tip verb translate English to Russian: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "tip" - English-Russian dictionary


/tɪp/ ( present participle tipping, past tense and past participle tipped)
MOVE [I, T] to move so that one side is higher than the other side, or to make something move in this way
The table tipped and all the drinks fell on the floor.Slanting, sloping, leaning, tilting
tip sth into/onto/out of sth to make the contents of a container fall out by holding the container in a position where this happens
вываливать что-либо в/на/из и т. д.
She tipped the contents of her purse onto the table.Movement of liquids
GIVE MONEY [I, T] to give an extra amount of money to a driver, someone working in a restaurant, etc to thank them
давать чаевые
Paying and spending money
be tipped as/to do/for sth UK If someone is tipped to achieve something, most people say it will happen.
быть по общему мнению наиболее вероятным (претендентом и т. д.)
Christie was tipped to win the race.Possible and probable
(Definition of tip verb from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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