Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) become enraged or very angry, or be ecstatic or very excited
How to MemorizePopularity LowProfessional MediumSocial
he'll flip out when he hears the news
To flip out is a colloquial American phrase which can mean either to lose one's temper or lose control over your emotions (in a positive way). This is a very informal phrase you are more likely to use with friends or family. Similar expressions are ‘to lose the rag’, ‘to lose it’, and ‘lose your temper’.
Social Examples (Basic)
Oh, my God! I can't believe you're getting married! Mom and Dad are going to flip out!
I spilt coffee on Jon's laptop and he is going to absolutely flip out.
Professional Examples (Basic)
When our Manager sees how much of the budget we spent on champagne,he's going to flip out.
I amgoing to completely flip outif the contractor asks to extend the deadline again.
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