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flap en inglés británico

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uk /flæp/ us /flæp/ -pp-


uk /flæp/ us /flæp/

(Definición de flap del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

flap en inglés americano

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flapverb [ I/T ]

us /flæp/ -pp-

flap verb [ I/T ] (WAVE)

(of a bird’s wings) to wave up and down while flying, or (of objects that cannot fly) to move quickly from side to side or up and down:

[ T ] A small bird flapped its wings.
[ I ] Flags flapped in the breeze.

flapnoun [ C ]

us /flæp/

flap noun [ C ] (PIECE)

a piece of cloth or other material attached along one edge to something else:

a pocket/tent flap

flap noun [ C ] (EMOTIONAL STATE)

a state of excitement or worry:

She caused a big flap when she told her husband about her parentsvisit.

flap noun [ C ] (WAVE)

a waving movement from side to side or up and down:

The bird flew into the air with a flap of its wings.

(Definición de flap del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)