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English definition of “flirt”

flirt

verb [I] uk   /flɜːt/ us    /flɝːt/
to behave as if sexually attracted to someone, although not seriously: Christina was flirting with just about every man in the room.
Phrasal verbs

flirt

noun [C] uk   /flɜːt/ us    /flɝːt/
someone who behaves as if they are sexually attracted to a lot of people: He's a compulsive flirt.
flirty
adjective uk   us  
behaving as if you are sexually attracted to someone, although not seriously: flirty comments a flirty woman
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