Definition of 'flashback'
Example sentences containing 'flashback'
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Despite suffering flashbacks he decided to use the tram again on Friday afternoon. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It will all become clear when we show the flashbacks. The Sun (2007)Before that we get flashbacks in abundance. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Those who had slept were found to be more likely to experience flashbacks. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The pair off sick continue to suffer flashbacks. The Sun (2013)Little things like the weekly shop could trigger flashbacks. The Sun (2013)He suffers flashbacks and wakes clutching his nose. The Sun (2012)He suffered flashbacks but says that many others endured far worse trauma. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It seems that the same happens with grief although there will always be exceptions and often sudden flashbacks. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The only thing that will annoy you is the pointless cut scenes trying to tell the story via flashback. The Sun (2006)They said it could also lead to memory loss, flashbacks. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Producers want her to front a band in a club for an Eighties flashback scene. The Sun (2009)Yes, the script loses momentum as we get deeper into flashbacks towards the end. Times, Sunday Times (2015)By the second half, the far more interesting flashback scenes take over. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Tomorrow night, the flashbacks are made flesh. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It's then that you get all the flashbacks. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A sudden flashback gives her the tiniest hint of the life she once knew but had completely forgotten. The Sun (2016)In that split second I experienced a sudden flashback. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Coming down: drained; may experience flashbacks. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Her climactic flashback scene begins: 'Ten big men were chasing me down a dark street! Times, Sunday Times (2012)On my final afternoon, I have a vivid flashback. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Used Occasionally. flashback is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'flashback'
British English: flashback NOUN
In a film, novel, or play, a flashback is a scene that returns to events in the past.
There is even a flashback to the murder itself.
Definition of flashback from the Collins English Dictionary
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