flash off

flash off

To abruptly turn or go off, as of lights. As the man laughed manically, the lights in the haunted house flashed off, and we all screamed.
See also: flash, off

flash off

[for a light] to go off suddenly. (See also flash on.) The light flashed off and it was dark for a few minutes. When the lights flashed off, I was setting my watch.
See also: flash, off
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Tenders are invited for Fabrication And Erection Of Interconnection Of 8 Inch Diameter Exhaust Pipe From Flash Off Oven Exhaust Blower To Ms Chimney At Our Vadodara Plant
You will cast at plenty of stones and weed until you see one flash off the sand and nail your lure.
The singer is now able to flash off a new set of dentures thanks to dentist Darragh Mulrooney, who also famously fixed up Shane MacGowan's teeth.
The system comprises a well ventilated manual cleaning area, a flaming cell for surface treatment of polypropylene products, two semi-automatic painting booths, a flash off area and integrated baking oven with separate product cooling post bake.
The muzzle flash off short barrels typically large and bright even in full daylight.
In some lighting, it was better to turn the flash off.
The built-in flash provides a number of modes, including fill-in, slow syncro, auto, flash off, and red-eye reduction.
PrOlix will not damage wood, freeze, or flash off; so many practical uses.
We watched in awe as Spuggy would set Blue Flash off into the skies across our home city, hoping to maybe catch a glimpse of the creature flying overhead during our break times in the playground.
"Better leave the flash off on my camera - don't want a divorce!" she says.
To use wet, apply adhesive with the recommended trowel and allow to flash off for 5 to 10 minutes before installing flooring.
As we queued for the enclosure, we were warned several times: "Please turn your camera flash off. Pandas get alarmed by flashing." Quite.
Rood would walk across the front of the class and up and down the aisles, mostly sauntering along, then from time to time turning quickly to flash off some cut or irony.
Worse still, while us old timers wilily plotted our way around the course under leaden skies and the golf balls wobbled in the wind on the greens, pounds 120 billion was wiped in a flash off our pensions.