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flip

verb
 
 
/flɪp/ ( present participle flipping, past tense and past participle flipped)
TURN OVER [I, T] to turn or make something turn onto a different side, or so that it is the wrong way up: to flip a coin/pancake The boat flipped right over.Changing directionGeneral words for movement
LOSE CONTROL [I] informal to become uncontrollably angry, crazy, or excited: Dad completely flipped when he saw the car.Becoming angry and expressing anger
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