flop

[ flop ]
/ flɒp /

verb (used without object), flopped, flop·ping.

verb (used with object), flopped, flop·ping.

noun

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Origin of flop

1595–1605; 1890–95 for def 11; variant of flap

OTHER WORDS FROM flop

flop·per, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for flopped

flop
/ (flɒp) /

verb flops, flopping or flopped

noun

Word Origin for flop

C17: variant of flap
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