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flash–forward

noun flash–for·ward \ˈflash-ˈfr-wərd\

Definition of FLASH-FORWARD

:  interruption of chronological sequence (as in a film or novel) by interjection of events of future occurrence; also :  an instance of flash-forward
flash forward intransitive verb

First Known Use of FLASH-FORWARD

1949

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