flip

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İngilizce - Türkçe
fiske atmak
fiske
{f} fiske vurmak
{s} ciddiyetten uzak
{s} küstah

Bu konuda küstah olma. - Don't be flippant about this.

(Bilgisayar) döndür

Tom kartı döndürdü ve onun maça ası olduğunu gördü. - Tom flipped over the card and saw that it was the ace of spades.

çılgına dönmek
kafayı yemek
(Bilgisayar) ters çevir
fıttırmak
tersyüz etmek
coşmak
galeyana gelmek
döndürmek
{f} fiske vur
(through ile) okuyup geçmek
{f} aklını kaçırmak
{i} bir tür içki
(fiil) fiske vurmak, çevirmek (sayfa, disk); aklını kaçırmak, çıldırmak
{s} saygısız
{i} salto
hafif vuruş
başparmakla havaya fırlatmak fiske vurmak
içki
{f} k.dili. çıldırmak, keçileri kaçırmak
{f} çevirmek sayfa
{s} arsız
{i} çevirme
{i} perende atma
Çevirmek
{f} disk
{f} çıldırmak
{f} çevir

Tom kitabı açtı ve sayfaları çevirdi. - Tom opened the book and flipped through the pages.

Tom karanlık odaya girip lamba anahtarını çevirdi. - Tom entered the dark room and flipped the light switch.

{f} over k.dili. -e hayran olmak. s., k.dili. saygısız, küstah
flipflop bir çeşit takla
kırılmak
(Askeri) Fiske, hafif vururş
{i} kısa uçak yolculuğu
darılmak
dili arsız
alkollü bir çeşit içki
flip out
aklını kaçırmak
flip out
çıldırmak
flip over
(Bilgisayar) ters çevir
flip over
döndürmek
flip chart
kağıt tahtası
flip flop
iki durumlu
flip flop
(Bilgisayar) tahteravalli
flip horizontal
(Bilgisayar) yatay ters çevir
flip on long edge
(Bilgisayar) uzun kenardan çevir
flip on short edge
(Bilgisayar) kısa kenardan çevir
flip one's lid
çılgına dönmek
flip one's wig
çılgına dönmek
flip flop
iki duraklı
flip through
okuyup geçmek
flip-flap
takla
flip-flap
çarpma sesi
flip-flop
flip-flop
flip-flop
ikidurumlu
flip-flop
bir çeşit takla
flip a page
Bir sayfa çevirmek
flip back
geri dönüp bakma
flip book
flip kitap
flip chip
flip cip
flip coin
flip sikke
flip flop
çarpma sesi yapmak
flip flop
Tokyo, sandalet
flip flop sandals
parmak arası terlik
flip off
(Argo) Orta parmağı göstermek
flip one´s lid
k. dili 1. çok kızmak, tepesi atmak, küplere binmek. 2. çıldırmak, keçileri kaçırmak. 3. over -e hayran olmak
flip over st.
st üzerinde dönebiliyor
flip page
flip sayfa
flip side
Plağın ikinci ve daha önemsiz yüzü
flip side
Öbür yüz, diğer yüz
flip so.'s lid
flip öyle. 'kapak s
flip so.'s wing
flip öyle. 'kanat s
flip through
Sayfaları çevirerek göz atmak
flip, lunge
Hamle flip
flip-chart
flip-grafik
flip-flop
Fikrini, görüşünü değiştirme; karşı görüşün yanına geçme. - We often see politicians do a flip-flop after they're elected
flip-flop
