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  1. flap

    • IPA[flap]

    英式

    • v.
      (of a bird) move (its wings) up and down when flying or preparing to fly;(of something loosely fastened) flutter or wave around
    • n.
      a thin, flat piece of cloth, paper, metal, etc. that is hinged or attached on one side only and covers an opening or hangs down from something;a hinged or sliding section of an aircraft wing used to control lift
    • verb: flap, 3rd person present: flaps, gerund or present participle: flapping, past tense: flapped, past participle: flapped

    • noun: flap, plural noun: flaps

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    • ph.
      someone is trying to a listen to a conversation between other people

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    • n.
      a flap of material on a hat or cap, covering the ear.

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    • n.
      the belly flesh of a side of mutton as an inexpensive cut of meat: a lot of the time we just had baked potato and mutton flaps

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    • n.
      a valve opened and closed by a plate hinged at one side.

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    • n.
      a piece of material designed to protect an opening or fastener on a tent or coat from the ...

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    • n.
      a piece of material designed to protect an opening or fastening on a tent or coat from the ...

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    • n.
      a valve opened and closed by a plate hinged at one side.

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    • n.
      a flap that hangs behind the wheel of a vehicle and is designed to prevent water, mud, and ...

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    • IPA[flap]

    美式

    • v.
      (of a bird) move (its wings) up and down when flying or preparing to fly: a pheasant flapped its wings gulls flapped around uttering their strange cries
    • n.
      a piece of something thin, such as cloth, paper, or metal, hinged or attached only on one side, ... the flap of the envelope he pushed through the tent flap

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