自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
VERB 迅速打开(或关掉)(装置);按(开关) If you flip a device on or off, or if you flip a switch, you turn it on or off by pressing the switch quickly.
He didn't flip on the headlights until he was two blocks away...
Then he walked out, flipping the lights off...
VERB 快速翻阅;浏览 If you flip through the pages of a book, for example, you quickly turn over the pages in order to find a particular one or to get an idea of the contents.
He was flipping through a magazine in the living room...
He flipped the pages of the diary and began reading the last entry.
V-ERG (使)移动;(使)转动;(使)翻动 If something flips over, or if you flip it over or into a different position, it moves or is moved into a different position.
The plane then flipped over and burst into flames...
He flipped it neatly on to the plate.
VERB (用拇指)弹，抛，掷 If you flip something, especially a coin, you use your thumb to make it turn over and over, as it goes through the air.
I pulled a coin from my pocket and flipped it...
I flipped a butt out of the window and drove on.
VERB 突然心烦意乱;勃然大怒 If someone flips, they suddenly become extremely upset or angry because of something that has happened.
He got so provoked that he flipped.
ADJ-GRADED 轻率的;随便的;不严肃的 If you say that someone is being flip, you disapprove of them because you think that what they are saying shows they are not being serious enough about something.
...a flip answer...
The tone of the book is sometimes too flip.