pointed or thin end of sth
small part or piece fitted to the end of sth
place where rubbish may be tipped
dirty or untidy place
small sum of money given to a waiter, taxi driver, etc.as personal reward for their services
small but useful piece of practical advice
(cause sth to) rise, lean or tilt on one side or at one end
cause (the contents of sth) to pour out by tilting
cover the end or edge of sth a colour, a substance,etc.
give a tip to sb
touch or strike sth lightly
give advice or an opinion about sb/sth
"he got a tip on the stock market"
"a good lead for a job"
"the cannibal's teeth were filed to sharp points"
"the view from the peak was magnificent"
"they clambered to the tip of Monadnock"
"the region is a few molecules wide at the summit"
"tip the screen upward"
"tip the arrow with the small stone"
"Remember to tip the waiter"
"fee the steward"
"She leaned over the banister"
"He tapped me on the shoulder"
"He tipped off the police about the terrorist plot"
The cigar tip glowed.
出自： B. Breytenbach
The tips of her fingers had gone icy.
出自： J. C. Oates
She lives in an absolute tip of a flat.
出自： V. Glendinning
The report..surveyed a 100..waste tips.
They give me vast tips, especially the Yanks.
出自： J. Trollope
A new collection of managerial tips, with chapters on selling, negotiating, managing.
出自：New York Times
My tip is, 'Buy 1985s'.
He tipped off a satisfactory length of ash.
出自： G. Greene
Two men saw the boat tip.
出自： L. Erdrich
The sun tips with light the mountains of Ingeli.
出自： A. Paton
Wooden gouges tipped with stainless steel needles.
I tipped the cabby.
出自： D. Shields
Phillips is tipped as a hot favourite to get an Oscar Award.
汽车翻进沟里。 tip sb/sth into sth
The boat rocked, tipping some of the passengers into the river.
Her hand slipped and she tipped some of the tea into her plate by mistake.
She tipped the slops out of the bucket into the sink.
Just tip the wood into this box, will you?
The cart stopped suddenly, tipping its load off in the middle of the road.
马车突然停下来,车上的货滑落到路中间。 tip sb ⇔ off
Someone tipped the gang off and they escaped before the police arrived.
A friend tipped Mike off about the precarious financial position of the company, and he sold his shares in time.
The police were tipped off that the criminals were planning to rob the bank.
The moonshiners had been tipped off that they were about to be raided.
火车猛地一颠停了下来,我差一点从铺位上摔下来。 tip sb/sth ⇔ out
Buckets rise on a long chain from the well, and the water is tipped out into irrigation channels.
The load is tipped out at the dumping site.
A canoe will sometimes tip over quickly.
独木舟有时一下子就会翻掉。 tip sth ⇔ over
The typhoon nearly tipped over the house.
Careful!You'll tip the boat over.
The clumsy boy tipped the jar of paint over .
The ladder fell, tipping the tin of paint over so that they ran all over the floor.
I'm sorry I tipped the vase over.
The last of the glasses broke when Mary tipped over the sideboard.
The bowl was tipped over by the cat which jumped in through the window.
别倚桌子,不然就倚倒了。 tip sth ⇔ up
He got so angry that he tipped the table up.
Tip the box up and empty it.
Please tip up the sofa so that I may remove the carpet from under it.
请把沙发往上推,让我把地毯从下面拖出来。 tip up
These bunks can tip up and fold back into the wall.
这些铺位可以翻起来并折叠收入墙内。 tip sth ⇔ up
Many theatres and cinemas have seats that can be tipped up.
很多剧场和电影院都有可以翻起来的座位。 tip up for sth
You buy the tickets and I'll tip up for the meal.