tripping

UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈtrɪpɪŋ/US:USA pronunciation: respellingUSA pronunciation: respelling(triping)

From the verb trip: (⇒ conjugate)
tripping is: Click the infinitive to see all available inflections
v pres pverb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing."

tripping
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Synonyms:
nimble , spry, quick , agile, elegant , smooth , ordered


trip
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Sense: Noun: journey
Synonyms:
journey , voyage , tour , excursion , outing, jaunt, day trip, day out, expedition, pilgrimage, trek , travels, foray, passage , vacation (US), holiday (UK)
Sense: Noun: mistake
Synonyms:
mistake , error , goof (US, informal), bobble (US), blunder , stumble , screwup (informal), screw-up (informal), fumble , fault , oversight , slipup, slip-up, cockup (UK, vulgar, slang), cock-up (UK, vulgar, slang), fuckup (vulgar, offensive, slang), fuck-up (vulgar, offensive, slang), boob (slang)
Sense: Noun: drug high - slang
Synonyms:
hallucination, LSD trip (slang), drug trip (slang), drug-induced state, bad trip (slang), psychedelic experience
Antonyms:
comedown, return to reality, crash , sobriety
Sense: Noun: stumble - sometimes followed by 'over' or 'up'
Synonyms:
stumble , slip , fall , slip and fall, fall over, tumble , go head over heels, take a nosedive, take a dive, lurch , slide , topple
Antonyms:
keep your balance, keep your footing, get up, arise , get up, pick yourself up, stay on your feet, prop yourself up
Sense: Verb: cause to stumble - sometimes followed by 'over' or 'up'
Synonyms:
push , push over, shove , shove over, kick , tackle , send sb headlong, hinder , block , stick your leg out in front of
Antonyms:
give a helping hand, help up
Sense: Verb: step lightly
Synonyms:
skip , bounce , hop , dance , jump , frolic, spring , canter, leap , bound , swagger
Antonyms:
stand , stay put (informal), stay still, stand still
Sense: Verb: make a mistake - often followed by 'up, US
Synonyms:
make a mistake, make an error, slip up, mess up (informal), screw up (informal), err, blunder , flub, flounder , goof (US, informal), stumble , fumble
Sense: Verb: experience a drug high - often continuous, slang
Synonyms:
be high (informal), get high (informal), be off your head (slang), get off your head (slang), get off your face (slang), get stoned (slang), hallucinate, take drugs

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