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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “tip”

tip

verb (POUR)
傾倒
 
 
/tɪp/ (-pp-)
[T usually + adv/prep] UK to pour a substance from one container into another or onto a surface
倒;傾倒
She tipped the contents of her purse out onto the table.
她把錢包裡的東西倒在桌子上。
He tipped his breakfast cereal into a bowl.
他把早餐麥片倒入碗中。
The child picked up the box and tipped the toys out all over the floor.
孩子撿起盒子,把裡面的玩具倒了一地。
Movement of liquids
be tipping (it) down UK informal When it is tipping it down, a lot of rain is falling
大雨傾盤
We won't be able to go to the beach today - it's tipping it down.
我們今天無法去海灘了——雨下得很大。
Rain
-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 (POUR) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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