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hip 1

 (hĭp)
n.
1.
a. The laterally projecting prominence of the pelvis or pelvic region from the waist to the thigh.
b. A homologous posterior part in quadrupeds.
c. The hip joint.
2. Architecture The external angle formed by the meeting of two adjacent sloping sides of a roof.

[Middle English, from Old English hype.]

hip 2

 (hĭp) also hep (hĕp)
adj. hip·per, hip·pest also hep·per or hep·pest Slang
1. Keenly aware of or knowledgeable about the latest trends or developments.
2. Very fashionable or stylish.

[Origin unknown.]

hip n. & v.
hip′ly adv.
hip′ness n.

hip 3

 (hĭp)
n.
A rose hip.

[Middle English hipe, from Old English hēope.]

hip 4

 (hĭp)
interj.
Usually used to begin a cheer: Hip, hip, hooray!

hip

(hɪp)
n
1. (Anatomy) (often plural) either side of the body below the waist and above the thigh, overlying the lateral part of the pelvis and its articulation with the thighbones
2. (Anatomy) another name for pelvis1
3. (Anatomy) short for hip joint
4. (Architecture) the angle formed where two sloping sides of a roof meet or where a sloping side meets a sloping end
[Old English hype; related to Old High German huf, Gothic hups, Dutch heup]
ˈhipless adj
ˈhipˌlike adj

hip

(hɪp)
n
(Plants) the berry-like brightly coloured fruit of a rose plant: a swollen receptacle, rich in vitamin C, containing several small hairy achenes. Also called: rosehip
[Old English héopa; related to Old Saxon hiopo, Old High German hiufo, Dutch joop, Norwegian dialect hjūpa]

hip

(hɪp)
interj
an exclamation used to introduce cheers (in the phrase hip, hip, hurrah)
[C18: of unknown origin]

hip

(hɪp) or

hep

adj, hipper, hippest, hepper or heppest
1. aware of or following the latest trends in music, ideas, fashion, etc
2. (foll by: to) informed (about)
[C20: variant of earlier hep]

HIP

(hɪp)
n acronym for
(Surveying) (in England and Wales) home information pack: a set of documents that a seller must possess before his or her property can be put on the market

hip1

(hɪp)

n.
1. the projecting part on each side of the body surrounding the hip joint; haunch.
3. the inclined projecting angle formed by the junction of two sloping sides of a roof.
[before 1000; Middle English hipe, hupe, Old English hype, c. Old High German huf, Gothic hups hip, loin]
hip′less, adj.
hip′like`, adj.

hip2

(hɪp)

n.
the fleshy fruit of a rose, often bright red.
[before 900; Middle English hepe, Old English hēope hip, briar, c. Old Saxon hiopo, Old High German hiufo bramble]

hip3

(hɪp)

interj.
(used as a cheer): Hip, hip, hooray!

hip4

(hɪp)

adj. hip•per, hip•pest, adj.
1. familiar with or informed about the latest ideas, styles, developments, etc.; up-to-date; with it.
n.
2. the condition of being hip.
v.t.
3. to make or keep aware or informed.
Idioms:
hip to, aware of or attuned to; knowledgeable about.
[1900–05, Amer.; of disputed orig.]
hip′ly, adv.
hip′ness, n.

