Definição de 'flap'

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No need to get into a flap about any big change here. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The wind chimes flap when the door opens. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is produced by flapping wings. Smithsonian Mag (2017)Wet costumes are strung onto the back of the boat and flap in the wind, drying for the next stint in the ocean. Times, Sunday Times (2016)DON'T get in a flap about wrap. The Sun (2014)Then simply replace the compost and fold the flaps back down to cover the surface. The Sun (2015)The extra space gives birds room to flap their wings and display other natural behaviour. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Then choose a number and lift the flap. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The tongue of his belt flaps in the breeze. Oxenhorn, Harvey Tuning the Rig: A Journey to the Arctic (1990)Tuck flap of skin underneath the bird to stop stuffing leaking out. The Sun (2012)But his flap at the cross for the equaliser was worrying. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You could hardly flap your wings without hitting at least two more ducks over the head. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They have two large pockets which are positioned behind the saddle flap on either side. Eccles, Lesley Your First Horse - buying, feeding, caring (1989)Trade winds flap at the royal palms. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Britain had got into just as much of a flap about the book. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Push back the rubber flap and trip the inside latch. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It had a mesh veil that covered her face and a long flap that covered her stomach area. The Sun (2013)Remember that the next time you find yourself enjoying compliments so much they take on the sound of a flapping cape. Christianity Today (2000)He flaps as one might, when shocked from deep sleep. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Make one turn with the bandage, then fold down the angled piece of bandage and make another turn to cover the flap. Eccles, Lesley Your First Horse - buying, feeding, caring (1989)From time to time they plunge off the hillside, flapping furiously as though their wings are not big enough to maintain their body weight. Times, Sunday Times (2010)If you get too hot or cold you will not be able to perform, and if you have clothes flapping around you will be restricted. Times, Sunday Times (2012)If there's a pocket flap, there has to be a pocket. Times, Sunday Times (2014)

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Traduções de flap

Inglês Britânico: flap /flæp/ VERB
If something that is attached at one end flaps, or if you flap it, it moves quickly up and down or from side to side.
The bird flapped its wings.
Grey sheets flapped on the clothes line.
  • Inglês Americano: flap
  • Árabe: يُرَفْرِفُ
  • Português Brasileiro: agitar
  • Chinês: 拍打
  • Croata: lepršati
  • Tcheco: třepotat (se)
  • Dinamarquês: blafre
  • Holandês: flappen
  • Espanhol Europeu: agitarse
  • Finlandês: läpättää
  • Francês: claquer
  • Alemão: schlagen Flügel
  • Grego: φτερουγίζω
  • Italiano: sbattere
  • Japonês: パタパタ動かす
  • Coreano: 퍼덕거리다
  • Norueguês: flakse
  • Polonês: trzepnąć
  • Português Europeu: agitar
  • Romeno: a flutura
  • Russo: хлопать
  • Espanhol: agitar batir
  • Sueco: slå dunka
  • Tailandês: กระพือปีก
  • Turco: kanat çırpmak
  • Ucraniano: плескати
  • Vietnamita: đập cánh
Inglês Britânico: flap NOUN
A flap of cloth or skin, for example, is a flat piece of it that can move freely up and down or from side to side because it is held or attached by only one edge.
He drew back the tent flap and strode out into the blizzard.
  • Inglês Americano: flap
  • Português Brasileiro: aba
  • Chinês: 一端固定、可自由掀动的布或皮
  • Espanhol Europeu: solapa
  • Francês: rabat
  • Alemão: Lasche
  • Italiano: lembo
  • Japonês: 布・皮などのパタパタするもの
  • Coreano: 천이나 피부의 늘어진 부분
  • Português Europeu: aba
  • Espanhol: solapa


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