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The pointed or rounded end of something slender or tapering
“He kept walking, every moment expecting to feel the steel tip of the spear slam into his back.”
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The edge or extremity of an object or area
“I'll bring the boat about to the tip of the island and drop anchor.”
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The top or highest point of a hill, mountain or structure
“Residents refer to an old road up the slope north of Stout's point on the east tip of the mountain.”
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A sum of money given to someone as a reward for a service
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“For servers to successfully draw a generous tip, they need to provide the one-two punch of personality and performance.”
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A place where rubbish is left
“What used to be a boathouse now appears to be a rubbish tip and no-one seems to care.”
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The act of setting, or of being set, at an angle
“Helga reluctantly acknowledged Don's presence with a begrudging tip of her head.”
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A small but useful piece of information or practical advice
“My tip is to pop a couple of pieces of dark chocolate into the gravy to add extra richness.”
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Information that is available only to a select few
“He received a tip from an insider that the stock was about to rocket.”
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A warning, or advice given in a stern manner
“Here's a tip, wiseguy. Stay out of matters that don't concern you!”
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A small piece or part fitted to the end of an object
“Walking sticks should be fitted with a rubber tip to prevent slippage.”
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The act of endorsing something, usually by being complimentary
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An area of ground that tends evenly downward
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A dirty, messy or generally unpleasant place
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A reactionary response to a product, service, or task
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Information, typically having military, political or commercial value
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A sum, typically a set percentage of the value involved, paid to an agent in a commercial transaction
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A statement of what will happen in the future
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The stalk or stem of a plant
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Unsolicited opinion
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The thicker end of something, especially a tool or a weapon
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Libation or tipping
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A place from which to keep watch or view the landscape
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The imparting or exchange of previously undisclosed information
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The small projecting remnant of something that has been cut or broken off or worn away
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A warning of danger
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A mystical or divine sign or omen
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Something that has been learned through experience
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To fall or turn over, or to cause to do so
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“The jolt caused the glass to tip over the edge and plummet to the floor below.”
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To be or cause to be in a sloping position
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“The currents would cause the boat to begin to tip on to its side.”
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To cause (the contents of a container) to be emptied out by holding it at an angle
“I tip the contents of the unmarked fired-pottery flask into my mouth and splutter.”
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To predict the outcome of a future event
“I am going to tip that the Mariners finish between 5th and 7th.”
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To advise or give inside information
“She explicitly goes on to tip him as to the effect of wearing very tight clothes.”
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To give (someone) a sum of money as a reward for a service
“Here are some pointers on how much to tip waiters, porters, and taxi drivers during your visit.”
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To attach to or cover the end or extremity of
“Laertes will tip his sword with poison, so the slightest scratch will be fatal.”
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(somewhat rare) To strike or touch lightly
“He'd step on a stick, and it'd break and fly up, and tip his shoulder.”
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Remove
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Attempt to persuade people of the merits of
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To recompense or award someone in return for something done or given
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To forcibly remove from a horse
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To throw away (something unwanted or useless)
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To bias or distort in a particular direction
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To impart information or knowledge
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To cause one to experience a memory (of someone or something)
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To move about or around quickly and randomly
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To rain heavily
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To influence someone (usually dishonestly) in return for money
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Inform
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To poke (at) something roughly or quickly
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To recommend (a course of action)
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