Flip out – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To flip out is to lose control, or become very excited or very angry.

Informal American English

Examples of use:

1. I flipped out when I realized I’d won the lottery.

2. He flipped out when he saw the scratch on his new car.

3. Our teacher flipped out and sent us all home because we wouldn’t stop mucking about.

4. My parents are going to flip out when they see the broken window.

flip out
present simple
flip out and flips out
-ing form
flipping out
past simple
flipped out
past participle
flipped out

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