flop definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To fall or lay down greatly and noisily.
    • To move about loosely or limply: The dog's ears flopped when it ran.
    • to-fall or take a nap heavily and noisily.
    • to maneuver about loosely or limply: The dog's ears flopped with regards to ran.
    • Informal To fail entirely: The play flopped.
    • Informal To fail utterly: The play flopped.
    • Slang To sleep idly; lounge.
    • Slang To sleep idly; lounge.
    • Slang To go to bed.
    • Slang to visit bed.
    • To fall or lay down greatly and noisily.
    • to go about loosely or limply: your dog's ears flopped when it went.
    • Informal To fail utterly: The play flopped.
    • Slang To rest idly; lounge.
    • Slang to visit sleep.
    • To hit about with something wide and level, as a fish using its tail, or a bird with its wings; to increase and fall.
    • to-fall, sink, or throw a person's self, heavily, clumsily, and unexpectedly on a lawn.
    • To fall or lay down heavily and noisily.
    • To hit about with some thing broad and level, as a fish along with its end, or a bird featuring its wings; to increase and fall.
    • To move about loosely or limply: canine's ears flopped with regards to ran.
    • To fall, sink, or toss your self, greatly, clumsily, and unexpectedly on the floor.
    • Informal To fail entirely: The play flopped.
    • Slang To rest idly; lounge.
    • Slang to attend sleep.
    • To hit about with anything wide and level, as a fish along with its end, or a bird with its wings; to go up and fall.
    • To fall, sink, or throw your self, greatly, clumsily, and unexpectedly on the ground.
    • To hit about with something broad and flat, as a fish along with its end, or a bird with its wings; to go up and fall.
    • To fall, sink, or put one's self, heavily, clumsily, and unexpectedly on a lawn.
    • To fall or lie-down heavily and noisily.
    • to-fall or take a nap greatly and noisily.
    • to maneuver about loosely or limply: your dog's ears flopped with regards to ran.
    • to go about loosely or limply: your dog's ears flopped when it went.
    • Informal To fail entirely: The play flopped.
    • Informal To fail utterly: The play flopped.
    • Slang To rest idly; lounge.
    • Slang To sleep idly; lounge.
    • Slang To go to bed.
    • Slang to visit bed.
    • To fall or lay down greatly and noisily.
    • To move about loosely or limply: your dog's ears flopped when it ran.
    • Informal To fail entirely: The play flopped.
    • Slang To rest idly; lounge.
    • to-fall or lie-down heavily and noisily.
    • Slang to visit sleep.
    • To move about loosely or limply: The dog's ears flopped with regards to ran.
    • to-fall or lay down greatly and noisily.
    • To fall or take a nap heavily and noisily.
    • To fall or lie-down heavily and noisily.
    • to go about loosely or limply: your dog's ears flopped when it went.
    • to go about loosely or limply: canine's ears flopped when it ran.
    • to maneuver about loosely or limply: your dog's ears flopped when it went.
    • Informal To fail utterly: The play flopped.
    • Slang To rest idly; lounge.
    • Informal To fail utterly: The play flopped.
    • Informal To fail utterly: The play flopped.
    • Informal To fail entirely: The play flopped.
    • Slang To sleep idly; lounge.
    • Slang to visit bed.
    • Slang To rest idly; lounge.
    • Slang To rest idly; lounge.
    • Slang to visit sleep.
    • Slang to visit bed.
    • Slang to attend sleep.
    • To hit about with something wide and flat, as a fish having its tail, or a bird featuring its wings; to go up and fall.
    • to-fall, sink, or toss one's self, greatly, clumsily, and unexpectedly on the floor.
    • To hit about with some thing wide and level, as a fish having its end, or a bird along with its wings; to increase and fall.
    • To fall, sink, or toss one's self, greatly, clumsily, and unexpectedly on a lawn.
    • To hit about with one thing wide and flat, as a fish with its end, or a bird featuring its wings; to rise and fall.
    • to-fall, sink, or put one's self, heavily, clumsily, and unexpectedly on the ground.
    • To hit about with one thing broad and level, as a fish with its end, or a bird having its wings; to go up and fall.
    • To fall, sink, or throw one's self, greatly, clumsily, and unexpectedly on the floor.
