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tip

noun [C] (INFORMATION) 信息     /tɪp/
a useful piece of information, especially about how to do something or about the likely winner of a race or competition 指点,指导;(关于比赛有望获胜者的)内幕消息 gardening/cooking/sewing tips 关于园艺/烹饪/缝纫的指导 She gave me a useful/helpful/valuable/practical tip about/for growing tomatoes. 她给了我种植西红柿的有用/有益/宝贵/实用的指点。 Our racing correspondent has the following tips for the 3.15 and the 3.45 at Newmarket (= thinks that particular horses will be the winners in those races). 我们的赛马记者对3点15分和3点45分在纽马克特举行的赛事有以下内幕消息。 I've got a hot tip for you (= I can tell you about a particular likely winner of a race or competition, or give you a valuable piece of information). 我能告诉你最新内幕消息。 Gambling and bookmakingTaking risksInformation and messagesGiving advice
(Definition of tip noun (INFORMATION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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