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flashcube
American English: /ˈflæʃˌkjub/
British English: /ˈflaʃkjuːb/

Translation of flashcube in Spanish:

noun

  • (Photography)
    cubo (masculine) (de) flash
    flash (masculine) desechable
    Example sentences
    • It was a blur of revolving red lights on idling cars, and stern blue-uniformed men, and flashcubes popping everywhere.
    • Thousands of flashcubes popped for these and other daring routings.
    • ‘The theft of a twelve-million dollar painting by Vermeer,’ said the officer sternly, and all three Californians blinked as a flashcube went off in their faces.

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