Significado de “trip” - en el Diccionario Inglés

trip en inglés británico

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uk /trɪp/ us /trɪp/

trip noun (JOURNEY)

A2 [ C ] a journey in which you go somewhere, usually for a short time, and come back again:

The trip from York to Newcastle takes about an hour by train.
We're going on a trip to Norway this summer.
I thought we might hire a motorboat and take a trip round/around the bay.
mainly UK We can't afford another trip abroad this year.
It's a ten-mile trip from the airport to the hotel.
She's away on a business trip and won't be back until next week.
Do you want to go on the school trip to France this year?
I was thinking we could go on a shopping trip to New York this weekend.

Más ejemplos

  • You should always check your oil, water and tyres before taking your car on a long trip.
  • How about a trip to the zoo this afternoon?
  • She's going on a trip to New York, all expenses paid.
  • The travel company has written giving information about the trip.
  • He's always going off around the world on business trips, leaving his wife to cope with the babies by herself.

trip noun (EXPERIENCE)

[ C ] slang an experience in which someone sees, hears, or feels things that do not exist as a result of taking an illegal drug:

If you take this stuff when you're depressed, you'll have a really bad trip.

[ C usually singular ] mainly US informal a person or experience that is strange or entertaining and exciting:

My science teacher is such a trip - he says the most bizarre things.
guilt/power/ego trip disapproving

a period of time when you experience a particular feeling strongly:

She's been on a real power trip since she became the office manager.
I suffer from the classic working mother's guilt trip.


uk /trɪp/ us /trɪp/ -pp-

trip verb (LOSE BALANCE)

B2 [ I or T ] to lose your balance after knocking your foot against something when you are walking or running, or to cause someone to do this:

He tripped and fell down, grazing his knee.
That cable is dangerous. Someone might trip over it.
He was sent off for deliberately tripping Robson when he was about to score.

Más ejemplos

  • The bowler tripped as he was delivering the ball .
  • She tripped and fell over.
  • I tripped as I got off the bus.
  • She tripped over the rug.
  • I tripped on a piece of wire that someone had stretched across the path.

Phrasal verb(s)

(Definición de trip del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

trip en inglés americano

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tripnoun [ C ]

us /trɪp/

trip noun [ C ] (TRAVEL)

an occasion on which someone goes to a place and returns from it, or the act of traveling from one place to another:

We plan to take a trip out west later this year.
They went on a three-week trip to Europe.
Alejandro had to make a number of business trips to New York.

trip noun [ C ] (EXPERIENCE)

slang a strongly felt experience:

What a trip this book is!

tripverb [ I/T ]

us /trɪp/ -pp-

trip verb [ I/T ] (LOSE BALANCE)

to lose your balance because your foot hits against something when you are walking or running, or to cause someone to lose his or her balance:

[ I ] He injured his ankle when he tripped over a water sprinkler while jogging.
[ I ] She nearly tripped on the rug.

Phrasal verb(s)

(Definición de trip del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

trip en inglés de negocios

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tripnoun [ C ]

uk /trɪp/ us

a journey to a place, where you stay for a short time, and then come back again:

go on/make/take a trip She always flies business class when she goes on trips to the US.

a part of a journey to or back from a place:

the outward/return trip The trucks are being loaded for the return trip.

(Definición de trip del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)