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Noun
A journey, especially over long distances
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“The trip continues with a journey to the southern Tyrol region in Austria.”
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Plural for 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) Plural for a mistake
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“She suffered the occasional trip in her performances.”
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Plural for an extended period of leisure and recreation, especially one involving travel
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Plural for an important assignment given to a person or group of people, typically involving travel abroad
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Plural for a state of dreaming while awake
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Plural for a magic lantern
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Plural for loss of favored place
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Plural for a failure of an electrical power supply
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Plural for a source of pleasure or satisfaction
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Plural for an exciting or noteworthy event
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Plural for a person's ruin or downfall
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Plural for a place where roads or railway lines cross
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Plural for 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
“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
“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 move rhythmically to music, typically following a set sequence of steps
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To switch off or power down (something)
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To knock or bring to the ground
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