or flash bulb
Origin of flashbulb
Also called flash.
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You aim, pull the trigger, and the shutter opens as the flashbulb goes off.
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- photog a small expendable glass light bulb formerly used to produce a bright flash of lightAlso called: photoflash Compare electronic flash
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