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Flipflop elektronikteki en basit şalterdir ve bu şalterin içine bir bite ait bilgi kümesinin kaydedilmesini sağlar. Bu durum elektronikteki tüm temel elektronik şalterleri oluşturur
flip-flop
Tokyo terlik
flip-flop
Parmak-arası terlik
flip-flop note
(Ekonomi) Yatırımcıların iki farklı borç türü arasında birinden diğerine geçmesine olanak sağlayan bono
flip-side
flip-yan
flip a coin
yazı tura atmak
flip and rotate
(Bilgisayar) döndür ve çevir
flip down monitor
(Televizyon) alt ekran
flip flap
takla atmak
flip flap
çarpma sesi yapmak
flip flop
takla atmak
flip image
(Bilgisayar) görüntü döndür
flip media
(Bilgisayar) ortamı ters çevir
flip object
(Bilgisayar) nesne çevir
flip off
fiskeleyip atmak
flip one's hair
saçını savurmak
flip one's lid
küplere binmek
flip one's lid
argo çıldırmak
flip one's lid
tepesi atmak
flip open
(Fiili Deyim ) parmağının ucuyla hızlı hızlı açmak
flip or rotate
(Bilgisayar) döndür veya çevir
flip out
balatayı sıyırmak
flip out
kafayı çizmek
flip over
disk
flip over
çevirmek sayfa
flip sheet
(Bilgisayar) sayfayı döndür
flip side
plağın ikinci ve daha önemsiz kısmı
flip the bird
(deyim) el kol hareketi çekmek
flip the bird
(deyim) orta parmağını göstermek
flip the bird
(deyim) el işareti yapmak
flip the coin
yazı tura atmak
flip the coin
parayı havaya atmak
flip through
sayfaları çevirmek
flip up
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- yazı tura için havaya para atmak 2- yazı mı tura mı oynamak
flip up
yazı tura atmak
flip/rotate
(Bilgisayar) döndür/çevir
flipper
{i} palet
flipper
yüzgeç
flipper
{i} kol
flip flop
tokyo
data flip flop
veri yazbozu
flipper
yunus
flipper
(yüzmede kullanılan) palet
flipper
ayıbalığı/vb.balıkların kolu
back flip
geri takla
catch you on the flip side
görüşmek üzere
coin flip
yazı tura atmak
third person singular of flip
üçüncü kişi flip tekil
to flip a switch
düğmeyi çevirmek
egg flip
{i} yumurtalı kokteyl
egg flip
(isim) yumurtalı kokteyl
flipper
kaplumbağanın yüzmek için kullandığı yassı bacak veya kanadı
flipper
yassı kol/yassı bacak
flipper
palet (yüzmek için)
flipper
palet argo el
flipper
kaplumbağa vb yüzgeç
flipper
(isim) yüzgeç (kaplumbağa vb.), kol, palet
flipper
{i} (deniz kaplumbağalarında ve yüzen memelilerde) yüzgeç
flipper
{i} (yüzmek için kullanılan) palet
flipper
{i} yüzgeç (kaplumbağa vb.)
flipping
{i} lanetleme
flipping
(isim) lanetleme
flipping
küstah
flipping
x delir/döndür/fiske vur
rotate or flip
(Bilgisayar) döndür veya çevir
rotate/flip
(Bilgisayar) döndür/ters çevir
İngilizce - İngilizce
A Filipino; a person who is of Filipino background
Having the quality of playfulness, or lacking seriousness of purpose

