suomi-englanti sanakirja

flash englannista suomeksi

  1. leimahdus

  2. päällystää, verhota

  3. merkki

  4. välähtää

  5. tuokio

  6. purkaus

  7. vilkkua

  8. komeileva, pramea

  9. kiitää

  10. salamavalo, salama

  11. prameus

  12. väläyttää, vilauttaa

  13. valomerkki

  14. välähdys, väläys

  15. kiidättää

  16. prameilla

  17. uutisvälähdys

  1. väläyttää

  2. vilkkua, välkkyä of light

  3. vilahtaa; välähtää of light

  4. vilauttaa; väläyttää of light

  5. vilauttaa

  6. välähtää

  7. kiidättää

  8. temmata

  9. piikata, soittaa häläri">soittaa häläri, soittaa killeri">soittaa killeri slang

  10. haihtua

  11. flashata

  12. uudelleenkirjoittaa

  13. roiskuttaa

  14. välähdys, väläys, leimaus, leimahdus

  15. vilaus

  16. purse

  17. alakieli

  18. salama, salamavalo

  19. pramea, korea, i

  20. Substantiivi

flash englanniksi

  1. To cause to shine briefly or intermittently.

  2. (ux)

  3. To blink; to shine or illuminate intermittently.

  4. (RQ:Chambers Younger Set)

  5. To be visible briefly.

  6. (RQ:Maxwell Mirror and the Lamp)

  7. To make visible briefly.

  8. {{quote-journal|en|journal=Time|title='Thailand’s Inconvenient Truth.' Why This Billionaire Is Risking It All to Back Reform of the Monarchy|author=Charlie Campbell|date=Sept 14 2020

  9. To expose one's intimate body part or piece of clothing, often momentarily. (qualifier)

  10. To break forth like a sudden flood of light; to show a momentary brilliance.

  11. (quote-book)

  12. (quote-book)| chapter=Preface| title=Poems| edition=new and complete| location=Boston, Mass.| publisher=(w)| year=1856| page=20| pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=OmkgAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA20|oclc=2859714| passage=The Isabella ''(w)'', then, is a perfect treasure-house of graceful and felicitous words and images: almost in every stanza there occurs one of those vivid and picturesque turns of expression, by which the object is made to flash upon the eye of the mind, and which thrill the reader with a sudden delight.

  13. To flaunt; to display in a showy manner.

  14. To communicate quickly.

  15. To move, or cause to move, suddenly.

  16. (quote-web)|date=11 January 2011|passage=But they survived some real pressure as Murphy (footballer)|David Murphy flashed a header inches wide of Green|Rob Green's right-hand post(nb..).

  17. To telephone a person, only allowing the phone to ring once, in order to request a call back.

  18. To evaporate suddenly. (qualifier)''.

  19. To climb (a route) successfully on the first attempt.

  20. To write to the memory of (an updatable component such as a BIOS chip or games cartridge).

  21. To cover with a thin layer, as objects of glass with glass of a different colour.

  22. To expand (blown glass) into a disc.

  23. To send by some startling or sudden means.

  24. To burst out into violence.

  25. To perform a (l).

  26. To release the pressure from a pressurized vessel.

  27. To trick up in a showy manner.

  28. (quote-book) now generally believed to be by (w)|title=(play)|Lingua: Or, The Combat of the Tongue and the Five Senses for Superiority. A Comedy| series=A Select Collection of Old Plays| seriesvolume=V| location=London| publisher=for Robert Dodsley|Robert Dodsley| year=1607| year_published=1744| section=Act I, scene i| page=8| pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=x19eAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA8| oclc=46303288| passage=Oft have I ſeaſoned ſavory periods / With ſugar'd words, to delude Guſtus' taſte, / And oft embelliſh'd my entreative phraſe, / Limning and flaſhing it with various dyes, / To draw proud Viſus to me by the eyes: (..)

