trips, 3rd person singular present; tripped, past participle; tripped, past tense; tripping, present participle;
Catch one's foot on something and stumble or fall
he tripped over his cat
she tripped up during the penultimate lap
Cause (someone) to do this
she shot out her foot to trip him up
Make a mistake
taxpayers often trip up by not declaring taxable income
Detect or expose someone in an error, blunder, or inconsistency
the man was determined to trip him up on his economics
Walk, run, or dance with quick light steps
they tripped up the terrace steps
(of words) Flow lightly and easily
a name that trips off the tongue
the guest list tripped from her lips
Activate (a mechanism), esp. by contact with a switch, catch, or other electrical device
an intruder trips the alarm
(of part of an electric circuit) Disconnect automatically as a safety measure
the plugs will trip as soon as any change in current is detected
Release and raise (an anchor) from the seabed by means of a buoyed line attached to the anchor's crown
Turn (a yard or other object) from a horizontal to a vertical position for lowering
Experience hallucinations induced by taking a psychedelic drug, esp. LSD
they prance around tripping out on their hallucinogens
Go on a short journey
when tripping through the Yukon, take some time to explore our museums
A journey or excursion, esp. for pleasure
Sally's gone on a school trip
a trip to the North Pole
An act of going to a place and returning
a quick trip to the store
A stumble or fall due to catching one's foot on something
an occasional trip in the performance
A hallucinatory experience caused by taking a psychedelic drug, esp. LSD
An exciting or stimulating experience
it was a trip seeing him again
A self-indulgent attitude or activity
politics was a sixties trip
A device that activates or disconnects a mechanism, circuit, etc
An instance of a device deactivating or the power supply disconnecting as a safety measure
A light, lively movement of a person's feet
yonder comes Dalinda; I know her by her trip
a journey for some purpose (usually including the return); "he took a trip to the shopping center"
stumble: miss a step and fall or nearly fall; "She stumbled over the tree root"
a hallucinatory experience induced by drugs; "an acid trip"
cause to stumble; "The questions on the test tripped him up"
slip: an accidental misstep threatening (or causing) a fall; "he blamed his slip on the ice"; "the jolt caused many slips and a few spills"
travel: make a trip for pleasure
Trip is the second album from the synthpop act Cause and Effect. It dedicated to the memory of Sean Rowley. The album includes the song "It's Over Now," which climbed to the #7 spot on Billboard's modern rock charts. It was released in 1994 under the BMG label.
Trip is a Finnish brand of juice produced and distributed by Marli. Launched in 1962, Trip was the first beverage in Finland to be sold in a laminated carton. ...
In geometry, a triangular prism is a three-sided prism; it is a polyhedron made of a triangular base, a translated copy, and 3 faces joining corresponding sides.
"Trip" is a pop punk song recorded by Canadian band Hedley and appears on their debut album Hedley (2005). The single topped the Canadian MuchMusic Countdown and reached number eleven on the Canadian Singles Chart. It sold close to 3,000 copies.
The Time Force Rangers are fictional characters and heroes in the Power Rangers universe, appearing in the television series '. They are members of the Time Force organisation, law-enforcement officers sent from the future to prevent changes in the past. ...
Trip, the second album from the Filipino rock band, Rivermaya. It has 13 tracks and released under Sony BMG Music Philippines, Inc. in 1996. It is the first album that introduced Rico Blanco as the band's guitarist after the departure of Perf De Castro a year earlier.
A journey; A stumble or misstep; A period of time in which one experiences drug-induced reverie or hallucinations; A faux pas, a social error; To fall over or stumble over an object as a result of striking it with one's foot; To cause (a person or animal) to fall or stumble; To activate or ...
(trips) a formation in which 3 wide receivers are lined up on the same side of the field, with one on the LOS and usually the others flanking the WR one yard off the LOS (as in Slot or Wing, though only one yard off the WR, each way.
(Trips) Three of a kind where there are two cards of the same rank on the board and you have the third one in your hand. When you have two in your hand and one on the board, it is called a set.
(TRIPs) Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights
(Trips) Three cards of the same rank.
(Trips) When one of a players hole cards in Texas hold 'em connects with two cards on the board to make three of a kind. This differs from a set where three of a kind is made when a pocket pair connects with one card on the flop to make three of a kind. : Three of a kind. Compare to "set".
(Trips) Slang for three of a kind.
(TRIPS) "Travel, Reporting and Information Processing System."
(Trips) 3 cards of a kind eg. QQQ
(Trips) 3 equally ranking cards.
(Trips) A trip created from one own and two common cards.
(Trips) Kicker is a card which separates any pair or ties. [i-e] you have T with K. if K is available on the board now, then your T will be a kicker. If your opponents also have the set like yours, then the higher value of “kicker” will be awarded.
(Trips) Three of a kind. Example: (Player has K, 10 and the board shows, 10,10,A)