tip

tɪp

Перевод:

Noun: чаевые наконечник кончик совет
Verb: наклоняться наклонять опрокидывать предупреждать

Фразы:

to tip car - опрокидывать вагон

gilt-edged tip - прекрасный совет

to tip a hat - небрежно поздороваться с кем-л.

tip of the iceberg - верхушка айсберга

shabby tip - маленькие, скупые чаевые

to be on / at the tip of one's tongue - вертеться на языке у кого-л.

hot tip, straight tip - сведения из достоверных источников

to tip out - вываливать, опорожнять

to tip over - опрокидывать(ся)

tip of a cigar - кончик сигары

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Примеры:

Did you leave a tip? - Ты оставил чаевые?

He kissed the tip of her nose. - Он поцеловал кончик её носа.

You should take my tip. - Вам следует послушаться меня.

I tipped the waiter $3.00. - Я дал официанту на чай $3.00.

Who tipped you? - Кто тебя проинформировал?

He tipped his hat as he saw me. - Увидев меня, он слегка коснулся своей шляпы в знак приветствия.

He stuck my cheek with the tip of his pen. - Он ткнул мне в щёку кончиком своей авторучки.

Did you tip the waiter? - Ты оставил официанту чаевые?

I gave the guy a big tip. - Я дал парню хорошие чаевые.

Remember to tip the waiter. - Не забудь оставить официанту чаевые /дать официанту на чай/.

Ben tipped the contents of the drawer onto the table. - Бен вывалил / высыпал содержимое ящика на стол.

He got a tip on the stock market. - Он получил совет по торговле на фондовом рынке.

The porter will expect a tip. - Носильщик будет ждать от вас чаевых.

She was tipping her ear a little to the side to listen. - Она слегка наклоняла голову, чтобы лучше слышать.

Shall I tip the water out? - Мне вылить воду?

A tip of the whip will take the courage out of him. - Лёгкий удар хлыстом поубавит в нём смелости.

His helmet had tipped forward and the boy pushed it back. - Его шлем накренился вперёд, и мальчик сдвинул его обратно.

I tipped him $5. - Я дал /оставил/ ему "на чай" 5 долларов.

The man tipped to get the job is Peter Middleton. - Наиболее вероятный кандидат на эту работу — Питер Мидлтон.

The house was an absolute tip. - В доме царил полный бардак. / Это был не дом, а настоящая помойка. (брит. tip = dump)

Acting on a tip, the police were able to find and arrest Upton. - Действуя по наводке, полицейским удалось найти и арестовать Аптона.

He's tipped as a future world champion. - Ему пророчат звание чемпиона мира.

Tip the arrow with the small stone. - Снабдите стрелу наконечником из небольшого камушка.

He tipped off the police about the terrorist plot. - Он проинформировал полицию об этом террористическом заговоре.

They clambered to the tip of Monadnock. - Они взобрались на вершину Монаднока.

Eric fell asleep, his head gently tipping to one side. - Эрик заснул, и его голова мягко склонилась набок.

'So what?' asked Brian, tipping his chair back on its rear legs. - — Ну и что? — спросил Брайан, накренив свой стул так, что он стоял только на задних ножках.

He had been widely tipped to get the new post of deputy director. - Очень многие прочили ему новую должность заместителя директора.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If someone tips you off, they give you information about something that has happened or is going to happen.

If you tip something over or if it tips over, it falls over or turns over.

If you tip something up or if it tips up, it moves into a sloping position with one end or side higher than the other.

If someone tips you off, they give you information about something that has happened or is going to happen.

If you tip something over or if it tips over, it falls over or turns over.

If you tip something up or if it tips up, it moves into a sloping position with one end or side higher than the other.