  29. To strike and throw up large bodies of water from the surface; to splash.

  30. 1590, (w), ''Faerie Queene|The Faerie Qveene. Disposed into Twelue Books, Fashioning XII. Morall Vertues'', London: Printed for Ponsonby (publisher)| William Ponsonbie, (w) 18024649, book II, canto VI, stanza XLII; republished as ''The Faerie Queene. By Edmund Spenser. With an Exact Collation of the Two Original Editions, Published by Himself at London in Quarto; the Former Containing the First Three Books Printed in 1590, and the Latter the Six Books in 1596. To which are Now Added, a New Life of the Author, and also a Glossary. Adorn'd with Thirty-two Copper-Plates, from the Original Drawings of the late W. Kent, Esq.; Architect and Principal Painter to His Majesty'', volume I, London: Printed for J. Brindley, in Street|New Bond-Street, and S. Wright, Clerk of His Majesty's Works, at Court|Hampton-Court, 1751, (w) 642577152, page 316:

  31. The varlet ſaw, when to the flood he came, / How without ſtop or ſtay he fiercely lept, / And deep himſelfe beducked in the ſame, / That in the lake his loftie creſt was ſteept, / Ne of his ſafetie ſeemed care he kept, / But with his raging armes he rudely flaſhd / The waves about, and all his armour ſwept, / That all the bloud and filth away was waſht, / Yet ſtill he bet the water, and the billows daſht.
  32. A sudden, short, temporary burst of light.

  33. A very short amount of time.

  34. (quote-book), in Britain, London|Little Britain, Martyn (publisher)|John Martyn, in St Paul's Cathedral|St. Pauls Church-yard, and (w), in the New Exchange| year=1680| pages=111–112| pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=xjQCAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA111| oclc=863522037| passage=For ''Empire'' and ''Greatneſs'' it importeth moſt, that a Nation do profeſs Arms as their principal Honour, Study and Occupation: (..) The Fabrick of the ''State of Sparta'' was wholly (though not wiſely) framed and compoſed to that Scope and End. The ''Perſians'' and ''Macedonians'' had it for a flaſh. The ''Galls'', ''Germans'', ''Goths'', ''Saxons'', ''Normans'', and others had it for a time.

  35. (quote-book) title=(w)| edition=1st American| location=Hartford, Conn.; Chicago, Ill.; Cincinnati, Oh.| publisher=The American Publishing Company; San Francisco, Calif.: A. Roman & Co.| year=1876| page=164| pageurl=https://archive.org/stream/adventuresoftoms00twaiialapage/164/mode/1up/|oclc=960100195| passage=Quick—something must be done! done in a flash, too! But the very imminence of the emergency paralyzed his invention.

  36. A flashlight; an electric torch.

  37. 1939, (w), ''(w)'', New York, N.Y.: (w), (w) 747046957; republished London: (w), 2011, Standard Book Number|ISBN |978-0-241-95628-1, page 34:

  38. I reached a flash out of my car pocket and went down-grade and looked at the car.
  39. A sudden and brilliant burst, as of genius or wit.

  40. (quote-book)|chapter=section I| title=Sketches of the Life and Character of Patrick Henry| location=Philadelphia, Pa.| publisher=Published by James Webster, No. 10, S. Eighth Street. William Brown, printer, Prune-street| year=1817| page=6| pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=mrcEAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA6| oclc=761448| passage=I cannot learn that he &91;(w)&93; gave, in his youth, any evidence of that precocity which sometimes distinguishes uncommon genius. His companions recollect no instance of premature wit, no striking sentiment, no flash of fancy, no remarkable beauty or strength of expression; and no indication, however slight, either of that impassioned love of liberty, or of that adventurous daring and intrepidity, which marked, so strongly, his future character.

  41. (quote-web)| title=Euro 2012: Montenegro 2 – 2 England| url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/15195384| archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20161005232423/http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/15195384| archivedate=5 October 2016|work=(w)| date=7 October 2011| passage=(w) insisted Rooney|Wayne Rooney was in the right frame of mind to play in stormy Podgorica despite his father's arrest on Thursday in a probe into alleged betting irregularities, but his flash of temper – when he kicked out at Džudović|Miodrag Dzudovic – suggested otherwise.

