flip


flip
flip
flip1 [flip]
vt.
flipped, flipping [echoic]
1. to toss or move with a quick jerk; flick [flip the drawer shut]
2. to snap (a coin) into the air with the thumb, as in betting on which side will land uppermost
3. to turn or turn over [to flip pages in a book]
vi.
1. to make a quick, light stroke, as with the finger or a whip; snap
2. to move jerkily
3. to flip a coin, as in letting chance decide something
4. to turn over quickly; specif., to execute a flip
5. to look (through) in a quick, random manner
6. Slang to lose self-control as a result of excitement, anger, madness, etc.: also flip out
n.
1. the act or motion of flipping; snap, tap, jerk, or toss
2. a somersault in the air
——————
☆ flip one's lid or flip one's wig
Slang to lose self-control; go berserk
flip2 [flip]
n.
[prob. < FLIP1]
a sweetened mixed drink of beer, wine, or liquor with eggs, spices, etc.
flip3 [flip]
adj.
flipper, flippest [contr. < FLIPPANT]
Informal flippant; saucy; impertinent

English World dictionary. . 2014.

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