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parts of speech:
transitive verb, intransitive verb, noun
flip one's lid, flip one's wig, flip out
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part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: flips, flipping, flipped
definition 1: to toss sharply so as to cause to turn over or spin.
The chef flipped the pancake in the air.The choice was made by flipping a coin.
definition 2: to toss with a snapping wrist motion.
He flipped the baseball to me with his usual air of confidence.Could you flip me the remote?
definition 3: to turn or overturn rapidly and easily.
She flipped the pages until she found the map.He flipped the turtle on its back.Those burgers will burn if you don't flip them soon.
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part of speech: intransitive verb
definition 1: to make a striking or flicking movement.
He flipped at the dog's nose with the newspaper.
definition 2: to move in a sudden or jerky manner, as with a flipper, wing, or the like.
The fish flipped left then right.
definition 3: to do a somersault in the air.
The gymnast flipped as part of her dismount.
definition 4: (slang) to become crazily excited or angry (often fol. by "out").
Her parents completely flipped out when they heard she had stayed out all night.If I get a good grade on this test, I will absolutely flip.
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phrase: flip one's lid, flip one's wig
part of speech: noun
definition 1: an act or instance of flipping, esp. a jerky movement.
With a flip of his wrist, he sent the stone flying.
definition 2: a somersault in the air.
The skater dazzled the audience with his flip at the end of the performance.She taught the dog to do a flip.
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phrase: flip out