tip

  核心词汇  
[tɪp]     [tɪp]    
  • n.小费;小建议;轻拍;尖端,顶端;倾斜,翻倒
  • v.给小费;装顶端;倾斜;翻倒
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tip是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

n.(名词)
  1. 倾斜, 倾倒,翻倒
  2. 轻击,轻推
  3. 尖端,顶端,翼尖
  4. 小费,赏钱
  5. 告诫,提示
  6. 秘密消息,内部情报
  7. 顶端附加的小件
  8. <英>弃置场
  9. 末端,梢
  10. 【棒】擦球(立即往垒上跑)
v.(动词)
  1. (使)翻倒,(使)倾斜,(使)倾,(使)倾倒
  2. 给(小费),赏(酒钱)
  3. <英>倾倒
  4. 递送
  5. 泄露
  6. 暗示,告诫
  7. 踮着脚走
  8. 轻触,轻击,轻碰
  9. 使倾,使倾覆
  10. 扔出
  11. 推倒(人)
  12. 翻转,翻覆
  13. 装尖头
  14. 脱(帽)打招呼
  15. 在…的顶端装附加物,覆盖…的尖端
  16. 去掉(生长物)的尖端
  17. 倒出
  18. 倒垃圾
  19. 付小账
  20. 某物侧边提高
  21. 屈身
abbr.(缩略词)
  1. Transit Improvement Program 蒂普(子午仪改进卫星),美国导航卫星

双解释义

n.(名词)
  1. [C]尖端,尖儿 pointed or thin end of sth
  2. [C](装在某物顶端的)小部分或小物件 small part or piece fitted to the end of sth
  3. [C]垃圾弃置场 place where rubbish may be tipped
  4. [C]脏的或乱的地方 dirty or untidy place
  5. [C]小费,小账 small sum of money given to a waiter, taxi driver, etc.as personal reward for their services
  6. [C]有用的小建议,实用的小提示 small but useful piece of practical advice
v.(动词)
  1. vt. & vi. (使)某物侧边提高,倾斜,翻倒 (cause sth to) rise, lean or tilt on one side or at one end
  2. vt. 将(所盛之物)倒出 cause (the contents of sth) to pour out by tilting
  3. vt. 给某物装上尖头,置于某物的顶端 cover the end or edge of sth a colour, a substance,etc.
  4. vt. 给小费 give a tip to sb
  5. vt. 轻打 touch or strike sth lightly
  6. vt. 就(某人或某事物)提出意见或建议 give advice or an opinion about sb/sth

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英英释义

Noun:
  1. the extreme end of something; especially something pointed

  2. a relatively small amount of money given for services rendered (as by a waiter)

  3. an indication of potential opportunity;

    "he got a tip on the stock market"
    "a good lead for a job"

  4. a V shape;

    "the cannibal's teeth were filed to sharp points"

  5. the top or extreme point of something (usually a mountain or hill);

    "the view from the peak was magnificent"
    "they clambered to the tip of Monadnock"
    "the region is a few molecules wide at the summit"

Verb:
  1. cause to tilt;

    "tip the screen upward"

  2. mark with a tip;

    "tip the arrow with the small stone"

  3. give a tip or gratuity to in return for a service, beyond the compensation agreed on;

    "Remember to tip the waiter"
    "fee the steward"

  4. cause to topple or tumble by pushing

  5. to incline or bend from a vertical position;

    "She leaned over the banister"

  6. walk on one's toes

  7. strike lightly;

    "He tapped me on the shoulder"

  8. give insider information or advise to;

    "He tipped off the police about the terrorist plot"

  9. remove the tip from;

