Synonyms of tip in English

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noun

1‘the tip of the spear’

SYNONYMS

point, end, extremity, head, sharp end, spike, prong, tine, nib

2‘the tips of the Glencoe mountains’

SYNONYMS

peak, point, top, summit, apex, crown, crest, pinnacle, heights, brow, cap

spire

vertex, acme, zenith, apogee

3‘the sticks have tips fitted to protect them’

SYNONYMS

cap, cover, ferrule


verb

1‘mountains tipped with snow’

SYNONYMS

cap, top, crown, surmount, finish


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verb

1‘the hay caught fire when the candle tipped over’

SYNONYMS

overturn, turn over, overbalance

keel over, turn topsy-turvy, capsize, turn turtle

pitchpole

ANTONYMS

right itself

2‘a whale could tip over a small boat’

SYNONYMS

upset, overturn, topple over, turn over, throw over, knock over, push over, knock down, upend, invert, capsize, turn topsy-turvy

informal roll

Scottish Northern Irish cowp

archaic overset

ANTONYMS

level, right

3‘I tipped my seat back’

SYNONYMS

lean, tilt, list, slope, camber, bank, slant, incline, pitch, dip, cant, bevel, angle, cock, heel, careen, bend, be at an angle

ANTONYMS

level, right, be level, become level, be upright, become upright

4‘she tipped the contents of the bucket into the trough’

SYNONYMS

pour, empty, drain, unload, dump, discharge, jettison, offload, drop, decant

informal slosh, slop


noun

1‘you will have to take your own rubbish to the tip’

See dump

Synonyms of tip in English

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noun

1‘he left the waiter a generous tip’

SYNONYMS

gratuity, baksheesh, bonus, little extra, bit extra, present, gift, reward, inducement

pourboire

South African bonsella

West Indian smalls

informal sweetener

British informal dropsy

2‘lots of useful tips to help you make the right choice’

SYNONYMS

hint, suggestion, piece of advice, word, word of advice, pointer, cue, clue, guideline, recommendation, maxim

warning, word of warning

tip-off, forecast

advice, counsel, guidance, inside information

British nap

informal how-to, wrinkle


verb

1‘it was customary to tip taxi drivers’

SYNONYMS

give a tip to, reward, remunerate

informal sweeten

2‘she is being tipped as an Oscar nominee’

SYNONYMS

predict, back, recommend, think of, expect

nap


Synonyms of tip in English

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verb

1‘sometimes the other player will fool you by just tipping a weak shot over your head’

SYNONYMS

hit lightly, strike lightly, touch, tap, flick, flip, lob, kiss, brush, pat, nudge


Phrases

    tip someone off

      ‘the fact that they were so calm should have tipped him off that something was wrong’

      SYNONYMS

      warn, alert, apprise, give notice, inform, notify, tell, let someone know, make someone aware, give a warning to, give fair warning to, forewarn, put someone on guard, put someone on notice, remind

      raise the alarm, sound the alarm

      put wise

      tip