suomi-englanti sanakirja

flip englannista suomeksi

  1. heitto

  2. raivostua, pimahtaa

  3. viskata

  4. pyörähdys

  5. munatoti

  6. selata

  7. pyöräytys

  8. näpäyttää

  9. heittää

  10. napsauttaa

  11. kääntää

  12. seota

  13. kääntyä

  14. voltti

  15. heittää ilmaan

  16. lipevä

  1. voltti; heitto of a coin or similar object

  2. täyskäännös

  3. heittää

  4. pimahtaa, seota

  5. kääntää

  6. Verbi

  7. Substantiivi

flip englanniksi

  1. A maneuver which rotates an object end over end.

  2. ''We'll decide this on a flip of a coin.''

    ''The diver did a couple of flips before landing in the pool.''

  3. A complete change of direction, decision, movement etc.

  4. A slingshot.

  5. 1986, George Scarbrough, ''A summer ago'' (page 123)

  6. He loaded his flip and took careful aim at what he considered to be Emily's most vulnerable spot (..)
  7. A hairstyle popular among boys in the 1960s–70s and 2000s–10s, in which the hair goes halfway down the ears, at which point it out|sticks out

  8. ''Justin Bieber and Zac Efron are among the celebrities who wore a flip.''

  9. The purchase of an asset (usually a house) which is then improved and sold quickly for profit.

  10. 2007, Rick Villani, Clay Davis, Gary Keller, ''Flip: How to Find, Fix, and Sell Houses for Profit'' (page viii)

  11. What they bring to the table is hard-won brass-tacks knowledge from over fifteen years of personal investing as well as riding shotgun on over 1,000 flips with their clients.
  12. The tendency of a gun's barrel to jerk about at the moment of firing.

  13. 1961, Sir Gerald Burrard, ''The gun. The cartridge'' (page 224)

  14. In the case of rifles flip is counteracted by the sighting of the weapons, and it is because of flip that the sights cannot be set so that the line of sight is exactly parallel to the axis of the bore.
  15. 2015, Tara Dixon Engel, ''The Handgun Guide for Women'' (page 33)

  16. A small, lightweight round, such as a .22 LR, generates very manageable recoil and muzzle flip (how much the nose of the gun flips up when you fire it).
  17. To throw so as to over.

  18. (syn)


  19. {{quote-journal|en|date=September 16, 2011|author=Ben Dirs|title=Rugby World Cup 2011: New Zealand 83-7 Japan|work=BBC Sport|url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/rugby_union/14811661.stm

  20. To put into a quick revolving motion through a snap of the thumb and finger.

  21. To win a state (or county) won by another party in the preceding elections.

  22. To (w); to agree to testify against one's co-conspirators in exchange for concessions from prosecutors.

  23. To induce someone to (w); to get someone to agree to testify against their co-conspirators in exchange for concessions.

  24. To go berserk or crazy.

  25. To buy an asset (usually a house), improve it and sell it quickly for profit.

  26. (quote-journal)

  27. To refinance (a loan), accruing additional fees.

  28. 2002, ''BNA's Banking Report'' (volume 78, page 747)

  29. The bill makes it illegal to encourage borrowers to repeatedly refinance, or "flip," a loan primarily to collect more fees.
  30. 2002, United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, ''Predatory Mortgage Lending'' (page 70)

  31. Some of our consumer protection offices are all too familiar with the abusive practice of "flipping" loans.
  32. To invert a bit (binary digit), changing it from 0 to 1 or from 1 to 0.

  33. To over or pass along.

  34. 2014, Martyn Kinsella-Jones, ''A Falling of Angels''

  35. "Flip me the details, and I'll have a beaky round for you."
  36. To switch to another task, etc.

  37. 2022, Michelle McCraw, ''Boss Me''

  38. I flipped from the calendar app to the email app and logged in to view Cooper's. The unreads were staggering; I'd have to triage them later.
  39. (ngd)

  40. (quote-book)

  41. Having the quality of playfulness, or lacking seriousness of purpose.

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

  43. Sarcastic.

  44. Disrespectful, flippant.

  45. ''Don't get flip with me or I'll knock you into next Tuesday!''

  46. A mixture of beer, spirit, etc., stirred and heated by a hot iron (a "dog").

  47. (RQ:Smollett Peregrine Pickle).

  48. 1808–10, (w), ''Memoirs of a Georgian Rake'', Folio Society 1995, p. 21:

  49. I frequently took of large potations, though not of champagne certainly, but port, strong ales, and punch, and when our funds were low as sometimes happened, hot flip (..).
  50. (nl-verb form of)

  51. a type of alcoholic punch from Normandy, composed of cider and calvados

  52. backflip