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German translation of “tip”

tip

verb /tip/ (past tense, past participle tipped)
to (make something) slant
kippen
The boat tipped to one side.
to empty (something) from a container, or remove (something) from a surface, with this kind of motion
kippen
He tipped the water out of the bucket.
to dump (rubbish)
abladen
People have been tipping their rubbish in this field.
tip over to knock or fall over; to overturn
umkippen
He tipped the lamp over She put the jug on the end of the table and it tipped over.
(Definition of tip from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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