- v.发出闪光( flash的过去式和过去分词 ); （使）闪现; 映出; 显示
Her eyes flashed, but he held up a hand. "Let me finish."
In the city squares the neon lights flashed in turn.
He flashed his light into the boat and saw the fishing-line.
I flushed bright red as a spurt of anger flashed through me.
As the pictures flashed on the screen, the newsman continued talking.
Those lines of Milton flashed into my mind.
Her dark eyes flashed and she spoke rapidly.
I flashed a look at Sue.
Meg flashed Cissie a grateful smile.
Lightning flashed in the distance.
He flashed his headlights and jumped lanes whenever a gap opened up.
A sudden smile of recognition flashed across his face.
The lights flashed out and the night became day.
Suddenly the beam of an electric torch was flashed into his face.
" And don't speak to me like that!'she flashed out.
“ 别跟我那样说话! ” 她生气地喊道.
If the light flashed on and off several times, the dolphins were supposed to press the left-hand lever followed by the right-hand one.