be/get in a flap Meaning in Cambridge Learner Dictionary
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be/get in a flap

mainly UK informal
to be or become worried or excited: You shouldn't get in such a flap about things.Anxious and worried
Translations of “be/get in a flap”
in Russian переполошиться, паниковать…
in Turkish telaşlanmak, endişelenmek…
in Polish panikować…
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