[flin-tee] /ˈflɪn ti/
adjective, flintier, flintiest.
composed of, containing, or resembling , especially in hardness.
unyielding; unmerciful; obdurate:
a flinty heart.
adjective flintier, flintiest
of, relating to, or resembling flint
hard or cruel; obdurate; unyielding
“hard-hearted,” 1530s, from flint + -y (2). Literal sense of “resembling flint” is from 1640s. Related: Flintily; flintiness.
[flip] /flɪp/ verb (used with object), flipped, flipping. 1. to toss or put in motion with a sudden impulse, as with a snap of a finger and thumb, especially so as to cause to turn over in the air: to flip a coin. 2. to move (something) suddenly or jerkily. 3. to turn over, especially […]
[flip-boo k] /ˈflɪpˌbʊk/ noun 1. a small book consisting of a series of images in different positions that create the illusion of flowing movement when the thumb is placed so the pages flip quickly.
noun 1. a set of sheets, as of cardboard or paper, hinged at the top so that they can be flipped over to show information or illustrations in sequence. noun 1. a pad, containing large sheets of paper that can be easily turned over, mounted on a stand and used to present reports, data, etc
- Flip chip
noun an electronic computer chip whose connections on one side are made simultaneously and automatically by placing the chip upside-down on the matching substrate and applying heat or pressure Word Origin 1966