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trip·per

 (trĭp′ər)
n.
1. Slang One who is undergoing a hallucinatory experience induced by a psychedelic drug.
2. A tripping or triggering device on a mechanism.
3. Chiefly British One who is taking a short pleasure trip.

tripper

(ˈtrɪpə)
n
1. a person who goes on a trip
2. chiefly Brit a tourist; excursionist
3. (Mechanical Engineering) another word for trip7
4. (Mechanical Engineering)
a. any device that generates a signal causing a trip to operate
b. the signal so generated

trip•per

(ˈtrɪp ər)

n.
1. a person or thing that trips.
2. an apparatus causing a signal or other operating device to be tripped or activated.
3. a person who goes on a pleasure trip or excursion.
[1350–1400]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tripper - (slang) someone who has taken a psychedelic drug and is undergoing hallucinationstripper - (slang) someone who has taken a psychedelic drug and is undergoing hallucinations
jargon, lingo, patois, argot, vernacular, slang, cant - a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves); "they don't speak our lingo"
drug user, substance abuser, user - a person who takes drugs
2.tripper - a walker or runner who trips and almost fallstripper - a walker or runner who trips and almost falls
pedestrian, footer, walker - a person who travels by foot
3.tripper - a tourist who is visiting sights of interesttripper - a tourist who is visiting sights of interest
holidaymaker, tourer, tourist - someone who travels for pleasure
4.tripper - a catch mechanism that acts as a switchtripper - a catch mechanism that acts as a switch; "the pressure activates the tripper and releases the water"
catch, stop - a restraint that checks the motion of something; "he used a book as a stop to hold the door open"

tripper

noun (Chiefly Brit.) tourist, holiday-maker, sightseer, excursionist, journeyer, voyager when the shops shut and the trippers go home

tripper

noun
Chiefly British. One who travels for pleasure:
Translations
مُتَنَزِّه، مُسْتَجِم
turista
turist
túristi, ferîamaîur
seyahat eden kimse

tripper

[ˈtrɪpəʳ] N (Brit) → turista mf, excursionista mf

tripper

[ˈtrɪpər] n (British)
(= tourist) → touriste mf
(on day trip)excursionniste mftrip switch ntélérupteur m

tripper

n (esp Brit inf) → Ausflügler(in) m(f) ? day-tripper

tripper

[ˈtrɪpəʳ] n (Brit) → gitante m/f

trip

(trip) past tense, past participle tripped verb
1. (often with up or over) to (cause to) catch one's foot and stumble or fall. She tripped and fell; She tripped over the carpet.
2. to walk with short, light steps. She tripped happily along the road.
noun
a journey or tour. She went on / took a trip to Paris.
ˈtripper noun
a person who has made a journey for pleasure. The resort was full of trippers.
References in classic literature ?
They be all very well for comers and trippers, an' the like, but not for a nice young lady like you.
Tenders are invited for Proposal For The Work Of Preventive Maintenance And Changing Of Wing-Trippers Worn Out Structure Of Wing Trippers At Bhojudih Coal Washery.
Other than map-related apps, only four in ten road trippers say they've used a road-related smartphone app.
Mehmet EuztE-rk and Hakan GE-ler, day- trippers said they had not expecting such an abundant snow but came across a wonderful snow landscapes and enjoyed very much indeed.
Trippers could either look down from 500ft or look back from the end of North Pier from 1,400 feet.
The Night Trippers is the sequel to Pam Summa's first novel, Groping for Luna, which was about Alice, Angel, and Joe and the challenges to their band and friendship when romance entered their lives.
Staff Brig Pilot Ali Mohammed Al Mazrouei, head of the Air Wing department, urged desert trippers to equip their motorbikes or 4x4s with GPS devices to help rescuers locate them in case of an emergency.
Other Bank Holiday trippers rushed to the scene on hearing screams from the Jungle River ride on Bridlington seafront in East Yorkshire - and coastguards had to clear space for a helicopter ambulance to land.
The little people - dubbed Day Trippers and each measuring between 3cm and 4cm - were exhibits at the Extraordinary Measures exhibition at Belsay Hall in Northumberland.
Boat trippers are aiming for an SKP Ugly Stik rod teamed with a Medalist front drag reel (pictured).
With the party went the Mayor of Thornaby, Mr C Anderton and the mayoress Mrs J Bignall, both seen in this picture greeting some of the trippers before their departure.
It's basically a shout out to all the trippers, because everyone's got at least one tripper in the bunch.