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English definition of “tripe”

tripe

noun [U] uk   /traɪp/ us  

tripe noun [U] (FOOD)

the covering of the inside of the stomach of an animal, such as a cow or sheep, used for food: stewed tripe

tripe noun [U] (STUPID IDEAS)

informal ideas, suggestions, or writing that are stupid, silly, or have little value: She said my last essay was complete tripe. People talk a lot of tripe about fashion.
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