|flip-flop /flpflp/ v.
[I] -flopped, -flopping, -flops
to announce one decision now, but a different one later: The politician flip-flopped on taxation; first she was for the new tax, then against it. n. 1
an act of flip-flopping: She did a flip-flop on the tax issue. 2
an open summer shoe usu. made of rubber: I wore my flip-flops to the beach so that I could walk in the water.