    "tip artichokes"

tip的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. He charged me 20 yuan for tip.
    他向我要了20元小费.
  2. This manual is full of useful tips.
    这本小册子里有很多实用的小建议。
用作动词 (v.)
  1. Did you remember to tip the porter?
    你记得给搬运工小费了吗?
  2. Only the tip of an iceberg pokes up above water.
    只有冰山的尖端突出于水面。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. That stick has a metal tip.
    那根手杖的顶端是铁的。
  2. His nose is pink at the tip.
    他的鼻尖是粉红色的。
  3. He smokes cigarettes with filter tips.
    他抽过滤嘴香烟。
  4. The tips of the fingers are particularly sensitive.
    手指尖特别敏感。
  5. The animal plucked fruit and leaves from the tips of branches.
    那动物从枝头上扯下果实和叶子。
  6. The tips of matches are covered with a chemical substance.
    火柴头上包着一层化学物质。
  7. Lüshun is a city and port in the northeast of China at the tip of Liaodong Peninsula.
    旅顺是中国东北辽东半岛顶端的一个城市和港口。
  8. Their house is an absolute tip.
    他们家简直是个垃圾堆。
  9. They live in a tip.
    他们住在陋巷里。
  10. He gave the waiter one dollar for tip.
    他给侍者1美元钱作小费。
  11. The woman gave me a dollar tip.
    那位妇女给了我一美元的小费。
  12. Most restaurants now include the tip in the price of the meal.
    如今大多数餐馆把小费算入饭菜价格中。
  13. Taxi drivers expect a tip.
    出租车司机希望得到小费。
  14. Take a tip from me and buy these shares now.
    听我的,立即买下这些股票。
  15. Take my tip and keep well away from that place.
    听我的劝告,尽量离那个地方远点。
  16. The manual is full of useful tips.
    这本手册提供了许多有用的消息。
  17. The book gives some good central heating tips.
    这本书提供了集中供暖的一些好办法。
  18. You can often pick up useful tips if you keep your ears open.
    只要你留心细听,常常可以获得一些有用的消息。
  19. The police got a tip that the bank would be robbed tonight
    警方获得情报,得知有人今晚准备抢劫那家银行。
用作动词 (v.)
用作不及物动词 S+~(+A)
  1. The table tipped.
    桌子倾斜了。
  2. The boat tipped to one side.
    船向一边倾斜。
  3. The balance of maritime superiority has tipped in favour of us.
    海上优势已经转到我们这边了。
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. He tipped his soup bowl towards himself.
    他把汤碗歪向自己。
  2. The children tipped the table and the glasses fell off.
    孩子们弄歪桌子,玻璃杯都掉到地上了。
  3. The child tipped the plate and the cake fell off it to the floor.
    那孩子盘子没有端平,蛋糕滑落到地板上了。
  4. The boy tipped his head to one side.
    那孩子把头歪向一边。
  5. Her greater experience tipped the balance in her favour and she got the job.
    她经验更丰富,这是她得到那份工作的决定性因素。
  6. The native warriors tipped their spears with poison.
    土著斗士把毒药涂在长矛尖上。
  7. Did you see him tip the taxi driver with a pound note?
    你有没有看到他给出租车司机一张1英镑的钞票作小费?
  8. The gentleman tipped his hat politely.
    那位先生彬彬有礼地触了一下帽檐。
  9. The ball just tipped the edge of his racket.
    球仅仅碰到了他球拍的边儿。
  10. 用于be ~ed结构
  11. No rubbish to be tipped here.
    此处禁止倒垃圾。
  12. The legs of the table were tipped with rubber.
    桌子腿装上了橡皮头。
用作双宾动词 S+~+ pron./n. + n./pron.
  1. I tipped the porter 50p.
    我给了搬运工人50便士小费。
  2. I'll tip you the wink when it's safe to come in.
    可以安全进来时,我会向你使眼色的。
用作宾补动词 S+~+ n./pron. +as n.
    常用于be ~ed结构
  1. Ade has been widely tipped as the Prime Minister.
    很多人认为艾德将继任首相。
S+~+ n./pron. +to- v
    常用于be ~ed结构
  1. He has been widely tipped to succeed the president.
    许多人认为他将继任总统。

常用短语

用作名词 (n.)
(have sth) on the tip of sb's tongue
  1. 话到嘴边 just about to be spoken or remembered

    His name's on the tip of my tongue, but I just can't think of it. 他的名字就在嘴边上,可我就是想不起来。

the tip of the iceberg
  1. 重要情况〔重大问题等〕显露出的小部分 small but evident part of a much larger concealed situation, problem, etc.

