[口]亮出(财物等); 炫耀; 卖弄

(6)

把(玻璃)制成薄片; 在...上覆以有色玻璃膜

(7)

给(屋顶)加覆盖物
flash a glance [a look, one's eyes] at
用眼瞟一下; 看一眼
The good news was flashed across [over] the country.
好消息闪电般传遍全国。

flash
vi.

(1)

(光焰等)一闪; 闪亮; (火药等)突然燃烧(off, out, up)

(2)

突然出现(forth, in, out); (机智、才能等)突然显现; 忽然想起

(3)

反射, 反照(back)

(4)

飞驰; 掠过

(5)

(河水等)泛滥; 暴涨

(6)

[美俚](服迷幻药后)感到恍恍忽忽
The express train “Beijing-Dalian” flashed past.
北京-大连特快车闪电般地掠过。

flash
adj.

(1)

闪光的, 闪耀的; 一闪而过的

(2)

浮华的, 浮夸的; 华而不实的

(3)

盗贼的, 流氓的

(4)

火速的

(5)

(洪水等)暴涨的

(6)

(相机)带有闪光设备的

(7)

[俚](旅馆等)高级的

继承用法

flash-arc
n.
火花弧

flashback
[5flAFbAk]
n.
(电影的)闪回; (小说等的)倒叙; 火舌回闪; (服迷幻药后)幻觉重现

flashbulb
n.
【摄】闪光灯(泡)

flash-cook
vt.
快速煮食

flashcube
n.
立体闪光灯

flash-dry
[`flAF`draI]
vt.
使快干

flash-forward
[`flAF9fR:wEd]
n.
(小说、电影等)提前叙述未来事件

flashlamp
n.
闪光灯(泡); 小电珠

flashlight
[5flAFlaIt]
n.

(1)

(灯塔、机场等的)闪光信号灯

(2)

手电筒

(3)

【摄】闪光; 闪光灯

(4)

闪光灯下摄成的照片

flash-loss
n.
闪光留量

flashman
n.

(1)

(通匪)劣绅

(2)

(拳赛的)赞助者

flash-up
n.
功率激增, (反应堆)功率增长

flashness
adj.

习惯用语

a flash in the pan
昙花一现的人[事物]

as quick as a flash
快如闪电般地

in a flash
转瞬间, 立刻

flash across
一闪而过, 掠过

flash back

(1)

反射; 闪现

(2)

(小说、剧本的)倒叙

flash by
一闪而过

flash past
一闪而过

flash into
一闪而入(视野、脑海等)

flash it away
[俚]炫耀.招摇

flash of merriment
短暂的欢乐

flash of wit
突然出现的机智, 灵机一动

flash on

(1)

立刻心领神会

(2)

[美俚](服迷幻药后)感觉飘飘然

flash out
勃然发怒

flash up
勃然发怒

flash upon
(思想、意念、回忆等)闪现心头, 掠过心头, 忽然想起

特殊用法

anodic flash
阳极瞬时处理

back flash
反闪

bottom flash
底飞边

breech flash
炮尾焰

busy flash
示忙闪烁

chemical flash
【摄】化学闪光

cloud flash
【地物】云中放电

colour flash
闪色

composite flash
【地物】多道闪电

electronic flash
【摄】电子闪光

getter flash
收气剂溅散

heading flash
船首闪灯

hot flash
【生理】潮热

instantaneous flash
瞬闪(火焰的)

lightning flash
电闪

long flash
(灯塔等的)长闪光

low flash
低闪点的

news flash
简讯; 广播新闻的短讯; 电讯

noise flash
噪声闪烁, 杂波闪烁

oil flash
油的闪蒸; 油的闪点

patter flash
[口]说(盗贼、流浪汉等的)黑话

single flash
一次闪蒸; 一次蒸馏; 急骤蒸馏

shoulder flash
红肩章

surface flash
喷溅, 表面溅点

vacuum flash
真空快速

welding flash
弧光灼伤

zinc flash
锌着色

参考词汇
flash     gleam     glitter     sparkle    
都含“一阵突然的、不稳定的光”的意思。

(1)

flash 指“突然、短暂一闪而又消失的亮光”, 如:
The light house flash es at night.
在晚上灯塔闪光。

(2)

gleam 指“瞬息的弱光”或“微弱的闪光”, 如:
We saw the gleam of headlights through the rain.
我们在雨中看见汽车前灯的微光。

(3)

glitter 指“闪光”、“灿烂的光辉”, 如:
The child was attracted by the glitter of the Christmas tree decorations.
这孩子被圣诞树上闪耀的装饰物吸引住了。

(4)

sparkle指“发出短暂间歇的闪光”即“火花”, 如:
They looked at the sparkle of litlle dancing waves in the sunlight.
他们望着阳光下起伏小浪上的闪光。

用法词典

flash

参考词汇

(1)

flash,gleam,glance,glint,glisten,spark,flicker这组动词的一般含义是“闪”或“闪耀”。

(2)

flash表示“忽明忽暗的闪光”。如手电筒的忽隐忽现的光,或活动着的反光体(如镜子)所反射出的光
A lighthouse was flashing in the distance.
一个灯塔在远处闪着光。
The lightning flashed across the sky.
闪电掠过天空。

