blaen, tip, flaen, blaenau, cildwrn, cil-dwrn, cil-dyrnau, childwrn, chil-dwrn, chil-dyrnau, dip, flaenau, gildwrn, gil-dwrn, gil-dyrnau, nghildwrn, nghil-dwrn, nghil-dyrnau, mhigyn, mlaen, mlaenau, nhip, pigau, pigyn, phigyn, bigyn, thipdiwel, ddiwel, fhoelyd, foelyd, mhoelyd, moelyd, niwel, ymhoelyd
Noun(1) the extreme end of something; especially something pointed(2) a relatively small amount of money given for services rendered (as by a waiter(3) an indication of potential opportunity(4) a V shape(5) the top or extreme point of something (usually a mountain or hill
Verb(1) cause to tilt(2) mark with a tip(3) give a tip or gratuity to in return for a service, beyond the compensation agreed on(4) cause to topple or tumble by pushing(5) to incline or bend from a vertical position(6) walk on one's toes(7) strike lightly(8) give insider information or advise to(9) remove the tip from
(1) I took it and grabbed my wallet, placing the money with a tip at the plate.(2) Yogi Berra, another Yankee, gave him the most trouble until he got a tip from California pitching coach Marv Grissom.(3) He smiled wistfully and we got up leaving money and a tip on the table.(4) Because all of them are poor, they tip her with fake money.(5) the rubber tip of the walking stick(6) French restaurants often add up to 15%, but the waiters will still expect a tip if service has been good.(7) Sarah handed the boy the money and a generous tip .(8) The rubber tip of her bottle hung from her lips, clenched securely between her young baby teeth.(9) A tip for left-handed batters: Your first pitch is going to be a high fastball running away.(10) Press the tip of your index finger in the middle of the tie, just below the knot.(11) For example, when there's someone at a UK supermarket checkout to pack your groceries for you, it's all part of the service: no tip is expected.(12) The room has a great light fixture, by Artemide, and truly original artwork in the cast of a broken piano that artist Leesa French found in a rubbish tip .(13) he never leaves a tip(14) The new bins will mean even more rubbish going to the tip - the items for recycling are initially collected at the site before being taken away to recycling plants.(15) The River Niger flows through the country in the extreme south-west, and the northern tip of Lake Chad lies in the extreme south-east.(16) However, if you happen to be out with me, just don't expect me to cough up for a tip if the service has been average or lousy.
(1) tip over :: droi drosodd
(2) tip-off :: tip-off
(3) felt-tip pen :: pin ffelt tip
(4) southern tip :: ben deheuol
(5) rubbish tip :: sbwriel domen
(6) hot tip :: tip poeth
(7) felt-tip :: yn teimlo-tip
1. point ::
2. gratuity ::
3. piece of advice ::
darn o gyngor
4. backsheesh ::
5. peak ::
6. crest ::
7. wind ::
8. overturn ::
9. upset ::
10. lean ::
heb lawer o fraster
12. tumble ::
13. tap ::
14. tilt ::
15. tiptoe ::
flaenau eich traed
16. bung ::
Word Example from TV Shows
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so you could TIP it.
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 14
The KGB modified
the TIP of an umbrella
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 1
I got, like, the biggest TIP of my life.
The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 24
We TIP the lifting people.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 6
This is just the TIP
of Shogun World's prick.
Westworld Season 2, Episode 5
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