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Noun
A journey or excursion, especially for pleasure
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“The trip continues with a journey to the southern Tyrol region in Austria.”
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A stumble or fall due to catching one's foot on something
“My trip down the flight of stairs was rather painful, not to mention embarrassing.”
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(rare, archaic) A mistake
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“She suffered the occasional trip in her performances.”
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An extended period of leisure and recreation, especially one involving travel
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An important assignment given to a person or group of people, typically involving travel abroad
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A state of dreaming while awake
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A magic lantern
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A delusion, a false hope
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Lsd trip
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Loss of favored place
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A failure of an electrical power supply
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A source of pleasure or satisfaction
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An exciting or noteworthy event
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A person's ruin or downfall
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A place where roads or railway lines cross
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A break from work
Verb
To stumble or fall, usually due to catching one's foot on something
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“I would then trip over my own shoelaces before landing on someone's lap.”
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To go on a short journey
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“I would trip through several historic cities during my European vacation.”
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To activate (a mechanism), especially by contact with a switch, catch, or other electrical device
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“The sensor is able to process the video image and trip an alarm in the event that the images match predefined criteria.”
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(trip up) To commit a mistake or error
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“His preparation has been flawless, and it is highly unlikely that he will trip up at any stage.”
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(trip someone up) To detect or expose someone in a mistake or inconsistency
“I was determined not to allow the interviewers to trip me up on any perceived lack of knowledge.”
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To walk, run, or dance with quick and light steps
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“Kate would trip into the hall with a spring in her step.”
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To go or move quickly and lightly over or on a surface or through the air
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To move or proceed, especially at a brisk pace
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To experience a hallucination
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(of an electrical appliance) To stop, or cause to stop, working when a fuse melts
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To switch off or power down (something)
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To knock or bring to the ground
Adjective
Affecting the mind so as to produce vivid visions
“Unlike the meandering trip into the desert, the return journey takes the most direct route home.”
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