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N-COUNT 末梢;尖端;顶端 The tip of something long and narrow is the end of it.
The sleeves covered his hands to the tips of his fingers...
She poked and shifted things with the tip of her walking stick...
V-ERG (使)倾斜;(使)斜侧 If you tip an object or part of your body or if it tips, it moves into a sloping position with one end or side higher than the other.
He leaned away from her, and she had to tip her head back to see him...
A young boy is standing on a stool, reaching for a cookie jar, and the stool is about to tip...
VERB 倾倒;倒出 If you tip something somewhere, you pour it there.
Tip the vegetables into a bowl...
She took out the plate, stared blankly at the dried-up food on it, and tipped it into the bin…
VERB 扔掉,倒掉(垃圾) To tip rubbish means to get rid of it by leaving it somewhere.
...the costs of tipping rubbish in landfills...
How do you stop people tipping?...
N-COUNT 垃圾场 A tip is a place where rubbish is left.
Officers had found a large bread knife on the rubbish tip…
I took a load of rubbish and grass cuttings to the tip.
N-COUNT 脏乱的场所 If you describe a place as a tip, you mean it is very untidy.
The flat is an absolute tip.
VERB 给…小费 If you tip someone such as a waiter in a restaurant, you give them some money in order to thank them for their services.
Do you really think it's customary to tip the waiters?...
She tipped the barmen 10 dollars and bought drinks all round.
她给了吧台服务员 10 美元小费，还请在场的所有人喝了酒。
N-COUNT 小费 If you give a tip to someone such as a waiter in a restaurant, you give them some money to thank them for their services.
I gave the barber a tip...
The Head Porter was keeping all the tips.
N-COUNT 诀窍;忠告;指导 A tip is a useful piece of advice.
It shows how to prepare a CV, and gives tips on applying for jobs.
…tips for busy managers…
VERB 认定…会(做某事或获得成功) If a person is tipped to do something or is tipped for success at something, experts or journalists believe that they will do that thing or achieve that success.
He is tipped to be the country's next foreign minister...
He was widely tipped for success.
N-COUNT (对赛马、比赛结果的)预测，内幕消息 Someone's tip for a race or competition is their advice on its likely result, especially to someone who wants to bet money on the result.
I've a tip for the races…
United are still my tip for the Title.
PHRASE (事物的)端倪，表面一小部分，冰山一角 If you say that a problem is the tip of the iceberg, you mean that it is one small part of a much larger problem.
Unless we're all a lot more careful, the people who have died so far will be just the tip of the iceberg.
PHRASE 使占优势 If something tips the scales or tips the balance, it gives someone a slight advantage.
Today's slightly shorter race could well help to tip the scales in his favour...
If the trial were evenly poised the newspapers might tip the balance against them.
PHRASE 话到嘴边(却没说出来) If a comment or question is on the tip of your tongue, you really want to say it or ask it, but you decide not to say it.
It was on the tip of Mahoney's tongue to say the boss was out...
A sarcastic remark was on the tip of her tongue.