1. [1950s] (US drugs) to become unconscious through an overdose of a drug.
2. [1950s+] (orig. US, also flit, pliff) to lose control, to get over-excited or very worried; often ext. in phr. flip one’s cork/frijoles/noodle/raspberry/stack.
3. [1950s+] to excite (sexually).
4. [1960s] to be sexually excited.
5. [1960s] to become drunk.
6. [1990s+] (US black) to start an argument, to fight, esp. with an intimate.
7. see flip out v. (5)
[1950s+] (orig. US) to become fascinated, obsessed by.
see under jib n.1
see under bananas adj.
see under bean n.1
see under cookie n.1
[1950s–60s] (US) to lose one’s temper; to go mad.
see blow one’s gourd under gourd n.
see under lid n.
[1940s–60s] (US black) to go crazy, to lose one’s temper; thus fliptop adj., crazy; as n., a crazy person.
see under wig n.2
see separate entries.