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tip 1

 (tĭp)
n.
1. The end of a pointed or projecting object.
2. A piece or an attachment, such as a cap or ferrule, meant to be fitted to the end of something else: the barbed tip of a harpoon.
tr.v. tipped, tip·ping, tips
1. To furnish with a tip.
2. To cover or decorate the tip of: tip strawberries with chocolate.
3. To remove the tip of: tip artichokes.
4. To dye the ends of (hair or fur) in order to blend or improve appearance.
Phrasal Verb:
tip in Printing
To attach (an insert) in a book by gluing along the binding edge: tip in a color plate.
Idiom:
tip of the iceberg
A small evident part or aspect of something largely hidden.

[Middle English.]

tip 2

 (tĭp)
v. tipped, tip·ping, tips
v.tr.
1. To push or knock over; overturn or topple: bumped the table and tipped a vase.
2. To move to a slanting position; tilt: tipped the rearview mirror slightly downward; a weight that tipped the balance. See Synonyms at slant.
3. To touch or raise (one's hat) in greeting.
4. Chiefly British
a. To empty (something) by overturning; dump.
b. To dump (rubbish, for example).
v.intr.
1. To topple over; overturn: The trash can tipped over in the wind.
2. To be tilted; slant: The cabinet tipped toward the wall.
n.
1. The act of tipping.
2. A tilt or slant; an incline.
3. Chiefly British An area or a place for dumping something, such as rubbish.
Idioms:
tip (one's) hand
To reveal one's resources or intentions.
tip the scales
1. To register weight (at a certain amount).
2. To offset the balance of a situation.

[Middle English tippen.]

tip 3

 (tĭp)
v. tipped, tip·ping, tips
v.tr.
1. To strike gently; tap.
2.
a. Baseball To hit (a pitched ball) with the side of the bat so that it glances off.
b. Sports To tap or deflect (a ball or puck, for example), especially in scoring.
v.intr.
1. Sports To deflect or glance off. Used of a ball or puck.
2. Lower Southern US To tiptoe.
n.
1. A light blow; a tap.
2. Baseball A pitched ball that is tipped: a foul tip.

[From Middle English tippe, a tap, perhaps of Low German origin.]

tip 4

 (tĭp)
n.
1. A small sum of money given to someone for performing a service; a gratuity.
2.
a. A piece of confidential, advance, or inside information: got a tip on the next race.
b. A helpful hint: a column of tips on gardening.
v. tipped, tip·ping, tips
v.tr.
1.
a. To give a tip to: tipped the waiter generously.
b. To give as a tip: He tipped a dollar and felt that it was enough.
2. To provide with a piece of confidential, advance, or inside information: a disgruntled gang member who tipped the police to the planned robbery.
v.intr.
To give tips or a tip: one who tips lavishly.
Phrasal Verb:
tip out
1. To distribute a portion of one's tips to (a co-worker): The servers tip out everyone who buses the tables.
2. To distribute (a portion of one's tips) to co-workers.

[Origin unknown.]

tip′per n.

tip

(tɪp)
n
1. the extreme end of something, esp a narrow or pointed end
2. the top or summit
3. a small piece forming an extremity or end: a metal tip on a cane.
vb (tr) , tips, tipping or tipped
4. to adorn or mark the tip of
5. to cause to form a tip
[C15: from Old Norse typpa; related to Middle Low German, Middle Dutch tip]
ˈtipless adj

tip

(tɪp)
vb, tips, tipping or tipped
1. to tilt or cause to tilt
2. (usually foll by: over or up) to tilt or cause to tilt, so as to overturn or fall
3. Brit to dump (rubbish, etc)
4. tip one's hat to take off, raise, or touch one's hat in salutation
n
5. the act of tipping or the state of being tipped
6. Brit a dump for refuse, etc
[C14: of uncertain origin; related to top1, topple]
ˈtippable adj

tip

(tɪp)
n
1. (Commerce) a payment given for services in excess of the standard charge; gratuity
2. a helpful hint, warning, or other piece of information
3. (Gambling, except Cards) a piece of inside information, esp in betting or investing
vb, tips, tipping or tipped
(Commerce) to give a tip to (a person)
[C18: perhaps from tip4]

