flip for

flip someone for something

to flip [a coin] with someone to determine the posession of something or the right to do something. Maybe it's yours; maybe it's mine. I'll flip you for it.
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flip for

v.
1. To determine who gets to have something or do something by flipping a coin: Both of us wanted the last slice of pie, so we flipped for it.
2. To react enthusiastically or passionately to someone or something: I flipped for the new bartender. Sunbathers will flip for these new stylish swimsuits.
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4] The story opens with Gunther, who is "the shrimplike color of new Play-Doh," pumping Flip for script information: "the sci-fi one with the giant radioactive crayfish and the girl scientist who understands them" (184-5).