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  • Info A flip is an acrobatic movement performed by vertically rotating oneself completely while in the air, usually begun by jumping.
  • I just felt like flipping that into a cover would be the right thing to.
  • A children's flip-up version of the first book was also issued.
  • Six cars went off track and one was flipped to its side.
  • The film flips back and forth between events that take place one year apart from each other.
  • After flipping her up, Johnson asked if they can take it to the next level.
  • There are also new flip-up seats and a new music system.
  • Each episode showed a different individual (or group of people) flipping a house.
  • After the game has been declared, the third hand is flipped and can be seen by the other players.
  • They are often flipping into formation on top of each other in their adventures.
  • They flipped a coin to see who would race in the first race.
  • The police found him dead at the crash site, where the car was completely flipped.
  • He or she does this by flipping over a card into the zone.
  • A house lost entire parts of its roof and walls and a mobile home was flipped over.
  • He started his career in real estate by flipping houses.
  • Daniel flips out and races back home to stand up to his mother for the last time.
  • He turned his back; and, flipping his gun over his left shoulder, fired without looking back. Cited from The Rules of the Game, by Stewart Edward White
  • Damage was reported to be significant, including flipped cars and major roof damage to numerous houses.
  • Brown then went back in the air, where he did splits and back-flips.
  • At the beginning of their turn, the player flips over the top card of their location deck.
  • Grande is also shown flipping through her hair while looking directly into the camera.
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Meaning of flip

  • noun Hot or cold alcoholic mixed drink containing a beaten egg
  • noun A sudden, quick movement
    with a flip of the wrist, the fish flipped over
  • noun The act of flipping a coin
  • noun A dive in which the diver somersaults before entering the water
  • verb Lightly throw to see which side comes up
    I don't know what to do--I may as well flip a coin!
  • verb Toss with a sharp movement so as to cause to turn over in the air
  • verb Cause to move with a flick
    he flicked his Bic
  • verb Throw or toss with a light motion
    flip me the beachball, toss me newspaper
  • verb Move with a flick or light motion
  • verb Turn upside down, or throw so as to reverse
    flip over the pork chop, turn over the pancakes
  • verb React in an excited, delighted, or surprised way
    he flipped when he heard that he was accepted into Princeton University
  • verb Go mad, go crazy
    He flipped when he heard that he was being laid off