tip

(tɪp)
vb (tr) , tips, tipping or tipped
1. to hit or strike lightly
2. (Cricket) to hit (a ball) indirectly so that it glances off the bat in cricket
n
3. a light blow
4. (Cricket) a glancing hit in cricket
[C13: perhaps from Low German tippen]

tip1

(tɪp)

n., v. tipped, tip•ping. n.
1. a pointed end, esp. of something long or tapered: the tips of the fingers.
2. the top; apex: the tip of a steeple.
3. a small piece covering the extremity of something: a cane with a rubber tip.
4. a small, delicate tool for applying gold leaf.
5. tips, small plastic pieces glued to the ends of fingernails to extend their length.
v.t.
6. to furnish with a tip.
7. to serve as or form the tip of.
8. to mark or adorn the tip of.
9. to remove the tip or stem of.
10. to frost the ends of (hair strands).
11. tip in, to insert (an extra sheet, as a list of errata) into the signature of a book before binding.
[1175–1225; Middle English; compare Middle Dutch, Middle Low German tip, Middle High German zipf tip]
tip′less, adj.

tip2

(tɪp)

v. tipped, tip•ping,
n. v.t.
1. to cause to assume a slanting position; tilt.
2. to overturn; upset: to tip the basket over.
3. to lift (one's hat) in salutation.
v.i.
4. to assume a slanting position; incline.
5. to tilt up; slant.
6. to become overturned; upset: The car tipped into the ditch.
7. to tumble; topple: The lamp tipped over.
n.
8. the act of tipping.
9. the state of being tipped.
10. Brit. a dump for refuse.
Idioms:
tip one's hand, to reveal one's plans or feelings, often unintentionally.
[1300–50; earlier tipen, Middle English typen to upset, overturn, of uncertain orig.]
tip′pa•ble, adj.

tip3

(tɪp)

n., v. tipped, tip•ping. n.
2. a piece of confidential information, as for use in betting, speculating, or writing a news story.
3. a useful hint or idea; a basic, practical fact: tips on painting.
v.t.
4. to give a gratuity to: tipping a waiter.
v.i.
5. to give a gratuity: She tipped lavishly.
6. tip off,
a. to supply with confidential information.
b. to warn of impending trouble.
[1600–10; perhaps identical with tip4]
tip′less, adj.
tip′pa•ble, adj.

tip4

(tɪp)

n., v. tipped, tip•ping. n.
1. a light blow.
2. a batted baseball that glances off the bat. Compare foul tip.
v.t.
3. to hit with a light, smart blow.
4. to strike (a baseball) with a glancing blow.
[1425–75; late Middle English (n.); perhaps ultimately identical with tip1]

tip

See: pitch.

Tip

 a mound or mass of refuse or rubbish, 1863.

