(cause to) move up and down or from side to side
give a light blow to with sth soft and flat
a wild flat thin part of anything hangs down
a light blow given by flapping
a state of exited anxiety
"he wrote on the flap of the envelope"
"he was in a dither"
"there was a terrible flap about the theft"
"The curtains undulated"
"the waves rolled towards the beach"
"flags flapped in the strong wind"
"The bird flapped its wings"
"The eagle beat its wings and soared high into the sky"
"The bird's wings were flapping"
Give him a soft Flap on his Eyes.
I shall flappe hym as a fole to fall at my fete.
出自： J. Skelton
那只鹅笨重地拍翅跑开了。 flap sth ⇔ away
He flapped the flies away with a fan.