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Translation of "tip" - English-Turkish dictionary

tip

noun [C]     /tɪp/
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the end of something long and narrow the tips of your fingersEdges and extremities of objectsSurfaces of objects
ADVICE
B1 a piece of useful advice faydalı öğüt, yararlı tavsiye, ipucu gardening tips Emma was giving me some tips on how to grow tomatoes.Information and messagesGiving advice
MONEY
B1 an extra amount of money that you give to a driver, someone working in a restaurant, etc to thank them bahşiş We left a tip because the waiter was so friendly.Gifts in the form of moneyPresents and giftsForms of money and methods of payment
WASTE UK ( UK/US dump)
a place where people take things that they want to get rid of hurdalık, eski eşyaların atıldığı yer We took our old fridge to the tip.Environmental issuesRubbish and wasteProtection and protectors
UNTIDY PLACE UK informal ( UK/US dump)
a place that is dirty and untidy çöplük, mezbele His bedroom is an absolute tip.Dirty and untidy
(Definition of tip noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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