I hate to be flip, but perhaps we could steal a Christmas tree.

Sarcastic
To go berserk or crazy

I'd flip if anyone broke my phone.

To throw (as in to turn over)

You need to flip the pancake onto the other side.

used to express annoyance, especially when the speaker has made an error

Oh flip, don't come near this place, she said. It was dangerous. The Catholics had banners up on the Garvaghy Road saying, 'No Protestants here'.

A maneuver which rotates an object end-over-end
To put into a quick revolving motion through a snap of the thumb and index finger

If you can't decide which option to go for, flip a coin.

{n} a drink made with beer, spirits and sugar
go mad, go crazy; "He flipped when he heard that he was being laid off"
If you flip a device on or off, or if you flip a switch, you turn it on or off by pressing the switch quickly. Then he walked out, flipping the lights off He flipped the timer switch. = flick
The instant in a two-space collector when the roles of the two semi-spaces are reversed What was the new semi-space is now marked as old and condemned What was the old semi-space becomes the site for all new allocations Also used in a more general sense to mean the initiation of a new collection cycle
move with a flick or light motion
If something flips over, or if you flip it over or into a different position, it moves or is moved into a different position. The plane then flipped over and burst into flames He flipped it neatly on to the plate
In the PCB CAD context: - To move a component onto the opposite side of the PCB (requiring a layer change and mirror-image) To view the PCB as if from the back side
cause to move with a flick; "he flicked his Bic"
lightly throw to see which side comes up; "I don't know what to do--I may as well flip a coin!"
stirred and heated by a hot iron
turn upside down, or throw so as to reverse; "flip over the pork chop"; "turn over the pancakes"
An aggressive topspin return of a ball that lands near the net (A short ball )
the act of flipping a coin
If you flip through the pages of a book, for example, you quickly turn over the pages in order to find a particular one or to get an idea of the contents. He was flipping through a magazine in the living room He flipped the pages of the diary and began reading the last entry
Rotation about the transverse, or the horizontal axis This axis runs left to right When you are doing a forward roll you are rotating about the transverse axis
look through a book or other written material; "He thumbed through the report"; "She leafed through the volume"
To rotate an image along a horizontal line
Any move in which you rotate a full circle with your waist being the axle of rotation
{s} sarcastic, flippant, disrespectful
a coin holder (usually 2" x 2") made of clear, soft plastic, with pockets on both sides Some contain the dreaded PVC!
a dive in which the diver somersaults before entering the water the act of flipping a coin hot or cold alcoholic mixed drink containing a beaten egg go mad, go crazy; "He flipped when he heard that he was being laid off"
A refllection of a two dimensional shape, a mirror image of a shape
disapproval If you say that someone is being flip, you disapprove of them because you think that what they are saying shows they are not being serious enough about something. a flip answer The tone of the book is sometimes too flip
To buy and sell a real estate property quickly only for the sake of rapid profit
{i} light slap; sudden motion; somersault, jumping and twisting movement; alcoholic drink containing eggs and sugar
A term used in motion geometry to describe the result of a reflection
{f} toss and cause to spin or turn over (as of a coin); do a somersault; move suddenly; go crazy, become very enthusiastic (Slang); resell property or shares rapidly to yield profit (term used in Canada and USA)
A mixture of beer, spirit, etc
If you flip something, especially a coin, you use your thumb to make it turn over and over, as it goes through the air. I pulled a coin from my pocket and flipped it = toss
Transfer of a container from one chassis to another, from the ground to a chassis or from a chassis to the ground
favourite sailor's drink which was originally made with rum, brandy or port with egg and sugar, shaken and then sprinkled with nutmeg or ginger
The term flip is used to mean an action where the designated dancer(s) will roll 180' in either direction, assuming the position that was originally adjacent to him It is the same action that would occur if the designated dancer (the "flipper") was asked to do a run around an imaginary adjacent dancer and into the imaginary dancer's position on the floor
move with a flick or light motion throw or toss with a light motion; "flip me the beachball"; "toss me newspaper"
A maneuver consisting of an object rotating end over end
A soft plastic holder normally used for a single coin
On an in-line mixer, the act of allocating a channel's tools to the control of an input signal or to the control of a multitrack tape return
throw or toss with a light motion; "flip me the beachball"; "toss me newspaper"
toss with a sharp movement so as to cause to turn over in the air
A plastic coin holder, usually with 2 sections - one for the coin - one for a small card containing information about the coin
The Flip looks a whole lot like the Toe Loop; the only difference is that the skater glides backward on the inside edge of the left skate and toe picks with the right foot to start the leftward rotation
A jump, made with the assistance of the toe pick, on which the takeoff is from the back inside edge of one foot and the landing is on the back outside edge of the other
an acrobatic feat in which the feet roll over the head (either forward or backward) and return
cause to go on or to be engaged or set in operation; "switch on the light"; "throw the lever"
a dive in which the diver somersaults before entering the water
clear plastic coin holder, be sure to only buy archival quality flips
the process of reversing the from-to direction of selected lines or links
a flexible, transparent, plastic envelope having one pocket for a coin and one for its label
The rapid turnover of a piece of property by one person who buys it for a certain price then sells it soon thereafter for more
To toss or fillip; as, to flip up a cent
The near simultaneous buying and selling of a parcel of real estate at an price for the purpose of leveraging the transaction
To go crazy
marked by casual disrespect; "a flip answer to serious question"; "the student was kept in for impudent behavior"
One of the wrist figures of 6-axis robot
hot or cold alcoholic mixed drink containing a beaten egg
To throw as to turn over
(sports) the act of throwing the ball to another member of your team; "the pass was fumbled"
To put into a quick revolving motion by a snap of thumb and index finger
reverse (a direction, attitude, or course of action)
flip a bitch
To make a rapid and illegal U-turn

That's a cop up there! Flip a bitch and see if we can lose 'em.

flip burgers
To be in a low-paid job, especially one in a fast-food restaurant
flip chart
A set of large pieces of paper, bound together, used for presentations
flip flops
plural of flip flop
flip flops
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of flip flop
flip off
To make a rude or obscene gesture (at somebody). (The specific rude and offensive gestures vary between countries.)