HIP

(ˈeɪtʃˈaɪˈpi or,sometimes, hɪp)
Health Insurance Plan.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hip - either side of the body below the waist and above the thighhip - either side of the body below the waist and above the thigh
body part - any part of an organism such as an organ or extremity
arteria glutes, gluteal artery - branches of the internal iliac artery that supply the hip joint and gluteal region
torso, trunk, body - the body excluding the head and neck and limbs; "they moved their arms and legs and bodies"
2.hip - the structure of the vertebrate skeleton supporting the lower limbs in humans and the hind limbs or corresponding parts in other vertebrateship - the structure of the vertebrate skeleton supporting the lower limbs in humans and the hind limbs or corresponding parts in other vertebrates
coccyx, tail bone - the end of the vertebral column in humans and tailless apes
hipbone, innominate bone - large flaring bone forming one half of the pelvis; made up of the ilium and ischium and pubis
ilium - the upper and widest of the three bones making up the hipbone
ischial bone, ischium, os ischii - one of the three sections of the hipbone; situated below the ilium
os pubis, pubic bone, pubis - one of the three sections of the hipbone; together these two bones form the front of the pelvis
sacrum - wedge-shaped bone consisting of five fused vertebrae forming the posterior part of the pelvis; its base connects with the lowest lumbar vertebra and its tip with the coccyx
girdle - an encircling or ringlike structure
appendicular skeleton - the part of the skeleton that includes the pectoral girdle and the pelvic girdle and the upper and lower limbs
articulatio coxae, coxa, hip joint, hip - the ball-and-socket joint between the head of the femur and the acetabulum
3.hip - the ball-and-socket joint between the head of the femur and the acetabulumhip - the ball-and-socket joint between the head of the femur and the acetabulum
ischial bone, ischium, os ischii - one of the three sections of the hipbone; situated below the ilium
thigh - the part of the leg between the hip and the knee
articulatio spheroidea, ball-and-socket joint, cotyloid joint, enarthrodial joint, enarthrosis, spheroid joint - a freely moving joint in which a sphere on the head of one bone fits into a rounded cavity in the other bone
pelvic arch, pelvic girdle, pelvis, hip - the structure of the vertebrate skeleton supporting the lower limbs in humans and the hind limbs or corresponding parts in other vertebrates
4.hip - (architecture) the exterior angle formed by the junction of a sloping side and a sloping end of a roof
hip roof, hipped roof - a roof having sloping ends as well as sloping sides
architecture - the discipline dealing with the principles of design and construction and ornamentation of fine buildings; "architecture and eloquence are mixed arts whose end is sometimes beauty and sometimes use"
exterior angle, external angle - the supplement of an interior angle of a polygon
5.hip - the fruit of a rose planthip - the fruit of a rose plant    
rose, rosebush - any of many shrubs of the genus Rosa that bear roses
fruit - the ripened reproductive body of a seed plant
Adj.1.hip - informed about the latest trends
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
informed - having much knowledge or education; "an informed public"; "informed opinion"; "the informed customer"

hip

adjective (Slang) trendy (Brit. informal), with it, fashionable, in, aware, informed, wise (slang), switched-on (informal), sussed (Brit. slang), clued-up (informal) a hip young character with tight-cropped hair

hip

adjective
Slang. Marked by comprehension, cognizance, and perception:
Idiom: on to.
Translations
وِرْكمعاصِر، حديث، على الموضَهمقياس الورك
bokkyčelmoderníjdoucí s dobou
hoftehoftemålmed på noderne
lannelonkka
kuk
csípő
mjaîmamálmjöîm
엉덩이
gūžagūžu apkārtmērsmodigs
bedrová kosťbok
bokkolk
kuk
höft
สะโพก
hông

hip

1 [hɪp]
A. N (Anat) → cadera f
to shoot from the hip (= lit) → disparar sin apuntar (fig) (= act without thinking) → actuar sin pensar; (= speak without thinking) → hablar sin pensar
B. CPD hip bath Nbaño m de asiento, polibán m
hip flask Npetaca f
hip joint Narticulación f de la cadera
hip pocket Nbolsillo m de atrás, bolsillo m trasero
hip replacement (operation) Noperación f de trasplante de cadera
hip size Ntalla f de cadera

hip

2 [hɪp] N (Bot) → escaramujo m

hip

3 [hɪp] EXCL hip hip hurray!¡viva!

hip

4 [hɪp] ADJ to be hip (= up-to-date) → estar al día; (= well-informed) → estar al tanto (de lo que pasa), estar enterado

hip

[ˈhɪp]
n
[person, animal] → hanche f
to break one's hip → se casser la hanche, se casser le col du fémur
He's broken his right hip → Il s'est cassé la hanche droite.
artificial hip → prothèse f de la hanche, hanche f artificielle
to put one's hands on one's hips → mettre ses mains sur ses hanches
(= fruit) → fruit m de l'églantier, fruit m du rosier
adj (= trendy) → branché(e)
excl
hip hip hooray!, hip hip hurrah! → hip, hip, hip hourrah!
modif [injury] → à la hanche; [surgery, operation] → de la hanchehip flask nflasque f

