a flash in the pan
Can we use a flash in the pan in this sentence?
Everyone likes to have a car. But when they get it, they are not excited about it. So having a car is a flash in the pan.
Is this meaning correct?
a flash in the pan: it's interestingfor a short period of time
Re: a flash in the pan
Have a look at this link: flash in the pan - Wiktionary
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