He was so pissed he flipped off the policeman.

flip one's lid
To be explosively angry
flip one's wig
To be very angry
flip one's wig
To act in an irrational manner or appear to be temporarily insane
flip side
The converse; opposite, usually negative, inherent aspects or consequences of something
flip side
The B-side of a phonograph record that carried a less popular recording
flip sides
plural form of flip side
flip the bird
To make a rude or obscene gesture (at somebody); particularly, to extend the middle finger

I accidentally bumped into him, and he flipped me the bird.

flip-flap
to flop or flap about
flip-flop
An instance of [[#Verb|flip-flopping]], of repeatedly changing one's stated opinion about a matter
flip-flop
An electronic circuit (a bistable multivibrator) that has two stable states and is thereby capable of serving as one bit of memory
flip-flop
To alternate back and forth between directly opposite opinions, ideas, or decisions
flip-flop
An item of footwear, usually of rubber, secured by two straps mounted between the big toe and its neighbour
flip-flopper
A person, especially a politician, who changes his opinion
flip-flops
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of flip-flop
flip-flops
plural form of flip-flop
flip-flops
casual footwear which are held in place around the front of the foot and are so named because of the sound they make slapping against the sole of the foot as the wearer walks
flip-in
A poison pill giving current shareholders of the targeted company the right to purchase additional stock at a discount before a potential takeover, so that the potential acquirer risks discriminatory dilution in the target company. The threshold level therefore effectively sets a ceiling on the amount of stock that any shareholder can accumulate before launching a proxy contest

There has been no definitive or pervasive ruling as yet on flip-ins, but courts in specific cases have limited their applications.

flip-screen
Not scrolling, but composed of linked screens between which the player can move

So, your masterpiece is going to have to be either a straightforward (upward?) vertically scrolling blast (with a choice of fast or faster still but both supremely smooth), a single flip-screen affair or a 'push-scrolling' jobbie where the screen scrolls in accordance with the main sprite.