hip

in cpdsHüft-;
hip bath
nSitzbad nt
hipbone
n (Anat) → Hüftbein nt, → Hüftknochen m
hip flask
nTaschenflasche f, → Flachmann m (inf)
hip-hop
n (Mus) → Hip-Hop n
hip-huggers
pl (US) → Hüfthose(n) f(pl)
hip joint
n (Anat) → Hüftgelenk nt
hip measurement
nHüftweite f, → Hüftumfang m

hip

1
nHüfte f; with one’s hands on one’s hipsdie Arme in die Hüften gestemmt ? shoot

hip

2
n (Bot) → Hagebutte f

hip

3
interj hip! hip!, hurrah!hipp hipp, hurra!

hip

4
adj (inf)hip (inf); to be hip to somethingin etw (dat)voll drin sein (inf); to get hip to somethingsich in etw (acc)voll reinhängen (sl)

hip

1 [hɪp] n (Anat) → anca; (side) → fianco
to put one's hands on one's hips → mettersi le mani sui fianchi

hip

2 [hɪp] n (Bot) → frutto della rosa canina

hip

3 [hɪp] adj (fam) (trendy) → all'ultima moda, in inv

hip1

(hip) noun
1. (the bones in) either of the two sides of the body just below the waist. She fell and broke her left hip.
2. (the measurement round) the body at the level of the widest part of the upper leg and buttocks. This exercise is good for the hips; What hip size are you?

hip2

(hip) adjective
(slang) (of people) up-to-date; following the latest fashion in music, clothes etc.

hip

وِرْك bok hofte Hüfte γοφός cadera lanne hanche kuk anca 엉덩이 heup hofte biodro anca, quadril бедро höft สะโพก kalça hông

hip

n. cadera, región lateral de la pelvis;
___ dislocationdislocación de la ___;
___ dislocation, congenitaldislocación congénita de la ___;
___ jointarticulación de la ___;
snapping ______ de resorte;
total ___ replacementrestitución total de la ___.

hip

n cadera
References in classic literature ?
Both Kristoforas and his brother, Juozapas, were cripples, the latter having lost one leg by having it run over, and Kristoforas having congenital dislocation of the hip, which made it impossible for him ever to walk.
They then set my left arm in two places, pulled my right hip into its socket again, and re-elevated my nose.
He quite shook hands with me - which was a violent proceeding for him, his usual course being to slide a tepid little fish-slice, an inch or two in advance of his hip, and evince the greatest discomposure when anybody grappled with it.
To the enquiries of Athelstane and Cedric, the old Jew could for some time only answer by invoking the protection of all the patriarchs of the Old Testament successively against the sons of Ishmael, who were coming to smite them, hip and thigh, with the edge of the sword.
And, drawing himself up to his full height, with his hand on his hip, wagging the hideous thing that was his head on his shoulders, he roared, `Look at me
Again I warn you, Sven--" and he tapped the revolver that swung in its holster at his hip.
Full, then, of this conviction, he pulled his cap down over his eyes, and endeavoring to copy some of the court airs he had picked up in Gascony among young traveling nobles, he advanced with one hand on the hilt of his sword and the other resting on his hip.
Ten young descendants of Marius and the Gracchi, barefooted and out at elbows, with one hand resting on the hip and the other gracefully curved above the head, stared at the traveller, the post-chaise, and the horses; to these were added about fifty little vagabonds from the Papal States, who earned a pittance by diving into the Tiber at high water from the bridge of St.
On this, as he passed, he gave Ulysses a kick on the hip out of pure wantonness, but Ulysses stood firm, and did not budge from the path.
But the son of Tydeus caught up a mighty stone, so huge and great that as men now are it would take two to lift it; nevertheless he bore it aloft with ease unaided, and with this he struck Aeneas on the groin where the hip turns in the joint that is called the "cup-bone.
Aramis carried his head high, like a man accustomed to command: his violet robe was tucked up on one side, and his white hand was on his hip.
Then the young man stood there, with his hand on his hip, and with a conscious grin, staring askance at Miss Noemie.