    Over 100 burglaries are reported every month, and that's just the tip of the iceberg. 每月报案的入室盗窃案超过百起,而这只不过是已知的一小部分。

    The few people who are caught not paying their taxes are just the tip of the iceberg—many more get away with it. 被抓的少数偷税漏税者只不过是浮在表面的——更多的逃税人却逍遥法外。

用作动词 (v.)
tip in (v.+adv.)
  1. 在书页间装订处黏附(插页) affix or paste (an insert) in a book at the binding margin tip sth ⇔ in 常用于 be ~ed 结构

    All the pictures in the book were tipped in carelessly and are beginning to come loose.这本书里所有的插图都加贴得不仔细,现在都开始脱页了。

tip into (v.+prep.)
  1. (把…)倒进,(使)掉进 (cause sb/sth to) enter sth by raising a container at an angle tip into sth

    The car tipped into the ditch.汽车翻进沟里。

    tip sb/sth into sth

    The boat rocked, tipping some of the passengers into the river.船摇晃起来,几个乘客掉进河里。

    Her hand slipped and she tipped some of the tea into her plate by mistake.她的手一滑,把茶洒在盘子里。

    She tipped the slops out of the bucket into the sink.她把桶里的脏水倒进洗涤槽。

    Just tip the wood into this box, will you?把木头装进这箱子里好吗?

tip off1 (v.+adv.)
  1. 因倾斜而使…掉下来 cause sb/sth to fall off sth, by raising a level at an angle tip sb/sth ⇔ off

    Suddenly the horse jumped up and tipped its rider off.马突然惊跳起来,把骑马人甩了下来。

    The cart stopped suddenly, tipping its load off in the middle of the road.马车突然停下来,车上的货滑落到路中间。

  2. 供给(某人)秘密消息; 给(某人)警告或暗示 give secret information or a warning to sb tip sb ⇔ off

    Someone tipped the gang off and they escaped before the police arrived.有人向那帮歹徒透露了消息,所以他们在警察到达前就逃走了。

    A friend tipped Mike off about the precarious financial position of the company, and he sold his shares in time.一个朋友向迈克透露了那家公司的金融危机,他及时卖掉了他的股票。

    用于 be ~ed 结构

    The police were tipped off that the criminals were planning to rob the bank.警方秘密得知那些罪犯正在策划抢劫银行。

    The moonshiners had been tipped off that they were about to be raided.那些在夜间进行非法买卖的家伙事先得到了消息,知道警察要搜捕他们。

tip off2 (v.+prep.)
  1. 因倾斜而使…掉下来 cause sb/sth to fall off sth, by raising a level at an angle tip sb/sth off sth

    The train stopped abruptly, nearly tipping me off my bunk.火车突然停车,我差点儿从铺位上摔下来。

tip out (v.+adv.)
  1. 从(容器等中)倒出,从…掉出 remove by tilting or overturning a vessel, etc. tip sb/sth out of sth

    The train stopped with a violent jerk, nearly tipping me out of my bunk.火车猛地一颠停了下来,我差一点从铺位上摔下来。

    tip sb/sth ⇔ out 常用于 be ~ed 结构

    Buckets rise on a long chain from the well, and the water is tipped out into irrigation channels.一长串的水桶从井下升上来,把水倒入灌溉渠中。

    The load is tipped out at the dumping site.装载的东西被卸在垃圾场上。

tip over1 (v.+adv.)
  1. (使)翻载,(使)翻倒 (cause to) overturn or upset; (cause to) throw tip over

    The lamp on the table tipped over.桌上的灯翻倒了。

    A canoe will sometimes tip over quickly.独木舟有时一下子就会翻掉。

    tip sth ⇔ over

    The typhoon nearly tipped over the house.台风几乎把房子刮倒。

    Careful!You'll tip the boat over.当心,你要把船弄翻了。

    The clumsy boy tipped the jar of paint over .那个笨手笨脚的男孩把漆罐打翻了。

    The ladder fell, tipping the tin of paint over so that they ran all over the floor.梯子倒了,油漆桶翻了,油漆洒了一地。

    I'm sorry I tipped the vase over.对不起,我把花瓶打翻了。

    The last of the glasses broke when Mary tipped over the sideboard.玛丽碰翻了餐具柜,剩下的最后一只玻璃杯也碎了。