flip flop
A flip-flop is a type of footwear normally worn at beaches,often made with a foam rubber sole and two rubber straps that go between the middle side of the outer edge of the sole and the big toe-to second toe gap.It may also refer to: - Flip-flop (electronics), the bistable multivibrator, a circuit with two stable states- Flip-flop (politics), a sudden change of position on an issue, also called a U-turn- Flip-flop hub, a type of hub used in bicycle wheels- Flip-flop sandal, a type of sandal with no back strap.- Flip/flop is a crucial interchangeable sequence in an AMPA receptor subunit conferred by alternative splicing- A flip-flop is the translocation of a phospholipid in cell membranes carried out by flippase proteins- Flip-Flop, a Big Finish Productions audio drama based on the British science fiction television series Doctor WhoHandspring (gymnastics), or flip-flop- Flip Flop (pricing game), a game played on The Price Is Right
flip off
(deyim) When you make a fist and extend your middle finger with the back of your hand pointing toward the person you intend it for. A sort of "fuck you" gesture. Also known as "giving the finger"
flip-flop
A backward somersault or handspring
flip-flop
Informal. A reversal, as of a stand or position: a foreign policy flip-flop
flip-flop
The movement or sound of repeated flapping
flip-flop
A backless, often foam rubber sandal held to the foot at the big toe by means of a thong
flip-flop
Electronics. An electronic circuit or mechanical device capable of assuming either of two stable states, especially a computer circuit used to store a single bit of information
flip-flop note
(Ekonomi) Note that allows investors to switch between two different types of debt
flip a coin
toss a coin (to determine the outcome of something, to make a decision)
flip chart
a chart with several sheets hinged at the top; sheets can be flipped over to present information sequentially
flip chart
A flip chart is a stand with large sheets of paper which is used when presenting information at a meeting. A chart consisting of sheets hinged at the top that can be flipped over to present information sequentially. a set of large pieces of paper that are connected at the top so that you can turn the pages over to present information to people
flip chart
visual aid comprised of a pad of paper placed on an easel and used to present information in sequence (after each sheet is presented, it is flipped over the top of the easel to reveal the next)
flip flap
repeated movement of stroke of something long and loose
flip one's lid
get very angry and fly into a rage; "The professor combusted when the student didn't know the answer to a very elementary question"; "Spam makes me go ballistic
flip out
go mad, go crazy; "He flipped when he heard that he was being laid off"
flip over
turn upside down, or throw so as to reverse; "flip over the pork chop"; "turn over the pancakes"
flip phone
a mobile phone that has a cover which opens upwards
flip side
The flip side of a record is the side that does not have the main song on it. `What's on the flip side?'
flip side
The flip side of a situation consists of the less obvious or less pleasant aspects of it. The trade deficit is the flip side of a rapidly expanding economy
flip side
In the context of general equities, opposite side to a proposition or position (buy, if sell is the proposition and vice versa)
flip side
other side, reverse side (of a coin, record, etc.)
flip somebody off
{f} make an impolite or obscene gesture at a person
flip the coin
{f} toss a coin to determine the outcome of something; to make a decision
flip through
{f} skim, glance over, scan
flip-flap
with repeated strokes and noise; "something going flip-flap in the night
flip-flop
Flip-flops are open shoes which are held on your feet by a strap that goes between your toes
flip-flop
1 A device having two stable states and two input terminals (or types of input signals) each of which corresponds with one of the two states The circuit remains in either state until caused to change to the other state by application of the corresponding signal
flip-flop
A teacher behavior that disrupts smoothness of lesson delivery by starting one sentence, dropping it, and starting another, then dropping it and returning to the first one
flip-flop
a backward somersault
flip-flop
(v) to hike the AT from one end to a mid-point, then jump ahead and hike from the opposite end to the mid-point, thus completing the entire trail in one year; a method often used when hikers find they can't reach the northern terminus before bad weather
flip-flop
Same as flic-flac
flip-flop
See: Jordan
flip-flop
A term used to describe a terminal or logical which operates in half-plex, flip-flop mode, sending and receiving data in an alternating manner, but not both at the same time (full duplex)
flip-flop
a decision to reverse an earlier decision
flip-flop
A binary cell capable of storing one bit See register
flip-flop
(Informal) abrupt reversal or change (esp. of opinion); back flip; sound of something flapping; backless thong sandal; circuit that can toggle between two modes (Electronics)
flip-flop
a backless sandal held to the foot by a thong between the big toe and the second toe
flip-flop
disapproval If you say that someone, especially a politician, flip-flops on a decision, you are critical of them because they change their decision, so that they do or think the opposite. He has been criticized for flip-flopping on several key issues He seemed so sure of his decision, how could he flip-flop so dramatically now? Flip-flop is also a noun. The President's flip-flops on taxes made him appear indecisive. to change your opinion about something
flip-flop
An electrical circuit having two stable states: on and off A basic logic circuit component
flip-flop
  A device that may assume either one of two reversible, stable states   Note 1: The flip-flop is used as a basic control element in computer and communications systems   Note 2: In a flip-flop, the transition from one stable state to the other is unstable, i e , for the very short period during which the transition takes place, both outputs may assume the same state, which state may be unpredictable   Synonyms bistable circuit, bistable multivibrator, bistable trigger circuit
flip-flop
an electronic circuit that can assume either of two stable states
flip-flop
reverse (a direction, attitude, or course of action)
flip-flop
a backward somersault an electronic circuit that can assume either of two stable states a backless sandal held to the foot by a thong between the big toe and the second toe
flip-flop
A bistable circuit that can be triggered from one state to the other by an electrical signal; extensively used as a frequency divider
flip-flop
A digital logic circuit that can be switched back and forth between two states
Flipper
a common name for animals which have flippers, such as dolphins and seals
flipper
in marine mammals such as whales, a wide flat limb, adapted for swimming
flipper
To lift one or both flipper out of the water and slap the surface of the water
flipper
a flat, wide, paddle-like rubber covering for the foot, used in swimming
flipper
television remote control, clicker
flipper
a flat lever in a pinball machine, used to keep the ball in play
flipping
Fucking; used as an intensifier to modify verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs

Just how flipping damn stupid are you?.

