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trip British & World English

Catch one’s foot on something and stumble or fall

trip English Thesaurus

Owen tripped on the loose stones

boat trip British & World English

A journey or excursion in a boat, especially for pleasure

day trip British & World English

A journey or excursion completed in one day

ego trip British & World English

An activity done in order to increase one’s sense of self-importance

head-trip British & World English

An intellectually stimulating experience

road trip British & World English

A journey made by car, bus, etc.

side trip British & World English

A minor excursion during a voyage or trip

trip hop British & World English

A style of dance music, usually slow in tempo, that combines elements of hip hop and dub reggae with softer, more ambient sounds

field trip British & World English

A trip made by students or research workers to study something at first hand

guilt trip British & World English

An experience of feeling guilty about something, especially when such guilt is self-indulgent or unjustified

power trip British & World English

A self-aggrandizing quest for ever-increasing control over others

round trip British & World English

A journey to one or more places and back again, especially by a route that does not cover the same ground twice

trip hammer British & World English

A large, heavy pivoted hammer used in forging, raised by a cam or lever and allowed to drop on the metal being worked

business trip British & World English

A visit made to a place for work purposes, typically one involving a journey of some distance

trip computer British & World English

An electronic odometer, typically with extra capabilities such as the ability to calculate fuel consumption

trip someone up in trip British & World English

Detect or expose someone in a mistake or inconsistency

trip the light fantastic British & World English

Dance, in particular engage in ballroom dancing

take a trip down memory lane British & World English

Indulge in pleasant or sentimental memories

road-trip in road trip British & World English

Make a journey by car, bus, etc.

tripwire British & World English

A wire stretched close to the ground, working a trap, explosion, or alarm when disturbed and serving to detect or prevent people or animals entering an area

guilt-trip in guilt trip British & World English

Make (someone) feel guilty, especially in order to induce them to do something

tripmeter British & World English

A vehicle instrument that can be set to record the distance of individual journeys

trip the light fantastic in trip British & World English

Dance, in particular engage in ballroom dancing

take a trip down memory lane in memory British & World English

Indulge in pleasant or sentimental memories

take a trip or walk down memory lane in memory British & World English

Indulge in pleasant or sentimental memories


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