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Definición de “trip (sb) up” en inglés

trip (sb) up

verb uk phrasal verb with trip   /trɪp/ (-pp-) us  

(FALL)

to fall because you hit your foot on something, or to make someone fall by putting your foot in front of the other person's foot: I'm terribly sorry. I didn't mean to trip you up. She tripped up on the rug.

(FAIL)

informal to make a mistake, or to cause someone to make a mistake: The exam went quite well, except at the end when I tripped up on the final question. At the interview, they were trying to trip me up all the way through.
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