flipping
The practice of buying real estate, making improvements to it, and reselling it for a higher price
monkey flip
A move in which a wrestler takes his opponent and flips that person over his head
skid flip
A bowl where the ball skids a long way before it starts to roll
sunset flip
A wrestling move in which the attacking wrestler dives over an opponent who is facing him, usually bent over forwards, catching the opponent in a waistlock from behind and landing back-first behind him, then rolling forward into a sitting position, pulling the opponent over backwards and down to the mat so that he lands on his back in a sitout pin position
Flips
Plural of Flip
adjective flip 3
not said or meant seriously = flippant
egg flip
{i} eggnog
flipped
past of flip
flipper
in marine mammals, a wide flat limb, adapted for swimming
flipper
A type of ball bowled by a leg spin bowler, which spins backwards and skids off the pitch with a low bounce
flipper
The hand
flipper
{i} fin; diver's webbed finlike shoe
flipper
Flippers are flat pieces of rubber that you can wear on your feet to help you swim more quickly, especially underwater
flipper
A broad flat limb used for swimming, as those of seals, sea turtles, whales, etc
flipper
a shoe for swimming; the paddle-like front is an aid in swimming (especially underwater)
flipper
Term applied to a can, which, when tapped, will not return to a normal shape unless one presses in on a bulge
flipper
A trader in the market who is in and out of stocks usually in a matter of days or in the case of new issues maybe a matter of minutes
flipper
The term given to those who buy expensive and/or scarce wines from mailing lists with the intention of reselling them at a profit (as in "flipping" the wine) Ordinarily, a flipper is an affable individual But, challenge them or get them riled, and they prefer anonymity
flipper
the flat broad limb of aquatic animals specialized for swimming
flipper
A temporary denture to replace missing teeth during the waiting period for long term treatment
flipper
A device used in some electronic changeable copy signs A flipper is a disk, door, cube or sphere that opens and closed electromagnetically, showing a black or colored surface
flipper
The flippers of an animal that lives in water, for example a seal or a penguin, are the two or four flat limbs which it uses for swimming
flipper
the flat broad limb of aquatic animals specialized for swimming a shoe for swimming; the paddle-like front is an aid in swimming (especially underwater)
flipping
To buy and sell an equity within a short period of time to take profits is called flipping Some investors buy IPO shares near the offering price and immediately sell their stake as the price jumps in the aftermarket The practice of flipping may be discouraged by the underwriters though penalties and waiting periods
flipping
When working with two signals 180 degrees out of phase, delaying one of the signals so that its phase lines up with the other
flipping
{i} turning of a graphic object from left to right or from top to bottom (Computers)
flipping
Term for the practice of subscribing to a new security offering and quickly selling it in the aftermarket
flipping
The sale of a company shortly after its purchase
flipping
Quickly taking profits by selling IPO shares after they have increased in after-market trading Makes a lot of money for the large institutional investors who got their piece of the initial offering
flipping
The act of buying shares in an IPO and selling them immediately for a profit
flipping
The act of buying shares in an IPO and selling them immediately for a profit Brokerage firms underwriting new stock issues tend to discourage flipping, and will often try to allocate shares to investors who intend to hold on to the shares for some time However, the temptation to flip a new issue once it has risen in price sharply is too irresistible for many investors who have been allocated shares in a hot issue (See Hot Issue and New Issue)
flipping
Flipping is the action of rotating or flipping an object either horizontally, vertically, left, or right
flipping
emphasis Some people use flipping to emphasize what they are saying, especially when they are annoyed. This is such a flipping horrible picture. = flaming Flipping is also an adjective. I even washed the flipping bed sheets yesterday. used to show that you are slightly annoyed about something
flipping
Buying shares in an IPO and immediately selling them for a profit
flipping
present participle of flip
flipping
A mild intensifier
flipping
The term "Flipping" comes from the method of presentation that you use when fishing a jig or worm in heavy shallow cover The equipment needed for this are as follows: A heavy action 6 or 7 foot baitcasting rod, heavy line 17lb test minimum, and a jig or worm attached to the end of your line The method of presentation used is to let out enough line so that the bait is hanging down by the reel handle, swing or "flip" out your rod hand and let go of the bait at the same time Then as your bait nears its target ease back on the rod and engage your reel so that the bait enters the water without spooking the bass This is how it's supposed to be done in theory It takes allot of practice to get this down to perfection
flipping
The sale of a company within a year or two of its being bought
flipping
Buying shares in an initial public offering (IPO), and then selling the shares immediately after the start of public trading to turn an immediate profit
flipping
Buying shares in an initial public offering IPO and then selling those shares immediately after it starts publicly trading to turn an immediate profits
flips
Third person singular of flip
front flip
The rider and board flip forward end over end
front flip
A single forward somersault performed in the air
front flip
The rider rotates forward in the air, flipping the board end over end Return to top
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flip-flop bellek
flip-flop storage
flip-flop dizgisi
flip-flop string
flip-flop tamponlama
flip-flop buffering
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