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Meaning of “trip” - Learner’s Dictionary

trip

verb     /trɪp/ ( present participle tripping, past tense and past participle tripped)
FALL [I]
B2 to fall or almost fall because you hit your foot on something when you are walking or running: Careful you don't trip over the cat! He tripped on a stone and hurt his ankle.Falling and droppingMoving downwards
MAKE FALL [T]
to make someone fall by putting your foot in front of their footFalling and droppingMoving downwards
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