the reverse and usually less popular side of a phonograph record.
an opposite, reverse, or sharply contrasted side or aspect of something or someone:
The flip side of their charitable activities is a desire for publicity.
another term for B-side
another, less familiar aspect of a person or thing: the flip side of John Lennon
language An early system on the IBM 1130. [Listed in CACM 2(5):16, May 1959]. (2004-09-14)
- Flip the script
verb phrase To reverse a role or situation; turn a circumstance around: But is that still true if we flip the script? (1990s+)
[flip-top] /ˈflɪpˌtɒp/ Trademark. 1. a brand name for a cigarette box having a hinged upper lid or cover. adjective 2. (lowercase) (def 1). noun 3. (lowercase) (defs 2, 3). [pop-top] /ˈpɒpˌtɒp/ adjective 1. (of a can) having a top with a tab or ring that when pulled up or off exposes a precut hole or […]