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Sinónimos detallados de trip en inglés

trip:

trip [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the trip
    the trip; the journey; the drive; the excursion; the voyage; the outing; the tour
  2. the trip
    the excursion; the trip; the tour
  3. the trip
    the tour; the journey; the trip; the excursion
  4. the trip
    the excursion; the trip; the journey; the passage; the drive; the feat; the voyage; the trick
  5. the trip
    – an unintentional but embarrassing blunder 1
    the trip; the stumble; the misstep; the trip-up
    – an unintentional but embarrassing blunder 1
    • trip [the ~] sustantivo
      • he recited the whole poem without a single trip1
    • stumble [the ~] sustantivo
    • misstep [the ~] sustantivo
      • confusion caused his unfortunate misstep1
    • trip-up [the ~] sustantivo
      • he arranged his robes to avoid a trip-up later1
  6. the trip
    – a light or nimble tread 1
    the trip
    – a light or nimble tread 1
    • trip [the ~] sustantivo
      • he heard the trip of women's feet overhead1
  7. the trip
    – a journey for some purpose (usually including the return) 1
    the trip
    – a journey for some purpose (usually including the return) 1
    • trip [the ~] sustantivo
      • he took a trip to the shopping center1
  8. the trip
    – a catch mechanism that acts as a switch 1
    the trip; the tripper
    – a catch mechanism that acts as a switch 1
    • trip [the ~] sustantivo
    • tripper [the ~] sustantivo
      • the pressure activates the tripper and releases the water1
  9. the trip
    – an exciting or stimulating experience 1
    the trip; the head trip
    – an exciting or stimulating experience 1
  10. the trip
    – an accidental misstep threatening (or causing) a fall 1
    the trip; the slip
    – an accidental misstep threatening (or causing) a fall 1
    • trip [the ~] sustantivo
    • slip [the ~] sustantivo
      • he blamed his slip on the ice1
      • the jolt caused many slips and a few spills1
  11. the trip
    – a hallucinatory experience induced by drugs 1
    the trip
    – a hallucinatory experience induced by drugs 1
    • trip [the ~] sustantivo
      • an acid trip1

to trip verbo (trips, tripped, tripping)

  1. to trip
    to stumble; to trip
    • stumble verbo (stumbles, stumbled, stumbling)
    • trip verbo (trips, tripped, tripping)
  2. to trip
    to trip
    • trip verbo (trips, tripped, tripping)
  3. to trip
    to slip; to topple over; to postpone; to fall over; to trip; to delay; to fall flat
    • slip verbo (slips, slipped, slipping)
    • topple over verbo (topples over, toppled over, toppling over)
    • postpone verbo (postpones, postponed, postponing)
    • fall over verbo (falls over, fell over, falling over)
    • trip verbo (trips, tripped, tripping)
    • delay verbo (delaies, delayed, delaying)
    • fall flat verbo (falls flat, fell flat, falling flat)
  4. to trip
    to stumble; to founder; to be tripped up; to trip; to slip
    • stumble verbo (stumbles, stumbled, stumbling)
    • founder verbo (founders, foundered, foundering)
    • be tripped up verbo (is tripped up, being tripped up)
    • trip verbo (trips, tripped, tripping)
    • slip verbo (slips, slipped, slipping)
  5. to trip
    – get high, stoned, or drugged 1
    to trip; turn on; to get off; trip out
    – get high, stoned, or drugged 1
    • trip verbo (trips, tripped, tripping)
      • He trips every weekend1
    • turn on verbo
    • get off verbo (gets off, got off, getting off)
    • trip out verbo
  6. to trip
    – put in motion or move to act 1
    trigger; to trip; to spark; to activate; touch off; set off; trigger off; spark off; actuate
    – put in motion or move to act 1
  7. to trip
    – make a trip for pleasure 1
    to travel; to trip; jaunt
    – make a trip for pleasure 1
    • travel verbo (travels, travelled, travelling)
    • trip verbo (trips, tripped, tripping)
    • jaunt verbo
  8. to trip
    – miss a step and fall or nearly fall 1
    to trip; to stumble
    – miss a step and fall or nearly fall 1
    • trip verbo (trips, tripped, tripping)
    • stumble verbo (stumbles, stumbled, stumbling)
      • She stumbled over the tree root1
  9. to trip
    – cause to stumble 1
    to trip; to trip up
    – cause to stumble 1
    • trip verbo (trips, tripped, tripping)
      • The questions on the test tripped him up1
    • trip up verbo (trips up, tripped up, tripping up)

Conjugaciones de trip:

present
  1. trip
  2. trip
  3. trips
  4. trip
  5. trip
  6. trip
simple past
  1. tripped
  2. tripped
  3. tripped
  4. tripped
  5. tripped
  6. tripped
present perfect
  1. have tripped
  2. have tripped
  3. has tripped
  4. have tripped
  5. have tripped
  6. have tripped
past continuous
  1. was tripping
  2. were tripping
  3. was tripping
  4. were tripping
  5. were tripping
  6. were tripping
future
  1. shall trip
  2. will trip
  3. will trip
  4. shall trip
  5. will trip
  6. will trip
continuous present
  1. am tripping
  2. are tripping
  3. is tripping
  4. are tripping
  5. are tripping
  6. are tripping
subjunctive
  1. be tripped
  2. be tripped
  3. be tripped
  4. be tripped
  5. be tripped
  6. be tripped
diverse
  1. trip!
  2. let's trip!
  3. tripped
  4. tripping
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

trip

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Definiciones relacionadas de "trip":

  1. an unintentional but embarrassing blunder1
    • he recited the whole poem without a single trip1
  2. a light or nimble tread1
    • he heard the trip of women's feet overhead1
  3. a journey for some purpose (usually including the return)1
    • he took a trip to the shopping center1
  4. a catch mechanism that acts as a switch1
  5. an exciting or stimulating experience1
  6. an accidental misstep threatening (or causing) a fall1
  7. a hallucinatory experience induced by drugs1
    • an acid trip1
  8. get high, stoned, or drugged1
    • He trips every weekend1
  9. put in motion or move to act1
  10. make a trip for pleasure1
  11. miss a step and fall or nearly fall1
  12. cause to stumble1
    • The questions on the test tripped him up1

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