  42. Pizzazz, razzle-dazzle.

  43. Material left around the edge of a moulded part at the parting line of the mould.

  44. The strips of bright cloth or buttons worn around the collars of market traders.

  45. (senseid) A pattern where each prop is thrown and caught only once.

  46. A language, created by a minority to maintain cultural identity, that cannot be understood by the class.

  47. (clipping of)

  48. A preparation of capsicum, burnt sugar, etc., for colouring liquor to make it look stronger.

  49. A form of military insignia.

  50. Any of various lycaenid butterflies of the genera (taxlink), (taxlink) and (taxlink).

  51. (C) A flash (gloss).

  52. The sudden sensation of being "high" after taking a drug.

  53. (quote-book)|chapter=Slouching Towards Bethlehem|author=(w)|passage=At three-thirty that afternoon Max, Tom, and Sharon placed tabs under their tongues and sat together in the living room to wait for the flash.

  54. 1973, United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency, ''Proper and Improper Use of Drugs by Athletes: Hearings'' (page 645)

  55. A few seconds following the injection, the user experiences a sudden, intense generalized sensation which has both physiological and psychological characteristics. (..) pure, commercially produced products do not give a good flash (..)
  56. 1976, Robert H. Coombs, Lincoln J. Fry, Patricia G. Lewis, ''Socialization in Drug Abuse'' (page 123)

  57. The ''flash'' — the odd combination of a cocoon-comfort and an inexplicable physical ascendency to a "high" — provides the major incentive for the new experimenter to move to the next phase of his career.
  58. A newsflash.

  59. 1931, George Seldes, ''Can These Things Be!'', volume 25, page 274:

  60. The United Press got the flash "Germans declare martial law in Ruhr" (..)
  61. A brief exposure or making visible (of a smile, badge, etc).

  62. {{quote-book|en|date=2015-10-27|author=Tim O'Rourke|title=Flashes|publisher=Scholastic Inc.|isbn=9780545830591

  63. {{quote-book|en|date=2017-06-29|author=Ally Shields|title=Embers of Fire|publisher=Etopia Press|isbn=9781947135185

  64. {{quote-book|en|date=2018-10-03|author=Blaine Lee Pardoe|title=BattleTech Legends: Measure of a Hero|publisher=Catalyst Game Labs

  65. The (intentional or unintentional) exposure of an intimate body part or undergarment in public.

  66. ''panty flash''

  67. {{quote-book|en|date=2005-09-01|author=Lisa Cach|title=Have Glass Slippers, Will Travel|publisher=Simon and Schuster|isbn=9781416524373|page=256

  68. {{quote-book|en|date=2021-04-21|author=Tina Gray|title=Fantasy Lover|publisher=Pink Flamingo Media|isbn=9781954079144

  69. Expensive-looking and demanding attention; stylish; showy.

  70. 1892, Banjo Paterson, ''Man from Ironbark|The Man from Ironbark''

  71. The barber man was small and flash, as barbers mostly are,
    He wore a strike-your-fancy sash, he smoked a huge cigar;
  72. Having plenty of money.

  73. Liable to show off expensive possessions or money.

  74. 1990, ''of Cards (UK TV show)|House of Cards'', Season 1, Episode 1:

  75. Bit of a flash git, don't you think?
  76. Occurring very rapidly, almost instantaneously.

  77. Relating to thieves and vagabonds.

  78. A pool.

  79. a. 1646, (w), ''The Excellency of Holy Courage in Evil Times''

  80. their hearts lie lumpish as a Log that lies in a flash of water seven years together
  81. A reservoir and sluiceway beside a navigable stream, just above a shoal, so that the stream may pour in water as boats pass, and thus bear them over the shoal.

  82. (l) (gloss)

  83. (l)

  84. newsflash

  85. (l), (l)

  86. (l)

  87. flash