Flip Out – English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

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Flip Out
Flip out means to become angry or upset.

  • When Jack came to the meeting late, the boss flipped out.
  • My wife flipped out when I came home drunk.
  • If you don’t pass your exam, your parents are going to flip out!

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