American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Informal The reverse side, as of a phonograph record.
- n. Informal The opposite side: "The flip side of retrospectively savaging the loser is beatifying . . . the winner” ( Charles Krauthammer).
- n. music, dated, 1930, 1980 The B-side of a phonograph record that carried a less popular recording.
- n. The converse; opposite, usually negative, inherent aspects or consequences of something.
- n. a different aspect of something (especially the opposite aspect)
“The flip side of these positive and romantic emotions is Gucci’s fragrance “Envy.””
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