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Significado de “trip (sb) up” - Diccionario Inglés

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trip (sb) up

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

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

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