flopped, past participle; flops, 3rd person singular present; flopping, present participle; flopped, past tense;
Fall, move, or hang in a heavy, loose, and ungainly way
black hair flopped across his forehead
Sit or lie down heavily or suddenly in a specified place, esp. when very tired
Liz flopped down into the armchair
Rest or sleep in a specified place
I'm going to flop here for the night
(of a performer or show) Be completely unsuccessful; fail totally
prime-time dramas that flopped in the U.S. market
Invert (a negative) so that the right and left sides of a photograph are reversed
a cover photograph of downtown Pittsburgh that we inadvertently flopped
A heavy, loose, and ungainly movement, or a sound made by it
they hit the ground with a flop
A cheap place to sleep
A total failure
the play had been a flop
floating-point operation: an arithmetic operation performed on floating-point numbers; "this computer can perform a million flops per second"
fall loosely; "He flopped into a chair"
with a flopping sound; "he tumbled flop into the mud"
someone who is unsuccessful
fall suddenly and abruptly
right: exactly; "he fell flop on his face"
A list of films produced in Argentina in 1990: * at the Internet Movie Database
And One is a German synthpop and EBM band. Their members include Steve Naghavi, Chris Ruiz (1989–1991 and 2001 to present), Joke Jay (1992–2001), Rick Schah (1994–2001), Alex Two (1990–1993), Annelie Bertilsson (2000) and Gio van Oli (2001 to present).
In algebraic geometry, flips and flops are codimension-2 surgery operations arising in the minimal model program, given by blowing up along a relative canonical ring. ...
Flop was an early-1990s pop punk band from Seattle, Washington. The band gained some exposure as a result of a brief appearance in Doug Pray's motion picture documentary Hype!.
In basketball, flop is a pejorative term that refers to a defensive player intentionally falling backward to the floor upon physical contact with an offensive player. ...
In poker, the flop refers to the dealing of the first three face-up cards to the board, or to those three cards themselves, in community card poker variants, particularly Texas hold 'em and Omaha hold 'em.
An incident of a certain type of fall; a plopping down; A complete failure, especially in the entertainment industry; The first three cards turned face-up by the dealer in a community card poker game; A ponded package of dung, as in a cow-flop; To fall heavily, because lacking energy; To fail ...
A high soft shot often used to get a ball on the green with little roll or to get over something very high. This works best with a wedge of some sort.
The reverse side of an image.
Three first cards common for all players.
A number of games, such as Hold 'Em and Omaha, are played with 5 community cards.
To sell a new purchase for a short profit.
a place to sleep, by extension: "Flophouse", a cheap hotel.
when playing Texas Hold'em, this term refers to the set of 3 community cards which are the initial three cards placed on the board and are all dealt at one time.
The first three cards placed in the center of table that anyone may use to form a hand.
The first three community cards dealt.
in computer science, a floating point operation, an individual computational step as software executes in a computer. A floating point number is a number expressed as a product of a bounded number and an exponential scale factor, as in scientific notation.