tip


Past participle: tipped
Gerund: tipping

Imperative
tip
tip
Present
I tip
you tip
he/she/it tips
we tip
you tip
they tip
Preterite
I tipped
you tipped
he/she/it tipped
we tipped
you tipped
they tipped
Present Continuous
I am tipping
you are tipping
he/she/it is tipping
we are tipping
you are tipping
they are tipping
Present Perfect
I have tipped
you have tipped
he/she/it has tipped
we have tipped
you have tipped
they have tipped
Past Continuous
I was tipping
you were tipping
he/she/it was tipping
we were tipping
you were tipping
they were tipping
Past Perfect
I had tipped
you had tipped
he/she/it had tipped
we had tipped
you had tipped
they had tipped
Future
I will tip
you will tip
he/she/it will tip
we will tip
you will tip
they will tip
Future Perfect
I will have tipped
you will have tipped
he/she/it will have tipped
we will have tipped
you will have tipped
they will have tipped
Future Continuous
I will be tipping
you will be tipping
he/she/it will be tipping
we will be tipping
you will be tipping
they will be tipping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been tipping
you have been tipping
he/she/it has been tipping
we have been tipping
you have been tipping
they have been tipping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been tipping
you will have been tipping
he/she/it will have been tipping
we will have been tipping
you will have been tipping
they will have been tipping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been tipping
you had been tipping
he/she/it had been tipping
we had been tipping
you had been tipping
they had been tipping
Conditional
I would tip
you would tip
he/she/it would tip
we would tip
you would tip
they would tip
Past Conditional
I would have tipped
you would have tipped
he/she/it would have tipped
we would have tipped
you would have tipped
they would have tipped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tip - the extreme end of somethingtip - the extreme end of something; especially something pointed
fingertip - the end (tip) of a finger
tiptoe - the tip of a toe
end, terminal - either extremity of something that has length; "the end of the pier"; "she knotted the end of the thread"; "they rode to the end of the line"; "the terminals of the anterior arches of the fornix"
beak - a beaklike, tapering tip on certain plant structures
2.tip - a relatively small amount of money given for services rendered (as by a waiter)tip - a relatively small amount of money given for services rendered (as by a waiter)
fringe benefit, perk, perquisite - an incidental benefit awarded for certain types of employment (especially if it is regarded as a right); "a limousine is one of the fringe benefits of the job"
Christmas box - a present given at Christmas for services during the year
3.tip - an indication of potential opportunity; "he got a tip on the stock market"; "a good lead for a job"
counseling, counselling, guidance, counsel, direction - something that provides direction or advice as to a decision or course of action
4.tip - a V shape; "the cannibal's teeth were filed to sharp points"
alpenstock - a stout staff with a metal point; used by mountain climbers
arrowhead - the pointed head or striking tip of an arrow
knife - a weapon with a handle and blade with a sharp point
pencil - a thin cylindrical pointed writing implement; a rod of marking substance encased in wood
sword, steel, blade, brand - a cutting or thrusting weapon that has a long metal blade and a hilt with a hand guard
widow's peak - a V-shaped point in the hairline in the middle of the forehead
cusp - small elevation on the grinding surface of a tooth
convex shape, convexity - a shape that curves or bulges outward
cone shape, conoid, cone - a shape whose base is a circle and whose sides taper up to a point
head - the tip of an abscess (where the pus accumulates)
5.tip - the top or extreme point of something (usually a mountain or hill)tip - the top or extreme point of something (usually a mountain or hill); "the view from the peak was magnificent"; "they clambered to the tip of Monadnock"; "the region is a few molecules wide at the summit"
hilltop, brow - the peak of a hill; "the sun set behind the brow of distant hills"
pinnacle - a lofty peak
place, spot, topographic point - a point located with respect to surface features of some region; "this is a nice place for a picnic"; "a bright spot on a planet"
mountain peak - the summit of a mountain
Verb1.tip - cause to tilt; "tip the screen upward"
reorient - cause to turn
bank - tip laterally; "the pilot had to bank the aircraft"
2.tip - mark with a tip; "tip the arrow with the small stone"
mark - make or leave a mark on; "the scouts marked the trail"; "ash marked the believers' foreheads"
3.tip - give a tip or gratuity to in return for a service, beyond the compensation agreed on; "Remember to tip the waiter"; "fee the steward"
gift, present, give - give as a present; make a gift of; "What will you give her for her birthday?"
4.tip - cause to topple or tumble by pushingtip - cause to topple or tumble by pushing
push, force - move with force, "He pushed the table into a corner"
5.tip - to incline or bend from a vertical positiontip - to incline or bend from a vertical position; "She leaned over the banister"
bend, flex - form a curve; "The stick does not bend"
slope, incline, pitch - be at an angle; "The terrain sloped down"
weather - cause to slope
heel, list - tilt to one side; "The balloon heeled over"; "the wind made the vessel heel"; "The ship listed to starboard"
lean back, recline - move the upper body backwards and down
overturn, tip over, tump over, turn over - turn from an upright or normal position; "The big vase overturned"; "The canoe tumped over"
tip over, tump over, bowl over, knock over, overturn, turn over, upset - cause to overturn from an upright or normal position; "The cat knocked over the flower vase"; "the clumsy customer turned over the vase"; "he tumped over his beer"
6.tip - walk on one's toes
walk - use one's feet to advance; advance by steps; "Walk, don't run!"; "We walked instead of driving"; "She walks with a slight limp"; "The patient cannot walk yet"; "Walk over to the cabinet"
7.tip - strike lightly; "He tapped me on the shoulder"
percuss - strike or tap firmly; "the doctor percussed his chest and back"
strike - deliver a sharp blow, as with the hand, fist, or weapon; "The teacher struck the child"; "the opponent refused to strike"; "The boxer struck the attacker dead"
8.tip - give insider information or advise to; "He tipped off the police about the terrorist plot"
advise, counsel, rede - give advice to; "The teacher counsels troubled students"; "The lawyer counselled me when I was accused of tax fraud"
9.tip - remove the tip from; "tip artichokes"
remove, take away, withdraw, take - remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract; "remove a threat"; "remove a wrapper"; "Remove the dirty dishes from the table"; "take the gun from your pocket"; "This machine withdraws heat from the environment"

