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Meaning & Definition of Trip in English

English

Trip

/trɪp/

noun

1. A journey for some purpose (usually including the return)

  • "He took a trip to the shopping center"
    synonym:
  • trip

2. A hallucinatory experience induced by drugs

  • "An acid trip"
    synonym:
  • trip

3. An accidental misstep threatening (or causing) a fall

  • "He blamed his slip on the ice"
  • "The jolt caused many slips and a few spills"
    synonym:
  • slip
  • ,
  • trip

4. An exciting or stimulating experience

    synonym:
  • trip
  • ,
  • head trip

5. A catch mechanism that acts as a switch

  • "The pressure activates the tripper and releases the water"
    synonym:
  • tripper
  • ,
  • trip

6. A light or nimble tread

  • "He heard the trip of women's feet overhead"
    synonym:
  • trip

7. An unintentional but embarrassing blunder

  • "He recited the whole poem without a single trip"
  • "He arranged his robes to avoid a trip-up later"
  • "Confusion caused his unfortunate misstep"
    synonym:
  • trip
  • ,
  • trip-up
  • ,
  • stumble
  • ,
  • misstep

verb

1. Miss a step and fall or nearly fall

  • "She stumbled over the tree root"
    synonym:
  • stumble
  • ,
  • trip

2. Cause to stumble

  • "The questions on the test tripped him up"
    synonym:
  • trip
  • ,
  • trip up

3. Make a trip for pleasure

    synonym:
  • travel
  • ,
  • trip
  • ,
  • jaunt

4. Put in motion or move to act

  • "Trigger a reaction"
  • "Actuate the circuits"
    synonym:
  • trip
  • ,
  • actuate
  • ,
  • trigger
  • ,
  • activate
  • ,
  • set off
  • ,
  • spark off
  • ,
  • spark
  • ,
  • trigger off
  • ,
  • touch off

5. Get high, stoned, or drugged

  • "He trips every weekend"
    synonym:
  • trip
  • ,
  • trip out
  • ,
  • turn on
  • ,
  • get off

Examples of using

Our trip lasted a long time.
Was it a nice trip?
It has been a nice trip.