Translation of flashback in Spanish:

flashback

Pronunciation: /ˈflæʃbæk/

n

  • [Cinema/Cine] [Literature/Literatura] flashback (m), escena (f) retrospectiva, analepsis (f) [formal]
    More example sentences
    • The talk show framing device allows Ricky (hidden in the shadows) to narrate his story in flashback.
    • The story is narrated in flashback by Louis, in a letter written from his prison cell.
    • While the film's story is told in flashback, it is certainly a look forward, into the future, for its director.

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