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flap British & World English

(Of a bird) move (its wings) up and down when flying or preparing to fly

cat flap British & World English

A small hinged flap in an outer door, through which a cat may enter or leave a building

ear flap British & World English

A flap of material on a hat or cap, covering the ear

flap valve British & World English

A valve opened and closed by a plate hinged at one side

storm flap British & World English

A piece of material designed to protect an opening or fastening on a tent or coat from the effects of rain

flapshell British & World English

A soft-shelled turtle, native to India and Africa, with flaps of skin on the lower shell that fold to protect the hindlimbs and tail, and flexible margins to the upper shell that protect the head and limbs

flap-shelled turtle in flapshell British & World English

A soft-shelled turtle, native to India and Africa, with flaps of skin on the lower shell that fold to protect the hindlimbs and tail, and flexible margins to the upper shell that protect the head and limbs

flap English Thesaurus

the mallards flapped their wings angrily

flap English-Spanish

tapa f

cow flap in cow flop English-Spanish

boñiga f, bosta f

don't flap! in flap English-Spanish

¡tranquila, mujer!

to be in/get into a flap in flap English-Spanish

estar*/ponerse* como loco

there's a big flap (on) at the office in flap English-Spanish

se ha armado tremendo lío en la oficina

the eagle flew off with a flap of its wings in flap English-Spanish

el águila echó a volar con un batir de alas, el águila echó a volar dando un aletazo