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  • the pointed or rounded end or extremity of something slender or tapering.
    E.g. George pressed the tips of his fingers together
  • attach to or cover the end or extremity of.
    E.g. the peaks of the mountains were tipped with snow
  • (in bookbinding) paste a single page, typically an illustration, to the neighbouring page of a book by a thin line of paste down its inner margin.
    E.g. tipped in here is a clipping from a magazine
  • overbalance so as to fall or turn over.
    E.g. the hay caught fire when the candle tipped over
  • cause (the contents of a container) to be emptied out by holding it at an angle.
    E.g. Sarah tipped the washing-up water down the sink
  • strike or touch lightly.
    E.g. I tipped his hoof with the handle of a knife
  • a place where rubbish is left.
    E.g. a rubbish tip
  • a pitched ball that is slightly deflected by the batter.
  • a sum of money given to someone as a reward for a service.
    E.g. he never leaves a tip
  • a small but useful piece of practical advice.
    E.g. handy tips for decorating a small flat
  • give (someone) a sum of money as a reward for a service.
    E.g. I tipped her five dollars
  • predict as likely to win or achieve something.
    E.g. Christine was widely tipped to get the job

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