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flap

verb
 
 
/flæp/ ( present participle flapping, past tense and past participle flapped)
WINGS [T] If a bird flaps its wings, it moves them up and down.
(kanat vb.) çırpmak, aşağı yukarı sallamak
Animal (non-human) behaviour
MOVE [I] If something such as cloth or paper flaps, the side that is not fixed to something moves around, especially in the wind.
(rüzgârda) sallanmak, yalpalanmak
The curtains were flapping around in the breeze.Shaking, swinging and vibrating
WORRY [I] UK informal to become worried or excited about something
telaşlanmak, vesveselenmek, endişelenmek, heyecanlanmak
Don't flap! We've got plenty of time to get to the airport.Anxious and worried
Translations of “flap”
in Arabic يَخْفُق…
in Korean 펄럭대다…
in Malaysian kalut…
in French paniquer…
in Italian sbattere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 揮動, 振(翅), 撲打翅膀…
in Russian махать (крыльями), развеваться, колыхаться…
in Polish machać, trzepotać, łopotać…
in Vietnamese bối rối…
in Spanish inquietarse…
in Portuguese bater (asas)…
in Thai ทำให้สับสน…
in German sich aufregen…
in Catalan agitar, batre…
in Japanese (鳥)がはばたく…
in Indonesian kalut…
in Chinese (Simplified) 挥动, 振(翅), 扑打翅膀…
(Definition of flap verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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