flake out

Definitions

Slang

  • verb to leave (a place). An American teenagers’ idiom in use since the late 1970s.
  • verb to act eccentrically. From flake and flaky.
  • verb to collapse from weariness, fall asleep. In this sense the word is now a common colloquialism. Its derivation is uncertain.
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