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N-COUNT 旅行;出行;旅游 A trip is a journey that you make to a particular place.
On the Thursday we went out on a day trip...
Mark was sent to the Far East on a business trip.
VERB 绊倒;绊 If you trip when you are walking, you knock your foot against something and fall or nearly fall.
She tripped and fell last night and broke her hip...
He tried to follow Jack's footsteps in the snow and tripped on a rock...
VERB 使绊;将…绊倒; 使跌倒 If you trip someone who is walking or running, you put your foot or something else in front of them, so that they knock their own foot against it and fall or nearly fall.
One guy stuck his foot out and tried to trip me.
N-COUNT (对权力等的)迷恋;(内疚、怀旧感等的)困扰 If you say that someone is, for example, on a power trip, a guilt trip, or a nostalgia trip, you mean that their behaviour is motivated by power, guilt, or nostalgia.
There's such pressure to be happy in Hawaii, if you're unhappy you're on a guilt trip...
The biggest star perk, and the biggest power trip, must be the private plane.
N-COUNT (吸毒所致的)幻觉，迷幻感受 A trip is an experience that someone has when their mind is affected by a drug such as LSD.
An anxious or depressed person can experience a really bad trip.
VERB (服用毒品后)产生幻觉 If someone is tripping, they are having an experience in which their mind is affected by a drug such as LSD.
One night I was tripping on acid.
VERB 轻快地走 If someone trips somewhere, they walk there with light, quick steps.
A girl in a red smock tripped down the hill...
They tripped along with scarcely a care in the world.