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Be careful that vase doesn't tip.
The cart came around the corner too fast and tipped onto its side.
He tipped the table on top of them and ran out of the restaurant.
Don't forget to tip the driver.
I usually tip 15%.
The dog tipped her head to one side.
He tipped his chair back and looked at me.
He is tipped to take over from the current chairman.
He tipped the juice into our glasses.
She tipped the sand out of her pail.
Her youth and competitiveness tipped the balance in her favor.
I tip my hat to you, John. You've done a great job under very difficult circumstances.
Losing the business was what finally tipped him over the edge.
This is the American English definition of tip. View British English definition of tip.
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