(3)

gleam 一般表示透过某种媒介而现出的微弱的光,这种光由于微弱,有时也显得忽隐忽现,如在大雾中所看到的远处的灯光,或黄昏时透过毛毛细雨而看到的灯光;有时也表示在昏暗中忽隐忽现的弱光。

(4)

glance尤其表示急促的反射光,例如古代的刀、枪、剑、戟等兵器在阳光下闪烁的光亮。
Their helmets glanced in the sunlight.
他们的头盔在阳光下闪着亮光。

(5)

glint 用于表示迅速闪烁的微弱的光,如朝阳下露水珠上闪烁的微弱的光
Nothing can be compared, he maintains, with the first cock crow, the twittering of birds at dawn, the sight of the rising sun glinting on the trees and pastures.
金鸡初啼,黎明鸟语,那闪烁着朝晖的树木和草原的景色,这一切他认为无可比拟。
The sun glinted through the leaves after the shower.
阵雨过后,阳光透过叶隙闪烁着微弱的光芒。

(6)

glisten尤其指潮湿的物体上反映的有光泽的柔和光辉,如高山上积雪反射的光辉
Round about, piles of lime-stone glistened in all the colours of the rainbow.
周围一堆堆的石灰石,在彩虹一样的斑斓色彩中闪闪发光。
Her eyes were glistening with tears.
她眼睛中的泪水闪着柔和的光。

(7)

spark表示发出火星的光。

(8)

flicker表示如油灯或蜡烛的火苗要熄灭前扑动着的闪光
Sparks were emitted from small black boxes and red lamps flashed on and off angrily.
黑色的小盒子里发出火花,红灯刺目地忽亮忽灭。
He was so angry that his eyes sparked furiously.
他如此气愤,两只眼睛冒着怒火。
These lights flickered continuously like traffic lights which have gone mad.
这些灯象发狂的交通灯一样不停地闪动着。
The candle flickered and then went out.
那只蜡烛的火苗扑动着,后来就熄灭了。

英文相关词典

flash
blaze    cable    flame    flare    radio    telegraph    wire    

[七国语言]英汉地质大词典

flash
闪光

[七国语言]英汉电子大词典

flash
闪光

[七国语言]英汉电子工程大词典

flash
闪光

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

flash
闪电

[七国语言]英汉建筑大词典

flash
闪光

[七国语言]英汉轻工业大词典

flash
轧疤, 成形后余料

[七国语言]英汉物理大词典

flash
闪光

[七国语言]英汉冶金大词典

flash
焊瘤

英汉双解计算机词典

flash

闪烁
In computer graphics and videotex, a display mode in which the characters are blanked out at regular intervals under the control of a timing device in the receiver. In videotex it is used to highlight a part of the page.
计算机制图技术和可视图文技术中的一种显示方式,在此方式中,在接收机的定时装置控 制下,字符以有规律的间隔消失。在可视图文技术中,用来重点突出一页的某一部分。

美国传统词典

flash
flash
AHD:[fl2sh]
D.J.[fl#.]
K.K.[fl#.]
v.
flashed, flash.ing, flash.es
v.intr.

(1)

To burst forth into or as if into flame.

(2)

To give off light or be lighted in sudden or intermittent bursts.

(3)

To appear or occur suddenly:
The image flashed onto the screen.

(4)

To move or proceed rapidly:
The cars flashed by.

(5)

Slang To think of or remember something suddenly:
flashed on that time we got caught in the storm.

(6)

Slang To expose oneself in an indecent manner.
v.tr.

(1)

To cause (light) to appear suddenly or in intermittent bursts.

(2)

To cause to burst into flame.

(3)

To reflect (light).

(4)

To cause to reflect light from (a surface).

(5)

To make known or signal by flashing lights.

(6)

To communicate or display at great speed:
flashed the news to the world capitals.

(7)

To exhibit briefly.

(8)

To display ostentatiously; flaunt.

(9)

To fill suddenly with water.

(10)

To cover with a thin protective layer.
n.

(1)

A sudden, brief, intense display of light.

(2)

A sudden perception:
a flash of insight.

(3)

A split second; an instant:
I'll be on my way in a flash.

(4)

A brief news dispatch or transmission.

(5)

Slang Gaudy or ostentatious display:
“The antique flash and trash of an older southern California have given way to a sleeker age of cultural hip”(Newsweek)

(6)

A flashlight.

(7)

Instantaneous illumination for photography:
photograph by flash.

(8)

A device, such as a flashbulb, flashgun, or flash lamp, used to produce such illumination.

(9)

Slang The pleasurable sensation that accompanies the use of a drug; a rush.

(10)

Obsolete The language or cant of thieves, tramps, or underworld figures.
adj.

(1)

Happening suddenly or very quickly:
flash freezing.

(2)

Slang Ostentatious; showy:
a flash car.

(3)

Of or relating to figures of quarterly economic growth released by the government and subject to later revision.

