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Spanish translation of “flip”

flip

verb /flip/ (past tense, past participle flipped)
to throw (something) in the air (so that it turns)
tirar al aire
They flipped a coin to see which side it landed on.
(sometimes with over) to turn over quickly
hojear
She flipped over the pages of the book.
flip chart noun large sheets of paper that are fixed together at the top so you can turn the pages over while you are making a presentation to a group of people.
rotafolio, papelógrafo
(Definition of flip from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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