English version

in/like a flash

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin/like a flashin/like a flash (also quick as a flash)FAST/QUICK very quickly Just wait here. I’ll be back in a flash. flash
Examples from the Corpus
in/like a flashIf he knew what I wanted he'd be out of the car and away in a flash of shock.It's all done in a flash these days.The computer can sort and edit a mailing list in a flash.It was over in a flash.The lesson seemed to pass in a flash.Two shots, they stop in a flash.Shelby chooses the green chair for her dad, then like a flash, she's off to the house.We went by the tower like a flash and landed on the red cross near the newly set-up hospital tent.He also had a nature that went violent in a flash.
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