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Связанные термины:

Q-tip: a small stick with cotton wool at each end, used esp for cleaning inside the ears

tip in: to insert (a map, picture, etc.) by pasting along the inner edge in bookbinding

tip-up: If you tip something up or if it tips up, it moves into a sloping position with one end or side higher than the other.

tip-off: If someone tips you off, they give you information about something that has happened or is going to happen.

tip-top: You can use tip-top to indicate that something is extremely good.

felt tip: A felt-tip or a felt-tip pen is a pen which has a piece of fibre at the end that the ink comes through.

fiber-tip: a pen having a writing point made from pressed fibres

fibre-tip: a pen having a writing point made from pressed fibres

foul tip: a batted ball barely tipped by the bat: it is counted as a strike, but to be counted as a third strike, it must be caught by the catcher

handy tip: A tip is a useful piece of advice .

hook-tip: any of several moths of the genus Daepana, characterized by the hooked point on each forewing

tip-cart: a cart with a body that can be tilted to empty it of its contents

tip over: If you tip something over or if it tips over, it falls over or turns over.

tip sheet: a publication containing the latest information, tips on betting or investing, and predictions for a particular business, stock-market conditions, horse racing results, etc

tip truck: a truck or lorry the rear platform of which can be raised at the front end to enable the load to be discharged by gravity

wing tip: the extreme outer edge of an airplane wing

filter tip: A filter tip is a small device at the end of a cigarette that reduces the amount of dangerous substances that pass into the smoker's body. Filter tips are cigarettes that are manufactured with these devices.

helpful tip: A tip is a useful piece of advice.

insider tip: A tip is a useful piece of advice .

orange-tip: a European butterfly, Anthocharis cardamines, having whitish wings with orange-tipped forewings : family Pieridae

rubbish tip: a place or area where waste materials are dumped

tip-tilted: (of a nose ) slightly turned up

useful tip: If you tip something up or if it tips up, it moves into a sloping position with one end or side higher than the other.

practical tip: A tip is a useful piece of advice .

felt-tip pen: a pen having a writing point made from pressed fibres

tip and run: a form of cricket in which the batsman must run if his or her bat touches the ball

tip the wink: to give a hint

tip-up seat: a seat that is able to be pulled down for sitting on and returns to an upright position when not in use

tip-up truck: a truck or lorry the rear platform of which can be raised at the front end to enable the load to be discharged by gravity

buff-tip moth: a large European moth, Phalera bucephala, having violet-brown buff-tipped forewings held at rest around the body so that it resembles a snapped-off twig

fiber-tip pen: a pen having a writing point made from pressed fibres

fibre-tip pen: a pen having a writing point made from pressed fibres

tip one's hand: to reveal a secret, one's plans, etc., often inadvertently

tip one's hat: to take off, raise, or touch one's hat in salutation

tip the scales: to exercise a decisive influence

beautiful hook-tip: a similar but unrelated species, Laspeyria flexula

burnt-tip orchid: a small orchid, Orchis ustulata, resembling the lady orchid, having dark reddish-brown hoods that give a burnt look to the tip of the flower spike

tip the balance: to produce one result in a particular situation where, before, two possible results seemed equally likely

fingertip: Your fingertips are the ends of your fingers.

tip of the iceberg: the small visible part of something, esp a problem or difficulty, that is much larger

tip the scales at: to weigh (a specified amount)

tip someone the wink: to quietly or secretly give someone information that could be important or helpful to them

the tip of the iceberg: If you say that a problem is the tip of the iceberg, you mean that it is one small part of a much larger problem.

tip the scales/balance: If something tips the scales or tips the balance, it gives someone a slight advantage .

felt pen: a pen having a writing point made from pressed fibres

on the tip of one's tongue: about to come to mind

on the tip of your tongue: If a comment or question is on the tip of your tongue, you really want to say it or ask it, but you decide not to say it.

just the tip of the iceberg: something that is part of a very large problem or a very serious situation, although other aspects of the problem or situation may not yet be obvious

on the tip of someone's tongue: almost said by someone

tipper truck: a truck or lorry the rear platform of which can be raised at the front end to enable the load to be discharged by gravity

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Однокоренные слова:

tip off - предупреждать, намекать, предостерегать, наливать из сосуда
tip out - вываливать, вываливаться
tip over - опрокидываться, опрокидывать
tip up - опрокидывать, опрокидываться

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