Synonyms of flip in English:

flip


See definition of flip

verb

1‘he saw a car flip over and land upside down’

SYNONYMS
overturn, turn over, tip over, roll over, upturn, capsize, turn topsy-turvy
keel over, topple over, turn turtle
throw over, overthrow, upend, invert, knock over
pitchpole
informal roll
Scottish, Northern Irish cowp
archaic overset

2‘he flipped the key through the air to McGowan’

SYNONYMS
throw, flick, toss, fling, sling, pitch, cast, spin, twist, hurl, shy, lob, propel, launch, project, send, dash, bowl
informal chuck, bung

3‘I flipped the transmitter switch’

SYNONYMS
flick, click, snap, jerk, pull, tug, tweak
informal yank

Phrases

    flip side

    1‘anger is often considered the flip side of depression’


    SYNONYMS
    other side, reverse side, back, rear, underside, wrong side, B-side, verso

    2‘after suffering injury Phil discovered the flip side of a footballer's life’


    SYNONYMS
    downside, drawbacks, disadvantages, pitfalls
    flip through

    ‘he flipped through his address book’


    SYNONYMS
    thumb, thumb through, leaf through, flick through, run through, skim through, scan, look through, riffle through, browse through, dip into, glance at, glance through, peruse, read quickly, have a quick look at, run one's eye over, give something a once-over, give something the once-over
    ANTONYMS

    pore over