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flip out

Sl. to lose control of oneself. After a sleepless night, Wally simply flipped out. I felt like I was going to flip out from the steady dripping of the faucet.
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flip out

to suddenly become excited, frightened, or crazy He didn't just flip out and start shooting, he planned to kill them. The first time I saw that film, I absolutely flipped out.
Usage notes: also used in the form flip someone out: I am not easily scared, but this totally flipped me out.
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flip out

v. Slang
1. To go crazy: The neighbors flipped out when my oak tree crashed onto their property.
2. To react strongly and especially enthusiastically; flip: When the broker showed me the spacious new apartment, I flipped out. The customer flipped out over the luxurious black convertible.
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flip (out)

in. to lose control of oneself; to go crazy. Wow, I almost flipped out when I heard about it.
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