(4)

Of or relating to photography using instantaneous illumination.

(5)

Of or relating to thieves, swindlers, and underworld figures.

习惯用语

flash in the pan
One that promises great success but fails.

语源

(1)

Middle English flashen [to splash]

(2)

variant of flasken

(3)

[of imitative origin]

参考词汇

(1)

flash, gleam, glance, glint, sparkle, glitter, glisten, shimmer, glimmer, twinkle, scintillate

(2)

These verbs mean to send forth light.

(3)

Flash refers to a sudden and brilliant but short-lived outburst of light:
A bolt of lightning flashed across the horizon.

(4)

Gleam implies transient or constant light that often appears against a dark background:
“The light gleams an instant, then it's night once more” (Samuel Beckett).

(5)

Glance refers most often to light reflected obliquely:
Moonlight glanced off the windows of the darkened building.

(6)

Glint applies to briefly gleaming or flashing light:
Rays of sun glinted among the autumn leaves.

(7)

Sparkle suggests a rapid succession of little flashes of high brilliance (
crystal that sparkled in the candlelight;
frost sparkling on the pavement), and glitter, a similar succession of even greater intensity (
glittering mirrors). To glisten is to shine with a sparkling luster:
The snow glistened in the dawn light.

(8)

Shimmer means to shine with a soft, tremulous light:
“Everything about her shimmered and glimmered softly, as if her dress had been woven out of candle-beams” (Edith Wharton).

(9)

Glimmer refers to faint, fleeting light:
“On the French coast, the light/Gleams, and is gone; the cliffs of England stand,/ Glimmering and vast, out in the tranquil bay” (Matthew Arnold). To twinkle is to shine with quick, intermittent flashes or gleams:
“a few stars, twinkling faintly in the deep blue of the night sky” (Hugh Walpole).

(10)

Scintillate is applied to what flashes as if emitting sparks in a continuous stream:
“ammonium chloride . . . depositing minute scintillating crystals on the windowpanes” (Primo Levi).See also Synonyms at blaze 1moment

[名词委审定]英汉机械工程名词(一, 定义版, 2000)

flash

(1)

闪蒸现象

(2)

在密封界面间液膜突然迅速汽化的一种现象。

[名词委审定]英汉石油名词(1994)

flash
闪蒸

英汉船舶大词典

flash
n.灌注,闪发;n.闪光

英汉电力大词典

flash
n.闪光,溢流,泄水

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

flash
闪光,显示;闪标;【修】快速

英汉电信大词典

flash
n.闪光,快速的

英汉地质大词典

flash
n.闪光,闪蒸,爆破采矿

英汉纺织大词典

flash
n.闪光,闪烁,光泽

英汉广播大词典

flash
n.闪合,闪景

英汉航海大词典

flash
n.堰闸,闪光

英汉航空大词典

flash
n.闪光;n.闪光,闪燃

英汉海运大词典

flash
手电筒,闪光,发出信号,(模塑)溢料,(锻件的)毛刺,闪光的,使闪光,闪烁,(火速地)发出(电报等),一闪,闪亮,反射,反照

基本词义

flash
闪光发出(电报、信号等)

基本词义

flash
闪光发出(电报、信号等)手电筒发出信号(模塑)溢料(锻件的)毛刺闪光的使闪光,闪烁(火速地)发出(电报等)一闪,闪亮反射,反照

基本词义

flash
闪光,闪烁手电筒(模塑)溢料(锻件的)毛刺闪光的使闪光,闪烁反照,反射(火速地)发出(电报等)一闪,闪亮反射,反照

基本词义

flash
闪光,闪烁发出信号(模塑)溢料(锻件的)毛刺闪光的使闪光,闪烁反照,反射(火速地)发出(电报等)一闪,闪亮反射,反照

英汉经贸大词典

flash
vt.闪光,烧化,拍出,泄水;n.闪光,毛边

英汉计算机大词典

flash
vt.闪光(烧化,拍出;n.闪光(毛边)

英汉机械大词典

flash
n.惨败,闪光

英汉建筑大词典

flash
n.隔弧板;n.火焰闪光抑制剂;n.急骤干燥;n.快热锅炉;n.闪光,光泽,亮度;n.闪光电弧,火花弧;n.闪光焊;n.闪光焊覆层,表面处理盖层;n.闪光卡,闪片;n.闪光烧伤;n.闪蒸干燥器

英汉农牧林大词典

flash
n.闪

英汉能源大词典

flash
n.惨败,闪光,闪蒸,爆破采矿

英汉水利大词典

flash
n.闪光,泄水,冲沙

英汉消防大词典

flash
①【消】闪燃<在液体表面上能产生足够的可燃气,遇火能一闪即灭的燃烧现象> ② 闪光

英汉心理学大词典

flash
闪光

英汉冶金大词典

flash
n.闪光,闪现

英汉仪器仪表术语词典

flash
闪光(拍照的)[ 由闪光泡或[电子]闪光装置发出的高亮度脉冲光。拍摄时用作主光和辅助光。(IXC)]

英汉医学大词典

flash
n.闪光,闪耀

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