    • To hit about with some thing wide and flat, as a fish using its end, or a bird having its wings; to rise and fall.
    • to-fall, sink, or put your self, greatly, clumsily, and unexpectedly on the ground.
    • To strike about with anything wide and flat, as a fish with its end, or a bird having its wings; to go up and fall.
    • to-fall, sink, or toss your self, heavily, clumsily, and unexpectedly on a lawn.
    • To strike about with one thing broad and level, as a fish featuring its tail, or a bird using its wings; to increase and fall.
    • To fall, sink, or throw your self, greatly, clumsily, and unexpectedly on the floor.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To drop or lay (some thing) down greatly and noisily: flopped the steak onto a platter.
    • To drop or put (one thing) down heavily and noisily: flopped the steak onto a platter.
    • To drop or put (something) down greatly and noisily: flopped the steak onto a platter.
    • To clap or strike, as a bird its wings, a fish its tail, etc.; to flap.
    • To clap or strike, as a bird its wings, a fish its end, etc.; to flap.
    • to make instantly, as some thing wide and flat.
    • to show instantly, as something broad and level.
    • To drop or lay (one thing) down heavily and noisily: flopped the steak onto a platter.
    • To clap or strike, as a bird its wings, a fish its end, etc.; to flap.
    • To turn unexpectedly, as some thing wide and flat.
    • To clap or hit, as a bird its wings, a fish its tail, etc.; to flap.
    • to show abruptly, as some thing wide and flat.
    • To drop or put (some thing) down greatly and noisily: flopped the steak onto a platter.
    • To drop or lay (one thing) down heavily and noisily: flopped the steak onto a platter.
    • To drop or lay (one thing) down heavily and noisily: flopped the steak onto a platter.
    • To drop or put (anything) down greatly and noisily: flopped the steak onto a platter.
    • To drop or lay (one thing) down greatly and noisily: flopped the steak onto a platter.
    • To drop or set (something) down greatly and noisily: flopped the steak onto a platter.
    • To drop or set (one thing) down heavily and noisily: flopped the steak onto a platter.
    • To clap or strike, as a bird its wings, a fish its tail, etc.; to flap.
    • To turn abruptly, as one thing wide and level.
    • To clap or strike, as a bird its wings, a fish its end, etc.; to flap.
    • to show all of a sudden, as anything wide and flat.
    • To clap or hit, as a bird its wings, a fish its end, etc.; to flap.
    • To turn suddenly, as something broad and flat.
    • To clap or strike, as a bird its wings, a fish its end, etc.; to flap.
    • To turn out of the blue, as anything broad and level.
    • To clap or hit, as a bird its wings, a fish its end, etc.; to flap.
    • to make out of the blue, as something wide and flat.
    • To clap or hit, as a bird its wings, a fish its end, etc.; to flap.
    • to show abruptly, as one thing wide and level.
    • To clap or strike, as a bird its wings, a fish its end, etc.; to flap.
    • to make abruptly, as something wide and level.
  • noun:
    • The work of flopping.
    • The noise made when flopping.
    • Informal An utter failure.
    • The act of flopping.
    • The act of flopping.
    • The noise made when flopping.
    • Informal An utter failure.
    • an event of a particular types of fall; a plopping down.
    • an entire failure, particularly in the enjoyment industry.
    • 1st three cards turned face-up by the dealership in a residential district card poker online game.
    • accommodations, rest or stay. See flophouse
    • A ponded bundle of dung, as in a cow-flop.
    • an event of a particular variety of fall; a plopping down.
    • a whole failure, particularly in the enjoyment industry.
    • A unit of measure of processor rate, being one floating-point operation per second.
    • the initial three cards turned face-up by the supplier in a residential area card poker game.
    • accommodations, sleep or stay. See flophouse
    • A ponded bundle of dung, as with a cow-flop.
    • A unit of measure of processor speed, becoming one floating-point procedure per second.
    • Act of flopping.
    • The work of flopping or flapping.
    • A fall that way of a soft outspread body upon the ground.
    • Something that flops or is with the capacity of flopping or hitting, as a fluid, semi-liquid, or gelatinous material, contrary to the part of a vessel containing it.
    • an abrupt failure or breakdown, since weight.
