flip side definition

  • noun:
    • casual the opposite part, at the time of a phonograph record.
    • Casual The opposite part: "The flip part of retrospectively savaging the loser is beatifying . . . the champion” ( Charles Krauthammer).
    • Informal The reverse side, at the time of a phonograph record.
    • The B-side of a phonograph record that transported a less well-known recording.
    • Casual The Alternative part: "The flip side of retrospectively savaging the loser is beatifying . . . the winner” ( Charles Krauthammer).
    • The converse; opposing, usually bad, inherent aspects or effects of something.
    • a new part of one thing (especially the opposite aspect)
    • The B-side of a phonograph record that carried a less well-known recording.
    • The converse; other, often unfavorable, built-in aspects or effects of something.
    • a different part of anything (especially the opposite aspect)
    • Informal The reverse part, as of a phonograph record.
    • Casual The Contrary part: "The flip side of retrospectively savaging the loser is beatifying . . . the champion” ( Charles Krauthammer).
    • The B-side of a phonograph record that transported a less popular recording.
    • The converse; reverse, typically negative, inherent aspects or consequences of one thing.
    • an alternate facet of one thing (especially the opposite aspect)
    • Informal the opposite side, at the time of a phonograph record.
    • Casual The opposite part: "The flip side of retrospectively savaging the loser is beatifying . . . the champion” ( Charles Krauthammer).
    • The B-side of a phonograph record that transported a less popular recording.
    • The converse; contrary, often unfavorable, inherent aspects or consequences of one thing.
    • a new aspect of anything (especially the contrary aspect)
    • casual the opposite side, as of a phonograph record.
    • Informal The reverse side, by a phonograph record.
    • Informal The opposite side: "The flip side of retrospectively savaging the loser is beatifying . . . the winner” ( Charles Krauthammer).
    • The B-side of a phonograph record that transported a less well-known recording.
    • The converse; opposite, usually bad, built-in aspects or consequences of some thing.
    • a different sort of facet of some thing (especially the opposite aspect)
    • Informal The Contrary part: "The flip side of retrospectively savaging the loser is beatifying . . . the champion” ( Charles Krauthammer).
    • The B-side of a phonograph record that transported a less well-known recording.
    • The converse; reverse, often bad, inherent aspects or effects of some thing.
    • another facet of something (especially the alternative aspect)
    • Informal The reverse part, as of a phonograph record.
    • Informal The opposite part: "The flip side of retrospectively savaging the loser is beatifying . . . the champion” ( Charles Krauthammer).
    • The B-side of a phonograph record that carried a less well-known recording.
    • The converse; reverse, often negative, built-in aspects or consequences of something.
    • an unusual part of some thing (especially the alternative aspect)
    • Informal the opposite side, at the time of a phonograph record.
    • Informal The Exact Opposite part: "The flip part of retrospectively savaging the loser is beatifying . . . the champion” ( Charles Krauthammer).
    • The B-side of a phonograph record that transported a less popular recording.
    • The converse; opposite, frequently unfavorable, built-in aspects or consequences of some thing.
    • a new element of some thing (especially the exact opposite aspect)
    • Informal the opposite part, by a phonograph record.
    • Informal The opposite side: "The flip side of retrospectively savaging the loser is beatifying . . . the winner” ( Charles Krauthammer).
    • Informal The reverse side, since a phonograph record.
    • Casual The opposite part: "The flip side of retrospectively savaging the loser is beatifying . . . the champion” ( Charles Krauthammer).
    • The B-side of a phonograph record that carried a less well-known recording.
    • The converse; reverse, generally negative, built-in aspects or effects of some thing.
    • another type of aspect of something (especially the alternative aspect)
    • The B-side of a phonograph record that transported a less popular recording.
    • Informal the opposite side, by a phonograph record.
    • The converse; reverse, often unfavorable, built-in aspects or consequences of something.
    • Informal The Alternative side: "The flip side of retrospectively savaging the loser is beatifying . . . the winner” ( Charles Krauthammer).
    • an alternate part of some thing (especially the exact opposite aspect)
    • The B-side of a phonograph record that carried a less preferred recording.
    • The converse; other, frequently unfavorable, inherent aspects or consequences of anything.
    • yet another part of anything (especially the exact opposite aspect)

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