    常用于 be ~ed 结构

    The bowl was tipped over by the cat which jumped in through the window.碗被一只从窗口跳进来的猫打翻了。

tip over2 (v.+prep.)
  1. 从…的上方倒 throw sth over tip sth over sth

    My neighbour has been tipping dead leaves over the wall into my garden.我的邻居把落叶从墙头倒进我的花园里了。

tip up (v.+adv.)
  1. (使)倾斜 (cause to) lean or slant tip up

    Don't lean on the table or it'll tip up.别倚桌子,不然就倚倒了。

    tip sth ⇔ up

    He got so angry that he tipped the table up.他气得把桌子推翻了。

    Tip the box up and empty it.把那盒子翻过来倒空。

    Please tip up the sofa so that I may remove the carpet from under it.请把沙发往上推,让我把地毯从下面拖出来。

  2. (使…)围绕铰链或枢轴向上翻起 (cause to) turn upwards around a hinge or a pivot tip up

    These bunks can tip up and fold back into the wall.这些铺位可以翻起来并折叠收入墙内。

    tip sth ⇔ up 用于 be ~ed 结构

    Many theatres and cinemas have seats that can be tipped up.很多剧场和电影院都有可以翻起来的座位。

  3. 〈俚〉付款 pay money tip up for sth

    You buy the tickets and I'll tip up for the meal.票你来买,饭钱我来付。

词汇搭配

用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ 名词+~ ~+介词
用作动词 (v.)
~+名词 ~+副词
  • tip in 在书页间装订处黏附(插页)
  • tip off 因倾斜而使…掉下来
  • tip out 从容器中倒出,从…掉出
  • tip over (使)翻载,(使)倒翻
  • tip up (使)倾斜,(使…)围绕铰链或枢轴向上翻起
~+介词

经典引文

  • The cigar tip glowed.

    出自:B. Breytenbach
  • The tips of her fengirs had gone icy.

    出自:J. C. Oates
  • She lives in an absolute tip of a flat.

    出自:V. Glendinning
  • The report..surveyed a 100..waste tips.

    出自:Earth Matters
  • They give me vast tips, especially the Yanks.

    出自:J. Trollope
  • A new collection of managerial tips, with chapters on selling, negotiating, managing.

    出自:New York Times
  • My tip is, 'Buy 1985s'.

    出自:Decanter
  • He tipped off a satisfactory length of ash.

    出自:G. Greene
  • Two men saw the boat tip.

    出自:L. Erdrich
  • The sun tips with light the mountains of Ingeli.

    出自:A. Paton
  • Wooden gouges tipped with stainless steel needles.

    出自:Hippocrates
  • I tipped the cabby.

    出自:D. Shields
  • Phillips is tipped as a hot favourite to get an Oscar Award.

    出自:Stage

tip的详细讲解:

词语用法

n.(名词)
  1. tip的基本意思是“尖端,尖儿”,也可表示(装在某物顶端的)“小部分”或“小物件”,其后常跟of。
v.(动词)
  1. tip表示“(使)某物侧边提高,倾斜,翻倒”时,可用作及物动词,也可用作不及物动词。用作及物动词时,接名词或代词作宾语。
  2. tip表示“将(所盛之物)倒出”时,用作及物动词,接名词或代词作宾语,其宾语后还可接介词短语或副词。
  3. tip作“付小费”解时,宾语一般为人,也可接双宾语。tip也可表示“轻触,轻打,轻敲”,用作及物动词,接名词或代词作宾语,可用于被动结构。
  4. tip表示“轻击向某方向”时,用作及物动词,接名词或代词作宾语,宾语后还可接介词短语或副词表示方向,可用于被动结构。
  5. tip表示“就(某人或某事物)提出意见或建议”时,用作及物动词,接名词或代词作宾语,还可接以as短语或动词不定式充当补足语的复合宾语,通常用于被动结构。

词义辨析

tip slope tilt
这些动词均含“倾斜”之意。
  • tip:tip指向一边倾斜或向上翻转、失去平衡或完全翻转过来。
  • slope:slope指向上或向下渐渐倾斜的表面,多用于山、屋顶等缓缓倾斜。
  • tilt:tilt指有意识地或长时间地使物体处于倾斜状态。

词源解说

  • ☆ 1300年右左进入英语,直接源自斯堪地娜维亚语的tip,意为推翻。

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