    • an entire failure
    • an arithmetic operation carried out on floating-point figures
    • the work of putting your self down
    • somebody who is unsuccessful
    • The sound made whenever flopping.
    • Informal An utter failure.
    • an event of a particular kind of autumn; a plopping down.
    • A Total failure, especially in the activity business.
    • Act of flopping.
    • The act of flopping or flapping.
    • A fall like this of a soft outspread human body upon the floor.
    • something which flops or is with the capacity of flopping or striking, as a fluid, semi-liquid, or gelatinous substance, against the side of a vessel containing it.
    • A sudden failure or breakdown, by resistance.
    • a total failure
    • the initial three cards switched face-up because of the dealer in a community card poker game.
    • The work of flopping.
    • accommodations, sleep or live. See flophouse
    • an arithmetic operation carried out on floating-point numbers
    • The sound made when flopping.
    • A ponded package of dung, like in a cow-flop.
    • the act of tossing your self down
    • casual An utter failure.
    • an individual who is unsuccessful
    • A unit of measure of processor rate, becoming one floating-point procedure per second.
    • an event of a certain style of fall; a plopping down.
    • an entire failure, especially in the entertainment industry.
    • the very first three cards turned face-up because of the dealership in a residential area card poker game.
    • accommodations, rest or live. See flophouse
    • Act of flopping.
    • A ponded package of dung, as with a cow-flop.
    • A unit of way of measuring processor speed, becoming one floating-point procedure per second.
    • Act of flopping.
    • The act of flopping or flapping.
    • A fall like that of a soft outspread human anatomy upon the ground.
    • Something that flops or is capable of flopping or striking, as a fluid, semi-liquid, or gelatinous compound, against the part of a vessel containing it.
    • The act of flopping.
    • an abrupt collapse or description, at the time of weight.
    • The act of flopping.
    • The noise made whenever flopping.
    • The noise made when flopping.
    • casual An utter failure.
    • Informal An utter failure.
    • The act of flopping or flapping.
    • A fall like that of a soft outspread human body upon the ground.
    • a thing that flops or is capable of flopping or hitting, as a fluid, semi-liquid, or gelatinous compound, contrary to the side of a vessel containing it.
    • an event of a certain types of autumn; a plopping down.
    • an event of a particular types of autumn; a plopping down.
    • a whole failure
    • a-sudden collapse or description, at the time of weight.
    • an entire failure, particularly in the entertainment business.
    • a whole failure
    • 1st three cards turned face-up by the supplier in a residential district card poker game.
    • A complete failure, particularly in the activity industry.
    • an arithmetic operation carried out on floating-point figures
    • the work of throwing your self down
    • The first three cards switched face-up by the dealership in a residential area card poker game.
    • The work of flopping.
    • accommodations, sleep or stay. See flophouse
    • an arithmetic procedure carried out on floating-point numbers
    • A ponded bundle of dung, as with a cow-flop.
    • The noise made whenever flopping.
    • the act of throwing your self down
    • an individual who is unsuccessful
    • accommodations, sleep or stay. See flophouse
    • casual An utter failure.
    • A ponded bundle of dung, such as a cow-flop.
    • The act of flopping.
    • The noise made when flopping.
    • A unit of measure of processor speed, becoming one floating-point operation per second.
    • The act of flopping.
    • someone who is unsuccessful
    • Informal An utter failure.
    • The work of flopping.
    • The work of flopping.
    • The noise made when flopping.
    • A unit of way of measuring processor speed, being one floating-point procedure per second.
    • The noise made when flopping.
    • Informal An utter failure.
    • The noise made when flopping.
    • An incident of a particular style of fall; a plopping down.
    • casual An utter failure.
    • Informal An utter failure.
    • A Total failure, particularly in the enjoyment industry.
    • An incident of a particular sort of autumn; a plopping down.
    • 1st three cards switched face-up by the supplier in a residential area card poker online game.
    • Act of flopping.
    • accommodations, rest or stay. See flophouse
    • A ponded bundle of dung, as in a cow-flop.
    • an event of a particular style of fall; a plopping down.
    • an event of a particular particular autumn; a plopping down.
    • Act of flopping.
    • A complete failure, particularly in the entertainment business.