tip

1
noun
1. end, point, head, extremity, sharp end, nib, prong She poked and shifted things with the tip of her walking stick.
2. peak, top, summit, pinnacle, crown, cap, zenith, apex, spire, acme, vertex After dusk, the tip of the cone will light up.
3. cap, cover, ferrule the protective plastic tip of a shoelace
verb
1. cap, top, crown, surmount, finish a missile tipped with three war-heads

tip

2
verb
1. reward, remunerate, give a tip to, sweeten (informal) Do you think it's customary to tip the waiters?
2. predict, back, recommend, think of He was widely tipped for success.
noun
1. gratuity, gift, reward, present, sweetener (informal), perquisite, baksheesh, pourboire (French) I gave the barber a tip.
2. hint, suggestion, piece of information, piece of advice, gen (Brit. informal), pointer, piece of inside information A good tip is to buy the most expensive lens you can afford.

tip

3
verb
1. pour, drop, empty, dump, drain, spill, discharge, unload, jettison, offload, slop (informal), slosh (informal), decant She took the plate and tipped the contents into the bin.
2. (Brit.) dump, empty, ditch (slang), unload, pour out the costs of tipping rubbish in landfills
3. tilt, lean, angle, bend, cock, incline She tipped her head back to breathe.
noun
1. (Brit.) dump, midden, rubbish heap, refuse heap I took a load of rubbish and grass cuttings to the tip.
tip over topple over, overturn, slant, capsize We grabbed it just as it was about to tip over.
tip someone off advise, warn, caution, forewarn, give a clue to, give a hint to, tip someone the wink (Brit. informal) He tipped police off on his carphone.
tip something over overturn, upset, capsize, cant, upend, topple over She tipped the table over in front of him.

tip 1

noun
A sharp or tapered end:

tip 2

verb
To depart or cause to depart from true vertical or horizontal:
noun
Deviation from a particular direction:

tip 3

noun
1. A material favor or gift, usually money, given in return for service:
2. An item of advance or inside information given as a guide to action:
Informal: tip-off.
verb
To give incriminating information about others, especially to the authorities.Also used with off:
Informal: fink.
Slang: rat, sing, snitch, squeal, stool.
Translations
بَقْشِيشبَقْشيش، إكْرامِيَّهتَلْميح، مَعْلومَه سِرِّيَّهطَرَفٌ مُدَبَّبطَرَف، رأس الأصابِع
dát spropitnéšpičkaspropitnétipvyklopit
drikkepengegive drikkepengespidstiptippe
antaa tippiäjuomarahakallistaakärkivihje
dati napojnicunagnutinapojnicaprijedlogvrh
endi, oddurhalla; sporîreisasthvolfa úrruslahaugursetja odd á
チップチップをやる傾ける先端助言
(...을) 기울이다팁을 주다힌트
atkritumu izgāztuvedot dzeramnaududzeramnaudagalsinformācija
dať prepitnéskládka
dati napitninokonicanagniti senapitninanasvet
drickstipsspetstippage dricks
ให้เงินรางวัลการให้เงินรางวัลข้อคิดเห็นที่มีประโยชน์จุดปลายสุดทำให้เอียง
bahşişbahşiş vermekuç/başlık takmakyana yat mak
boađầumẹo vặtnghiêngtiền boa

