tip off

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Related to tip off: gloating, offended, mistakenly, severity, laid out, wreak havoc, urged
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Verb1.tip off - 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"
dát hlášku
advaregive et tip
bizalmasan figyelmeztet vkit
gefa vísbendingu, láta vita
dať informáciu/tip
gizli bilgi vermektüyo vermek

w>tip off

vt sepeinen Tipp or Wink geben +dat (→ about über +acc); he tipped off the police as to her whereaboutser verriet der Polizei, wo sie war (inf); they’ve been tipped offman hat ihnen einen Tipp or Wink gegeben


(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)
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The officials of CTD department said that it received tip off regarding the presence of the terrorists in the city.
A spokesman for the force reiterated earlier statements that the tip off that led to the search came in recently.
TN tip off the inaugural WBBL against Cardiff Met Archers at Loughborough on Saturday (2.
According to the centralised buying manager at Pick 'n Pay, Michael Hongonekua, Pick 'n Pay launched its anonymous tip-off service in 2011 "to enable all its stakeholders which include its suppliers, customers and service providers as well as Pick 'n Pay employees to anonymously tip off any irregularities that occur within the Pick 'n Pay structures at managerial level and store level.
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Acting on a tip off, the police raided a residential building and detained the bookies indulged in inter-state gambling.