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trip /trip/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- cuộc đi chơi, cuộc dạo chơi, cuộc du ngoạn
- (hàng hải) chuyến đi, cuộc hành trình, sự vượt biển
- maiden trip: chuyến đi đầu tiên (của một con tàu)
- bước trật, bước hụt; sự vấp, sự hụt chân
- (nghĩa bóng) sai lầm, sai sót, lỗi; sự nói lỡ lời
- sự ngáng, sự ngoéo chân; cái ngáng, cái ngoéo chân
- (kỹ thuật) sự nhả; thiết bị nhả
- nội động từ
- bước nhẹ, đi nhẹ bước, nhảy múa nhẹ nhàng
- to trip up the stairs: đi nhẹ bước lên cầu thang
- trật bước, hụt chân, bước hụt, vấp
- to trip over a stone: vấp phải một hòn đá
- (nghĩa bóng) lầm, lầm lỗi; nói lỡ lời
- ngoại động từ
- ngáng, ngoéo (chân), làm cho vấp ngã
- (hàng hải) thả trượt (neo)
- to trip up
- ngáng, ngoéo chân, làm cho vấp ngã
- he tried to trip me up: nó định ngáng tôi
- tóm được (ai) làm sai
- the lawyer tripped the witness up: luật sư tóm được sai sót của nhân chứng
+a journey for some purpose (usually including the return)
+a hallucinatory experience induced by drugs
+an accidental misstep threatening (or causing) a fall
+an exciting or stimulating experience
+a catch mechanism that acts as a switch
+a light or nimble tread
+an unintentional but embarrassing blunder
+miss a step and fall or nearly fall
+cause to stumble
+make a trip for pleasure
+put in motion or move to act
+get high, stoned, or drugged
Advanced English Dictionary
1 stumble, slip, blunder, false step, misstep, fall:
He sprained his ankle in that trip on the stair.
2 stumble, slip, blunder, false step, misstep, faux pas, error, mistake, indiscretion, lapse, slip of the tongue, lapsus linguae, erratum, oversight; Freudian slip; Slang Brit boob:
If it hadn't been for that one trip, we would have had a perfect score.
3 tour, journey, excursion, outing, expedition, voyage, trek, peregrination, jaunt, junket, drive:
We took a short side-trip to visit Khios.
4 dance, caper, skip, cavort, gambol, frisk, hop, spring:
Joanne came tripping gaily down the Champs lysées.
5 stumble, slip, blunder, misstep, fall (down), tumble, topple, dive, plunge, sprawl, lurch, flounder, stagger, falter:
I tripped on the doorstep and went head over heels.
6 Often, trip up. trap, trick, catch out, unsettle, throw off, disconcert:
She has been trying to trip me up and confess to something I didn't do.
7 journey, travel, voyage, visit, tour, trek, sightsee, cruise; Colloq globe-trot:
They have been tripping all over Europe this summer.
8 detonate, set off, trigger, operate, release, explode, spark off:
When he touched the wire, he tripped the charge.
9 Often, trip out. hallucinate, Slang freak out, turn on:
There's no talking to him when he's tripping out on coke.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 a journey to a place and back again, especially a short one for pleasure or a particular purpose: Did you have a good trip? + We went on a trip to the mountains. + a day trip (= lasting a day) + a boat / coach trip + a business / school / shopping trip + They took a trip down the river. + We had to make several trips to bring all the equipment over.
See also - EGO TRIP, FIELD TRIP, ROUND TRIP
2 (slang) the experience that sb has if they take a powerful drug that affects the mind and makes them imagine things: an acid (= LSD) trip
3 an act of falling or nearly falling down, because you hit your foot against sth
Idioms see GUILT
+ verb (-pp-)
1 [V] [often +adv./prep.] ~ (over / up)
~ (over / on sth) to catch your foot on sth and fall or almost fall: She tripped and fell. + Someone will trip over that cable. + Be careful you don't trip up on the step. + (figurative) I was tripping over my words in my excitement to tell them the news.
2 [VN] (BrE also trip sb up) to catch sb's foot and make them fall or almost fall: As I passed, he stuck out a leg and tried to trip me up. + The referee said Owen was tripped and gave a penalty.
3 [V +adv./prep.] (literary) to walk, run or dance with quick light steps: She said goodbye and tripped off along the road. + (figurative) a melody with a light tripping rhythm
4 [VN] to release a switch, etc. or to operate sth by doing so: to trip a switch + Any intruders will trip the alarm.
5 [V] (informal) to be under the influence of a drug that makes you HALLUCINATE
Idioms see MEMORY LANE, TONGUE n.
Phrasal Verbs: trip up
trip sb<->up to make a mistake; to deliberately make sb do this: Read the questions carefully, because the examiners sometimes try to trip you up.
extended, long | brief, little, quick, short | day, overnight, weekend
We went on a day trip to the seaside.
| frequent, occasional, rare, regular
He makes frequent trips to Poland.
| annual, weekly, etc. | forthcoming | fantastic, good, great, nice, pleasant, successful | memorable | abortive, fruitless | successful | return, round
From London to Oxford and back is a round trip of over a hundred miles.
| foreign, overseas | round-the-world, world | European, Japan, etc. | boat, coach, cycle, etc. | business, fishing, pleasure, shopping, sightseeing | school
a school trip to the Science Museum
a geography field trip to study a limestone landscape
VERB + TRIP
be (away) on, go on, make, take
She's away on a business trip. From here visitors can take a boat trip along the coast to Lundy Island.
Did you have a good trip?
| come back from, return from | be back from
He's just back from a trip to New York.
| arrange, organize, plan | book | cancel | extend | cut short
I had to cut short my trip when my wallet was stolen.
Enjoy your trip!
a five-minute trip by taxi
| ~ to
a trip to Tokyo
a trip abroad
My last trip abroad was two years ago.
| the trip home
The trip home took us five hours!
| the trip of a lifetime
They saved for years for their trip of a lifetime to Hawaii.
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