01. People in this country generally give a [tip] of 10 to 15% for good service in a restaurant.02. Trevor said he always [tips] his waitress unless the service is really bad.03. I [tipped] over my wine glass when I reached for my plate.04. Kevin burnt the [tip] of his finger when he was lighting a candle.05. He took a short course which gave some good [tips] on how to apply for a scholarship to different colleges.06. Stanley broke off the [tip] of his best knife trying to open a bottle of beer with it.07. We [tipped] the canoe when we tried to get into it.08. Evelyn has a pimple right on the [tip] of her nose.09. When going to a job interview, one good [tip] is to always look your interviewers in the eyes.10. Marly bought a book about travelling in Europe, and it has lots of good [tips] about how to save money.11. My dad gave me some [tips] about what to expect when I started university.12. The best [tip] I was ever given about the stock market is that you should never invest more than you can afford to lose.13. There is a Saudi Arabian proverb which states that the soul of a fool is always dancing on the [tip] of his tongue.14. Studies have shown that when a waitress draws a happy face on a bill, [tips] rise 18%.15. Tourists visiting Iceland should know that [tipping] at a restaurant is considered impolite.16. A whip makes a cracking sound because its [tip] moves faster than the speed of sound.17. Raising the head slightly, [tipping] it backward, and closing the eyes usually means "no" in Turkey.18. In June, the earth is [tipped] towards the sun, producing summers in the northern half of our planet.19. Killer whales often catch seals by [tipping] up the ice they are lying on so that they fall into the water.20. According to a popular travel guide, with increased tourism, [tipping] has become a part of the tourist industry in Benin.21. Al Clethen once joked, "Shopping [tip]: You can get shoes for 85 cents at bowling alleys."22. To stop a nosebleed, sit up straight, and [tip] your head slightly forward.
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TIP — steht für: Tipp, Ratschlag Taifun Tip, der stärkste bisher beobachtete Taifun Tip (Zeitschrift), Berliner Stadtmagazin, TIP Zeitung für Thailand , Tip, eine TV Show aus den 1970er Jahren TiP Toll im Preis, Handelsmarke der Supermarktketten der… … Deutsch Wikipedia
tip — tip1 [tip] n. [ME tippe, akin to MLowG tip, point, top, Ger zipf in zipfel, an end, tip, prob. < IE base * dumb , tail > Avestan duma , tail] 1. the pointed, tapering, or rounded end or top of something long and slim 2. something attached… … English World dictionary
Tip — steht für: ein Berliner Stadtmagazin, siehe Tip (Zeitschrift) den stärksten bisher beobachteten Taifun, siehe Taifun Tip eine TV Show aus den 1970er Jahren, siehe Tip (TV Show) den afrikanischen Sklavenhändler Tippu Tip den US amerikanischen … Deutsch Wikipedia
tip — Ⅰ. tip  ► NOUN 1) the pointed or rounded extremity of something slender or tapering. 2) a small part fitted to the end of an object. ► VERB (tipped, tipping) ▪ attach to or cover the tip of. ● … English terms dictionary
Tip — Tip, v. t. [Cf. LG. tippen to tap, Sw. tippa, and E. tap to strike gently.] 1. To strike slightly; to tap. [1913 Webster] A third rogue tips me by the elbow. Swift. [1913 Webster] 2. To bestow a gift, or douceur, upon; to give a present to; as,… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
tip — TIP, (1, 2, 3) tipuri, (4) tipi, s.m. 1. s.n. Obiect care reprezintă modelul pe baza căruia se produc alte obiecte de acelaşi fel; prototip. 2. s.n. Individ, exemplar, obiect, fenomen care întruneşte anumite trăsături reprezentative, esenţiale… … Dicționar Român
Tip — Tip, n. [Akin to D. & Dan. tip, LG. & Sw. tipp, G. zipfel, and probably to E. tap a plug, a pipe.] 1. The point or extremity of anything; a pointed or somewhat sharply rounded end; the end; as, the tip of the finger; the tip of a spear. [1913… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
tip — 1 n 1: information provided to the police or authorities regarding crime 2: a piece of inside information esp. of advantage in securities trading tip 2 vt tipped, tip·ping: to provide a tip to or about often used with off tip·per n … Law dictionary
Tip — puede referirse a: El humorista español Luis Sánchez Polack, quien formó parte de los dúos Tip y Top y Tip y Coll. Las siglas TIP de Texto de Identificación Personal. El Aeropuerto Internacional de Trípoli (Libia), en su código IATA Algunos… … Wikipedia Español
tip — tȋp m <N mn típovi> DEFINICIJA 1. osnovni oblik koji je zajednički nekoj grupi predmeta i pojava po kojem se razlikuju od drugih; obrazac, uzorak, model [tip gradnje kuće; kuća primorskog tipa] 2. a. onaj koji se odlikuje bitnim svojstvima… … Hrvatski jezični portal
tip — / tipoff [n1] inside information bang*, bug*, buzz*, clue, cue, dope*, forecast, hint, in*, information, inkling, inside wire, knowledge, news, point, pointer, prediction, prompt, secret information, steer*, suggestion, two cents’ worth*, warning … New thesaurus