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trip

trip

 
pronunciation:
trIp
parts of speech:
noun, intransitive verb, transitive verb
part of speech: noun
definition 1: a journey, voyage, or excursion.
a trip to New York
synonyms:
journey
similar words:
drive, excursion, expedition, jaunt, junket, outing, passage, pilgrimage, ride, tour, trek, voyage
definition 2: a short journey from one point to another.
I made two trips to the store today.
synonyms:
run
similar words:
commute, drive, errand, excursion, foray, hop, jaunt, journey, ride, spin, stroll, walk
definition 3: a misstep causing one to stumble or fall.
synonyms:
misstep, stumble
similar words:
drop, fall, flip, flop, header, lurch, slide, slip, spill, sprawl, stagger, tumble
definition 4: an action that causes someone to stumble or fall.
similar words:
hindrance, obstruction
definition 5: (slang) euphoria, hallucinations, or the like experienced under a drug, or the period of such an experience.
similar words:
euphoria, hallucination, high, rush
definition 6: (slang) a strong interest.
His boasting was an ego trip.
similar words:
obsession
definition 7: (slang) a situation or way of living.
a self-discovery trip
similar words:
bag, lifestyle, path, phase, situation, thing
definition 8: an error; mistake.
synonyms:
error, fault, mistake, stumble
similar words:
blunder, boner, faux pas, flub, fluff, gaffe, goof, indiscretion, lapse, misstep, muff, oversight, peccadillo, slip
definition 9: a skip, dance, or nimble movement of the feet.
synonyms:
prance, scamper, skip
similar words:
caper, dance, frisk, frolic, gambol, hop, romp, strut
 
part of speech: intransitive verb
inflections: tripped, tripping, trips
definition 1: to stumble or fall.
synonyms:
stumble, topple
similar words:
fall, falter, flip, flop, lose one's balance, lurch, pitch, slide, slip, sprawl, stagger, tumble
definition 2: to make a mistake; falter.
She tripped on her words.
synonyms:
err, falter, stumble
similar words:
blunder, bungle, flounder, flub, fluff, foul up, goof, muff, slip, stagger
definition 3: to dance, skip, or step nimbly.
They tripped down the street.
synonyms:
dance, prance, scamper, skip
similar words:
boogie, caper, cavort, frisk, frolic, gambol, hop, romp, strut
definition 4: (slang) to experience the euphoric or hallucinatory effects of a drug.
similar words:
hallucinate, wig out
 
part of speech: transitive verb
definition 1: to cause to fall or stumble.
synonyms:
tumble
similar words:
fell, flip, spill, throw, tip over, topple, upset
definition 2: to cause to fail or falter.
synonyms:
foul up, thwart
similar words:
confuse, disconcert, halt, hinder, obstruct, throw
definition 3: to catch in a mistake or inconsistency.
synonyms:
outsmart, trap
similar words:
catch, fool, hook, outfox, outwit, snare, trick
definition 4: to release a trigger or switch, thereby setting (something) in motion or operation.
The cat tripped the burglar alarm.
synonyms:
activate, switch on, trigger
similar words:
flip, pull, release, start, throw