tip

1 [tɪp] N
1. (= end) [of knife, paintbrush, finger, nose] → punta f; [of shoe, boot] → puntera f
he stood on the tips of his toesse puso de puntillas
he touched it with the tip of his toelo tocó con la punta del pie
from tip to toede pies a cabeza
the southern tip of Floridael extremo sur de Florida
it's only the tip of the icebergno es más que la punta del iceberg
I had it or it was on the tip of my tonguelo tenía en la punta de la lengua
see also asparagus
2. (= protective piece) [of umbrella] → contera f
3. (= filter) [of cigarette] → filtro m

tip

2 [tɪp]
A. N
1. (= gratuity) → propina f
to give sb a tipdar una propina a algn
to leave (sb) a tipdejar propina (a algn)
2. (= hint) → consejo m (Racing, Gambling) → pronóstico m
to give sb a tipdar un consejo a algn
let me give you a tipdéjame que te dé un consejo
take a tip from an old friend and leave well aloneacepta un consejo de un viejo amigo y mantente bien alejado
a hot tip (Racing, Gambling) → un pronóstico fiable
B. VT
1. [+ driver, waiter] → dar una propina a
she tipped the barman ten dollarsle dio diez dólares de propina or una propina de diez dólares al barman
I never know how much to tipnunca sé cuánto dar de propina
2. (Racing, Gambling) to tip the winnerpronosticar quién va a ganar
her horse was tipped to winse pronosticaba que su caballo sería el ganador
they are tipped to win the next electionson los favoritos para ganar las próximas elecciones
he is already being tipped as a future prime ministerya se habla de él como de un futuro primer ministro
C. VI (= give gratuity) → dar propina
tip off VT + ADV (= forewarn) (gen) → avisar; [+ police] → dar el soplo a, dar el chivatazo a (Sp)
the police had been tipped offa la policía le habían dado el soplo or el chivatazo, la policía había recibido un soplo

tip

3 [tɪp]
A. N
1. (= rubbish dump) → vertedero m, basurero m, basural m (LAm), tiradero(s) m(pl) (Mex)
2. (Brit) (= mess) this room is a tipeste cuarto es una pocilga
B. VT
1. (= tilt) → inclinar
he tipped the soup bowl towards himinclinó el cuenco de sopa hacia sí
to tip sb off their seatquitar a algn de su asiento (inclinándolo)
tip the cat off the chairinclina un poco la silla para que se baje el gato
to tip one's hat to sbsaludar a algn con el sombrero or ladeando el sombrero
to tip the balance or scales (in sb's favour/against sb)inclinar la balanza (a favor de algn/en contra de algn)
to tip sb over the edge (into insanity) → sumir algn en la locura
see also scales 2
2. (= pour) to tip sth into sth: tip the vegetables into a bowleche las verduras en un cuenco
they tip the rubbish into the rivervierten or tiran la basura en el río
he tipped some sweets into her handle echó unos caramelos en la mano
she tipped her things out of the suitcasevolcó la maleta y sacó sus cosas
C. VI
1. (= incline) → inclinarse, ladearse; (= topple) (also tip over) → volcarse, voltearse (LAm)
2. (= dump rubbish) → tirar or (LAm) botar basura
"no tipping"prohibido arrojar basura
3. it's tipping (down)está diluviando
tip away VT + ADVtirar, botar (LAm)
tip back
A. VT + ADV [+ chair] → inclinar hacia atrás; [+ one's head] → echar hacia atrás
B. VI + ADV [chair] → inclinarse hacia atrás
tip forward tip forwards (esp Brit)
A. VT + ADVinclinar hacia delante
B. VI + ADV [seat] → inclinarse hacia delante
tip out VT + ADV [+ contents] → verter; [+ container] → vaciar
tip over
A. VI + ADV [chair, vehicle] → volcar, volcarse, voltearse (LAm)
B. VT + ADVvolcar
tip up
A. VI + ADV [seat] → levantarse; [lorry] → bascular
B. VT + ADV [+ chair] → levantar, alzar; [+ container] → volcar
she tipped up her chin defiantlyalzó la barbilla con gesto desafiante

