noun (pl) flannies
(Austral, slang) a shirt made of flannel or flannelette
[flap] /flæp/ verb (used without object), flapped, flapping. 1. to swing or sway back and forth loosely, especially with noise: A loose shutter flapped outside the window. 2. to move up and down, as wings; flap the wings, or make similar movements. 3. to strike a blow with something broad and flexible. 4. Slang. to […]
noun 1. See under (def 2). [flan, flahn; for 1 also Spanish flahn; for 2 also French flahn] /flæn, flɑn; for 1 also Spanish flɑn; for 2 also French flɑ̃/ noun, plural flans [flanz, flahnz; for 2 alsoFrench flahn] /flænz, flɑnz; for 2 alsoFrench flɑ̃/ (Show IPA). Spanish, flanes [flah-nes] /ˈflɑ nɛs/ (Show IPA), for […]
- Flap amputation
flap amputation n. Amputation in which flaps of muscular and cutaneous tissues are used to cover the end of the bone. Also called flap operation.
[flap-dood-l] /ˈflæpˌdud l/ noun, Informal. 1. nonsense; bosh. /ˈflæpˌduːdəl/ noun 1. (slang) foolish talk; nonsense n. 1833, originally “the stuff they feed fools on” [Marryat]; an arbitrary formation. noun Nonsense; foolishness; baloney: He then goes on to utter other flap-doodle for the nourishment of the mind (1833+)