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Traducción en español de “tip”

tip

verb /tip/ (past tense, past participle tipped)
to (make something) slant
ladearse, inclinarse
The boat tipped to one side.
to empty (something) from a container, or remove (something) from a surface, with this kind of motion
ladearse, inclinarse
He tipped the water out of the bucket.
to dump (rubbish)
verter, tirar; vaciar
People have been tipping their rubbish in this field.
tip over phrasal verb to knock or fall over; to overturn
volcar, caer
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-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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