tip verb (ONE SIDE HIGHER) translate to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "tip" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

tip

verb (ONE SIDE HIGHER)
一邊更高的
 
 
/tɪp/ (-pp-)
[I or T] to (cause to) move so that one side is higher than another side
(使)傾斜;(使)傾覆
The table tipped and all our drinks fell on the floor.
桌子翻了,結果我們的所有飲料都掉在地上。
If you put too many books on one end of the shelf, it'll tip up.
如果你在書架的一頭放太多書,書架就會翻掉。
Don't tip your chair back like that, you'll fall.
不要那樣向後仰椅子,你會翻倒的。
Slanting, sloping, leaning, tilting
tip the scales at to weigh
稱得的重量為
The baby tipped the scales at 3.75 kgs.
嬰兒稱得體重為3.75公斤。
Measurements of weight and mass
-tipped
 
 
/-tɪpt/ suffix
with a particular type of tip (= end)
…尖的,…頭的(有特定類型尖端或末梢的)
steel-tipped boots
鋼頭皮靴
Covering and adding layers
(Definition of tip verb (ONE SIDE HIGHER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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