    • a whole failure, especially in the activity business.
    • The first three cards turned face-up because of the dealership in a residential area card poker game.
    • 1st three cards switched face-up by the supplier in a community card poker game.
    • A unit of way of measuring processor speed, becoming one floating-point operation per second.
    • accommodations, rest or stay. See flophouse
    • A ponded bundle of dung, like in a cow-flop.
    • The work of flopping or flapping.
    • A fall that way of a soft outspread body upon the bottom.
    • something which flops or is capable of flopping or striking, as a fluid, semi-liquid, or gelatinous substance, from the side of a vessel containing it.
    • a whole failure, particularly in the enjoyment industry.
    • Act of flopping.
    • A unit of way of measuring processor rate, being one floating-point operation per second.
    • initial three cards turned face-up by the supplier in a community card poker online game.
    • The work of flopping or flapping.
    • An incident of a particular style of autumn; a plopping down.
    • A place to stay, sleep or live. See flophouse
    • A fall like that of a soft outspread human body upon the bottom.
    • a whole failure, especially in the activity business.
    • A place to stay, sleep or live. See flophouse
    • a-sudden collapse or breakdown, by weight.
    • A ponded package of dung, as in a cow-flop.
    • something which flops or perhaps is effective at flopping or striking, as a fluid, semi-liquid, or gelatinous compound, resistant to the part of a vessel containing it.
    • A ponded package of dung, as in a cow-flop.
    • a total failure
    • 1st three cards turned face-up because of the dealer in a community card poker game.
    • a rapid failure or breakdown, by resistance.
    • accommodations, sleep or live. See flophouse
    • Act of flopping.
    • a complete failure
    • A ponded package of dung, as in a cow-flop.
    • A unit of measure of processor speed, becoming one floating-point procedure per second.
    • an arithmetic operation done on floating-point figures
    • the work of tossing yourself down
    • an arithmetic operation carried out on floating-point numbers
    • the work of tossing your self down
    • a person who is unsuccessful
    • A unit of way of measuring processor rate, becoming one floating-point operation per second.
    • A unit of way of measuring processor rate, being one floating-point operation per second.
    • The act of flopping or flapping.
    • someone who is unsuccessful
    • Act of flopping.
    • A fall like this of a soft outspread human body upon the bottom.
    • Something that flops or perhaps is with the capacity of flopping or hitting, as a fluid, semi-liquid, or gelatinous compound, against the part of a vessel containing it.
    • an abrupt failure or description, since weight.
    • a complete failure
    • Act of flopping.
    • an arithmetic operation performed on floating-point numbers
    • the work of throwing yourself down
    • The act of flopping or flapping.
    • A fall that way of a soft outspread human anatomy upon the ground.
    • a person who is unsuccessful
    • Something that flops or is effective at flopping or striking, as a fluid, semi-liquid, or gelatinous substance, resistant to the side of a vessel containing it.
    • an abrupt collapse or description, at the time of resistance.
    • The work of flopping or flapping.
    • Act of flopping.
    • A fall that way of a soft outspread body upon the floor.
    • a whole failure
    • Something that flops or is effective at flopping or hitting, as a fluid, semi-liquid, or gelatinous material, contrary to the part of a vessel containing it.
    • an abrupt failure or breakdown, since resistance.
    • an arithmetic procedure performed on floating-point figures
    • the work of throwing your self down
    • The act of flopping or flapping.
    • a total failure
    • A fall like this of a soft outspread human anatomy upon the floor.
    • an arithmetic procedure done on floating-point numbers
    • something which flops or perhaps is capable of flopping or hitting, as a fluid, semi-liquid, or gelatinous compound, contrary to the part of a vessel containing it.
    • an abrupt failure or description, by opposition.
    • the act of throwing yourself down
    • a complete failure
    • The work of flopping or flapping.
    • an individual who is unsuccessful
    • someone who is unsuccessful
    • A fall like this of a soft outspread human body upon the ground.
    • a thing that flops or is with the capacity of flopping or striking, as a fluid, semi-liquid, or gelatinous compound, contrary to the side of a vessel containing it.
    • an arithmetic procedure carried out on floating-point numbers
    • the act of tossing your self down
    • A sudden failure or description, by opposition.
