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flop British & World English

Fall, move, or hang in a loose and ungainly way

-flop British & World English

Floating-point operations per second (used as a measure of computing power)

flop English Thesaurus

he flopped into a chair

flip-flop British & World English

A light sandal, typically of plastic or rubber, with a thong between the big and second toe

megaflop1 British & World English

A unit of computing speed equal to one million or (strictly) 1,048,576 floating-point operations per second

megaflop2 British & World English

A thing that is a complete failure

bellyflop British & World English

A dive into water, landing flat on one’s front