flip-flopped, flip-flopping, flip-flops
An acrobatic spring backward from the feet to the hands and back to the feet.
A reversal, as of a stand or position.
A foreign policy flip-flop.
An abrupt change, as to an opposite opinion.
A kind of sandal consisting usually of a flat rubber sole held on the foot by a strap slipped between the big toe and the toe next to it.
To move back and forth between two conditions or circumstances, sometimes repeatedly.
To reverse a stand or position.
To execute a backward somersault or handspring.
To move from one position to the reverse or opposite.
The coach flip-flopped the linemen.
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