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flash
Pronunciation: / ˈflas /

Translation of flash in English:

sustantivo masculino plural flashes

  • 2 (Radio, Televisión) tbflash informativo
    newsflash
Example sentences
  • Incorporará también una cámara frontal para videoconferencias y soporte para flash.
  • Parada ahí fue como ver un flash de foto vieja”.
  • Lamentablemente, no hay soporte para flash, un defecto curiosamente común en muchos smartphones.

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