Noun. A taxi driver's term for an unbooked customer or fare. Also flimping, the act of picking up such a fare. E.g."I picked up a great £80 flimp to East Midlands airport, and they tipped me £10 aswell." South Wales/Leicestershire/Midlands use
Verb. To pick-up an unbooked fare. See noun, above. E.g."I flimped a couple of gorgeous girls on the High Street."

English slang and colloquialisms. 2014.

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