    • an entire failure
    • a person who is unsuccessful
    • an arithmetic procedure performed on floating-point figures
    • the act of throwing yourself down
    • a person who is unsuccessful
  • verb:
    • To fall heavily, because lacking power.
    • To fall heavily, because lacking power.
    • To fail completely, to not ever succeed at all (about a film, play, guide, song etc.).
    • To pretend become fouled in sports, such as basketball, hockey (exactly like to plunge in soccer)
    • To fail totally, not to ever achieve success after all (about a movie, play, book, song etc.).
    • To pretend is fouled in recreations, such baseball, hockey (the same as to dive in soccer)
    • fall suddenly and abruptly
    • autumn loosely
    • fail utterly; collapse
    • to-fall greatly, because lacking power.
    • To fail totally, never to be successful anyway (about a movie, play, book, track etc.).
    • To imagine becoming fouled in activities, such as for example baseball, hockey (the same as to dive in soccer)
    • fall all of a sudden and suddenly
    • autumn loosely
    • fail entirely; failure
    • to-fall greatly, because lacking energy.
    • To fail totally, not to ever be successful whatsoever (about a film, play, guide, song etc.).
    • To pretend becoming fouled in activities, like baseball, hockey (the same as to plunge in football)
    • to-fall greatly, because lacking energy.
    • To fall heavily, because lacking power.
    • To fail totally, not to ever succeed after all (about a film, play, guide, tune etc.).
    • To fail completely, to not ever become successful anyway (about a movie, play, guide, track etc.).
    • To imagine to be fouled in sports, particularly basketball, hockey (just like to plunge in football)
    • To imagine become fouled in activities, particularly basketball, hockey (just like to plunge in soccer)
    • autumn unexpectedly and abruptly
    • fall loosely
    • fail entirely; failure
    • autumn instantly and suddenly
    • To fall heavily, because lacking power.
    • autumn loosely
    • To fail completely, to not achieve success after all (about a movie, play, guide, song etc.).
    • fail utterly; collapse
    • To imagine to be fouled in activities, including basketball, hockey (the same as to dive in football)
    • To fall greatly, because lacking energy.
    • To fail entirely, not to ever become successful at all (about a film, play, guide, tune etc.).
    • To fall heavily, because lacking energy.
    • To imagine to-be fouled in sports, such baseball, hockey (the same as to plunge in soccer)
    • To fall greatly, because lacking energy.
    • To fail totally, not to ever achieve success anyway (about a movie, play, guide, tune etc.).
    • To fail completely, never to succeed at all (about a film, play, book, song etc.).
    • To pretend to-be fouled in sports, particularly basketball, hockey (exactly like to plunge in soccer)
    • To pretend to-be fouled in recreations, such baseball, hockey (the same as to plunge in soccer)
    • To fall greatly, because lacking energy.
    • To fail totally, never to become successful at all (about a film, play, guide, track etc.).
    • To imagine become fouled in sports, eg basketball, hockey (the same as to dive in soccer)
    • autumn unexpectedly and suddenly
    • autumn loosely
    • autumn all of a sudden and suddenly
    • fail utterly; failure
    • autumn loosely
    • fail entirely; failure
    • fall all of a sudden and abruptly
    • fall loosely
    • fail entirely; collapse
    • autumn all of a sudden and abruptly
    • fall all of a sudden and abruptly
    • fall loosely
    • autumn loosely
    • fail entirely; failure
    • autumn suddenly and suddenly
    • fail entirely; failure
    • fall loosely
    • fail entirely; failure
    • fall all of a sudden and suddenly
    • autumn loosely
    • fail entirely; failure
  • adverb:
    • Appropriate, directly, flat-out.
    • With a flopping noise.
    • Appropriate, squarely, flat-out.
    • With a flopping noise.
    • with a flopping sound
    • exactly
    • with a flopping sound
    • Right, squarely, flat-out.
    • With a flopping sound.
    • exactly
    • Right, directly, flat-out.
    • With a flopping noise.
    • with a flopping sound
    • with a flopping sound
    • Right, squarely, flat-out.
    • exactly
    • With a flopping noise.
    • Appropriate, directly, flat-out.
    • With a flopping noise.