tip

4 [tɪp]
A. N (= tap) → golpecito m
B. VT (= tap, touch) → tocar ligeramente

tip

[ˈtɪp]
n
(= end) → bout m
the tips of one's fingers → le bout des doigts
the southern tip of Florida → la pointe sud de la Floride
it's on the tip of my tongue → je l'ai sur le bout de la langue
the tip of the iceberg (fig)la partie visible de l'iceberg
(= protective cap) (on umbrella)bout m
(= gratuity) → pourboire m
Shall I give him a tip? → Je lui donne un pourboire?
(= dumping ground) (for rubbish)décharge f
a rubbish tip → une décharge
(British) (= spoil heap) → terril m
(= messy place) this place is a complete tip! → quel fouillis!
(= advice) → truc m
a useful tip → un truc utile
vt
[+ waiter] → donner un pourboire à
Don't forget to tip the taxi driver → N'oubliez pas de donner un pourboire au chauffeur de taxi.
She tipped the barman 10 dollars → Elle a donné un pourboire de 10 dollars au barman.
(= tilt) → incliner
He tipped his soup bowl towards himself → Il inclina son bol de soupe vers sa bouche.
Don't tip your chair like that, you'll fall
BUT Ne te balance pas sur ta chaise comme ça, tu vas tomber.
(also tip over) (= overturn) → renverser
He accidentally tipped the glass over → Il renversa le verre par mégarde.
(also tip out) (= empty) → verser
Tip the vegetables into a bowl → Versez les légumes dans un saladier.
He tipped out the contents of the box → Il a vidé le contenu de la boîte.
(= predict) [+ winner] → pronostiquer
to be tipped to win → être donné(e) gagnant(e)
He was tipped to win → Il était donné gagnant.
to tip the scales → faire pencher la balance
to tip the scale in sb's favour → faire pencher la balance en faveur de qn
vi (= tilt) → basculer
tip off
vt (= warn) → prévenir, avertirtip-off [ˈtɪpɒf] n
(= warning) → renseignement m
The building was evacuated as the result of a tip-off → L'immeuble a été évacué à la suite d'un renseignement.
(= notification to authorities) → dénonciation f

tip

:
tiptoe
viauf Zehenspitzen gehen
n on tipauf Zehenspitzen; they stood on tipsie standen auf Zehenspitzen; they raised themselves on tipsie stellten sich auf die Zehenspitzen
tiptop
adj (inf: = first-rate) → tipptopp (inf) pred, → erstklassig
tip-up lorry (Brit), tip-up truck
nKipplaster m, → Kipper m
tip-up seat
nKlappsitz m

tip

1
nSpitze f; (of cigarette)Filter m; to stand on the tips of one’s toesauf Zehenspitzen stehen; it’s on the tip of my tonguees liegt mir auf der Zunge; it was on the tip of my tongue to tell her what I thought of herich war fast so weit, ihr zu sagen, was ich von ihr hielt; it’s just the tip of the iceberg (fig)das ist nur die Spitze des Eisbergs ? fingertip, wing tip
vt (= put tip on) to tip something with copper/steel etcetw mit einer Kupfer-/Stahlspitze versehen; copper/steel-tippedmit Kupfer-/Stahlspitze; tipped (cigarette)mit Filter

tip

2
n
(= gratuity)Trinkgeld nt; what do your tips amount to?wie viel Trinkgeld bekommen Sie (insgesamt)?; £100 a week, plus tips£ 100 pro Woche, plus Trinkgeld(er); 50p is sufficient as a tip50 Pence Trinkgeld reichen
(= warning)Wink m, → Tipp m; (= advice)Tipp m, → Hinweis m, → Ratschlag m; (Racing) → Tipp m; if you take my tipwenn Sie meinen Tipp or Wink beachten
(= tap) to give the ball a tipden Ball nur antippen
vt
(= give gratuity to)Trinkgeld geben (+dat); to tip somebody £3jdm £ 3 Trinkgeld geben
(Racing) → tippen auf (+acc), → setzen auf (+acc); he tipped Golden Boy for the 3.30er setzte or tippte im 3.30-Uhr-Rennen auf Golden Boy; to be tipped for success (Brit) → als sicherer Erfolgskandidat gelten; they are tipped to win the competition/election (Brit fig) → sie sind die Favoriten in dem Wettbewerb/in der Wahl; you tipped a winner (lit, fig)da hast du auf das richtige Pferd gesetzt
(= tap, with fingers) → tippen or schnipsen an (+acc); (with bat, racket) → antippen; to tip one’s hat (to somebody)an den Hut tippen
vi Americans tip betterAmerikaner geben mehr Trinkgeld

