trippy

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trip·py

 (trĭp′ē)
adj. trip·pi·er, trip·pi·est Slang
1. Of or associated with psychedelic drugs: the trippy lifestyle of the 1960s; a trippy state of mind.
2. Resembling or evoking the perceptions induced by psychedelic drugs: a swirl of bright trippy colors.

trippy

(ˈtrɪpɪ)
adj, -pier or -piest
(Recreational Drugs) informal suggestive of or resembling the effect produced by a hallucinogenic drug
Translations

trippy

[ˈtrɪpɪ] ADJflipante

trippy

adj (inf)ausgeflippt (inf)
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