    • precisely
    • Appropriate, squarely, flat-out.
    • With a flopping sound.
    • Appropriate, squarely, flat-out.
    • With a flopping noise.
    • Appropriate, squarely, flat-out.
    • Appropriate, squarely, flat-out.
    • With a flopping sound.
    • with a flopping sound
    • with a flopping noise
    • Right, directly, flat-out.
    • With a flopping noise.
    • With a flopping sound.
    • precisely
    • precisely
    • with a flopping sound
    • precisely
    • with a flopping sound
    • with a flopping sound
    • with a flopping sound
    • exactly
    • precisely
    • with a flopping noise
    • precisely
    • precisely
  • others:
    • To clap or strike, as wings; flap.
    • resulting in to-fall or hang down.
    • To flap.
    • To plump down instantly; switch or fall with a flop: as, to flop on a single's knees.
    • To collapse; yield or breakdown suddenly.
    • to debate suddenly to a different side or party; make a-sudden change of organization or allegiance.
    • To clap or hit, while the wings; flap.
    • To cause to-fall or hang down.
    • To flap.
    • To plump down unexpectedly; switch or come down with a flop: because, to flop using one's legs.
    • To collapse; yield or digest suddenly.
    • to debate out of the blue to some other side or party; make a-sudden modification of organization or allegiance.
    • To clap or hit, since the wings; flap.
    • resulting in to fall or hang-down.
    • To flap.
    • To plump straight down out of the blue; switch or come-down with a flop: since, to flop on a single's legs.
    • To collapse; yield or digest suddenly.
    • To clap or strike, since the wings; flap.
    • to debate suddenly to a different side or party; make a-sudden change of association or allegiance.
    • To cause to fall or hang down.
    • To flap.
    • To plump down abruptly; turn or come down with a flop: as, to flop using one's knees.
    • To collapse; yield or break down abruptly.
    • to debate abruptly to a different part or party; make a sudden change of connection or allegiance.
    • To clap or hit, as wings; flap.
    • To cause to fall or hang-down.
    • To flap.
    • To clap or hit, whilst the wings; flap.
    • To cause to-fall or hang down.
    • To plump straight down out of the blue; switch or drop with a flop: since, to flop on a single's legs.
    • To collapse; yield or break-down all of a sudden.
    • To flap.
    • To plump straight down suddenly; turn or fall with a flop: since, to flop using one's knees.
    • go over unexpectedly to another part or party; make an abrupt change of association or allegiance.
    • To collapse; yield or break-down unexpectedly.
    • To go over abruptly to another side or party; make a rapid change of relationship or allegiance.
    • To clap or strike, due to the fact wings; flap.
    • To cause to-fall or hang-down.
    • To flap.
    • To plump straight down unexpectedly; change or fall with a flop: as, to flop using one's knees.
    • To clap or strike, as the wings; flap.
    • To collapse; yield or breakdown all of a sudden.
    • To go over unexpectedly to some other part or celebration; make a sudden modification of association or allegiance.
    • resulting in to-fall or hang-down.
    • To flap.
    • To plump down out of the blue; turn or come down with a flop: as, to flop on one's legs.
    • To clap or hit, as wings; flap.
    • resulting in to-fall or hang down.
    • To flap.
    • To plump down out of the blue; change or fall with a flop: as, to flop on a single's legs.
    • To collapse; yield or break up instantly.
    • to debate abruptly to some other side or celebration; make an abrupt change of association or allegiance.
    • To clap or hit, as wings; flap.
    • To cause to-fall or hang-down.
    • To flap.
    • To collapse; yield or digest instantly.
    • To go over unexpectedly to another part or celebration; make a-sudden change of connection or allegiance.
    • To plump straight down out of the blue; turn or come down with a flop: as, to flop on a single's knees.
    • To collapse; yield or break-down suddenly.
    • To clap or strike, once the wings; flap.
    • To go over abruptly to a different part or celebration; make a rapid modification of association or allegiance.
    • resulting in to fall or hang down.
    • To flap.
    • To plump straight down out of the blue; change or come down with a flop: because, to flop on a single's knees.
    • To collapse; yield or break up unexpectedly.
    • To go over out of the blue to a different part or party; make a rapid change of organization or allegiance.

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