tip

3
vt (= tilt, incline)kippen; (= overturn)umkippen; (= pour) liquidkippen, schütten; (= empty) load, sand, rubbishschütten; books, clothes etcschmeißen; to tip something backwards/forwardsetw nach hinten/vorne kippen or neigen; to tip a load into a shipeine Ladung in ein Schiff leeren or kippen; he tips the scales at 70kger bringt 70 kg auf die Waage; it tipped the scales in his favour (fig)das hat für ihn den Ausschlag gegeben; to tip the balance (fig)den Ausschlag geben; tip the case upside downdreh die Kiste um, stell die Kiste auf den Kopf; to tip somebody off his chairjdn vom Stuhl kippen; to tip one’s hat over one’s eyessich (dat)den Hut über die Augen ziehen/schieben
vi (= incline)kippen; (= dump rubbish)Schutt abladen; the boat tipped to and frodas Boot schaukelte auf und ab; “no tipping”, “tipping prohibited”Schutt abladen verboten
n
(Brit, for rubbish) → Müllkippe f; (for coal) → Halde f; (inf: = untidy place) → Saustall m (inf)
to give something a tipetw (um)kippen

tip

1 [tɪp] n (end) → punta; (peak) → cima, vetta; (of stick, umbrella, protective) → puntale m
it's on the tip of my tongue (fig) → ce l'ho sulla punta della lingua
it was just the tip of the iceberg (fig) → era solo la punta dell'iceberg
tip off vt + adv (inform) → fare una soffiata a
tip up
1. vi + advribaltarsi
2. vt + advinclinare

tip

2 [tɪp]
1. n
a. (gratuity) → mancia
b. (hint) → suggerimento; (advice) → consiglio; (for horse race) → cavallo
I'll give you a tip → ti darò un consiglio
2. vt
a. (porter, waiter) → dare la mancia a
I tipped him £1 → gli ho dato una mancia di 1 sterlina, gli ho dato 1 sterlina di mancia
b. (predict, winner) → pronosticare; (horse) → dare vincente
he is being tipped for the job → secondo i pronostici dovrebbe avere il posto

tip

3 [tɪp]
1. n (Brit) (for rubbish) → discarica, immondezzaio; (for coal waste) → discarica
2. vt (tilt) → inclinare; (empty) (also tip out) → svuotare, scaricare; (overturn) (also tip over) → rovesciare, capovolgere
to tip sb off his seat → far cadere qn dalla sedia
to tip away the dishwater → svuotare l'acqua dei piatti
to tip back a chair → inclinare una sedia all'indietro
he tipped out the contents of the box → ha rovesciato il contenuto della scatola
to tip over a glass of wine → rovesciare un bicchiere di vino
to tip the balance → far pendere la bilancia da una parte
3. vi (incline) → pendere, essere inclinato/a (also tip over) → rovesciarsi

tip1

(tip) noun
the small or thin end, point or top of something. the tips of my fingers.
verbpast tense, past participle tipped
to put, or form, a tip on. The spear was tipped with an iron point.
tipped adjective
having a tip of a particular kind. filter-tipped cigarettes; a white-tipped tail.
ˌtip-ˈtop adjective
excellent. The horse is in tip-top condition.
be on the tip of one's tongue
to be almost, but usually not, spoken or said. Her name is on the tip of my tongue (= I can't quite remember it); It was on the tip of my tongue to tell him (= I almost told him).

tip2

(tip) past tense, past participle tipped verb
1. to (make something) slant. The boat tipped to one side.
2. to empty (something) from a container, or remove (something) from a surface, with this kind of motion. He tipped the water out of the bucket.
3. to dump (rubbish). People have been tipping their rubbish in this field.
noun
a place where rubbish is thrown. a refuse/rubbish tip.
tip over
to knock or fall over; to overturn. He tipped the lamp over; She put the jug on the end of the table and it tipped over.

