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  • catch one's foot on something and stumble or fall.
    E.g. he tripped over his cat
  • walk, run, or dance with quick light steps.
    E.g. they tripped up the terrace steps
  • activate (a mechanism), especially by contact with a switch, catch, or other electrical device.
    E.g. somebody tripped the alarm
  • release and raise (an anchor) from the seabed by means of a cable.
  • experience hallucinations induced by taking a psychedelic drug, especially LSD.
    E.g. a couple of boys were tripping
  • go on a short journey.
    E.g. when tripping through the Yukon take some time to explore our museums
  • a journey or excursion, especially for pleasure.
    E.g. Sammy's gone on a school trip
  • a stumble or fall due to catching one's foot on something.
    E.g. trips and falls cause nearly half of all accidents
  • a hallucinatory experience caused by taking a psychedelic drug, especially LSD.
    E.g. acid trips
  • a device that activates or disconnects a mechanism, circuit, etc.
    E.g. a trip mechanism
  • a light, lively movement of a person's feet.
    E.g. yonder comes Dalinda; I know her by her trip
  • a flock or group of goats, sheep, or other animals.
    E.g. she exchanged her cows for a trip of goats
  • a small flock of wildfowl.
    E.g. a small trip of dotterel alighted on the cricket field

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