tip3

(tip) noun
a gift of money given to a waiter etc, for personal service. I gave him a generous tip.
verbpast tense, past participle tipped
to give such a gift to.

tip4

(tip) noun
a piece of useful information; a hint. He gave me some good tips on/about gardening.
tip off to give information or a hint to; to warn: He tipped me off about her arrival (noun ˈtip-off)

tip

بَقْشِيش, طَرَفٌ مُدَبَّب, نَصِيحَة, يُعْطِيُ بَقْشِيشاً ل, يـُميلُ dát spropitné, naklonit (se), špička, spropitné, tip drikkepenge, give drikkepenge, spids, tip, tippe kippen, Spitze, Tipp, Trinkgeld, Trinkgeld geben άκρη, ανατρέπω, υπόδειξη, φιλοδώρημα, φιλοδωρώ consejo, consejo práctico, dar propina, ladear, propina, punta antaa tippiä, juomaraha, kallistaa, kärki, vihje bout, donner un pourboire, pencher, pourboire, tuyau dati napojnicu, nagnuti, napojnica, prijedlog, vrh dare la mancia, estremità, inclinare, mancia, suggerimento チップ, チップをやる, 傾ける, 先端, 助言 (...을) 기울이다, 끝, 팁, 팁을 주다, 힌트 doen kantelen, fooi, fooi geven, tip, tipje tips, tipse, tupp, vippe dać napiwek, koniuszek, napiwek, przechylić, wskazówka dar gorjeta, dica, gorjeta, inclinar, ponta давать на чай, кончик, наклонять, намек, чаевые dricks, ge dricks, spets, tippa, tips ให้เงินรางวัล, การให้เงินรางวัล, ข้อคิดเห็นที่มีประโยชน์, จุดปลายสุด, ทำให้เอียง bahşiş, bahşiş vermek, öğüt, , yatırmak boa, đầu, mẹo vặt, nghiêng, tiền boa 倾斜, 小费, 尖稍, 给小费, 诀窍

tip

n. punta, extremo; [light touch] toque ligero.

tip

n (of the tongue, finger, etc.) punta (de la lengua, del dedo, etc.); (recommendation) consejo
References in classic literature ?
It was on the tip of Jo's tongue to ask, but she checked herself in time and, with unusual tact, tried to find out in a round-about way.
Wines- burg was proud of the hands of Wing Biddlebaum in the same spirit in which it was proud of Banker White's new stone house and Wesley Moyer's bay stallion, Tony Tip, that had won the two-fifteen trot at the fall races in Cleveland.
But if they have not the map, which is possible, and if we start to dig where the professor's memory tells him is the right spot, we'll only give them the tip, and they'll dig there also.
Even while we whispered about it, our vision disappeared; the ball dropped and dropped until the red tip went beneath the earth.
This warmer light mingles itself with the cold spirituality of the moon-beams, and communicates, as it were, a heart and sensibilities of human tenderness to the forms which fancy summons tip.
But if, like Queequeg and me in the bed, the tip of your nose or the crown of your head be slightly chilled, why then, indeed, in the general consciousness you feel most delightfully and unmistakably warm.
Of course, some of 'em tip us pretty handsome now and then, or else we could not live; but you can't depend upon that.
After they were through, the carcass was again swung up; and while a man with a stick examined the skin, to make sure that it had not been cut, and another rolled it tip and tumbled it through one of the inevitable holes in the floor, the beef proceeded on its journey.
But come, Eva," he said; and taking the hand of his daughter, he stepped across the boat, and carelessly putting the tip of his finger under Tom's chin, said, good-humoredly, "Look-up, Tom, and see how you like your new master.
We went gliding swift along, dead silent, past the tip of the paddle- box, and past the stern; then in a second or two more we was a hundred yards below the wreck, and the darkness soaked her up, every last sign of her, and we was safe, and knowed it.
Did you notice the pinked double ruffle and the white tip and handle?
I obeyed; and hemmed, and called the villain Juno, who deigned, at this second interview, to move the extreme tip of her tail, in token of owning my acquaintance.