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trip

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of trip

  1. 1 a going from one place to another usually of some distance I'd like to book a trip to Greece with your travel agency Synonyms of trip expedition, passage, peregrination, travel(s), trek, journeyWords Related to trip commutation, commute, errand, excursion, flight, hop, jaunt, junket, outing, sally, sortie, tour; cruise, sail, voyage; drive, ride, spin; grand tour, odyssey, pilgrimage, progress, quest, safari; hike, slog, tramp, walk, walkabout

  2. 2 an unintentional departure from truth or accuracy even a small trip in the bomb-making calculations could lead to disaster Synonyms of trip blunder, bobble, boob [British], boo-boo, brick, clanger [British], clinker, fault, flub, fluff, fumble, gaff, gaffe, goof, inaccuracy, lapse, miscue, misstep, mistake, oversight, screwup, slip, slipup, stumble, errorWords Related to trip bloomer, blooper, boner, howler, pratfall; foul-up, snafu; misapprehension, miscalculation, miscomprehension, misconception, misconstruction, miscue, misdescription, misimpression, misinterpretation, misjudgment, misreading, misstatement, misunderstandingNear Antonyms of trip accuracy, correctness, exactitude, exactness, preciseness, precision, strictness; inerrancy, infallibility, perfection


trip

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of trip

  1. 1 to go at a pace faster than a walk went tripping up the steps of city hall in their eagerness to get married Synonyms of trip dash, gallop, jog, scamper, sprint, run, trotWords Related to trip bound, canter, leap, lope, shag, skip, spring; barrel, belt, blast, blaze, blow, bolt, bomb [slang], bowl, breeze, bustle, buzz, cannonball, careen, course, foot (it), hare, hasten, hie, hoof (it), hotfoot (it), hump, hurl, hurry, hurtle, hustle, jet, leg (it), pelt, race, ram, rip, rocket, rush, rustle, shoot, speed, tear, whirl, whisk, zip, zoom; nip, patter, scoot, scurry, scuttle, step (along)Near Antonyms of trip amble, saunter, shamble, shuffle, stroll; crawl, creep, dally, dawdle, dillydally, drag, lag, linger, loiter, poke, tarry; lumber, plod, trudge; hobble, limp

  2. 2 to go down from an upright position suddenly and involuntarily tripped over a chair and landed on her face Synonyms of trip slip, stumble, topple, fall, tumbleWords Related to trip collapse, crumple, drop, flump, keel, plop, plunk (or plonk), slump (over); crash, free-fall, nose-dive, plummet, plunge, precipitate, wipe out; skid, slideAntonyms of trip get up, rise, stand (up), uprise

  3. 3 to move with a light springing step dancers tripping lightly across the stage Synonyms of trip bounce, bound, hop, lollop, lope, skipWords Related to trip caper, frisk, gambol, romp; skim, skitter; jump, leap, vaultNear Antonyms of trip lumber, plod, trudge

  4. 4 to take a trip especially of some distance while he was growing up, the family tripped to New England every summer Synonyms of trip journey, peregrinate, pilgrimage, tour, trek, travel, voyageWords Related to trip gallivant (also galavant), hop, jaunt, knock (about), perambulate, ramble, roam, rove, traipse, wander; migrate, road-trip; bus, cab, coach, cruise, drive, fly, gig, jet, motor, navigate, ride, roll, sail, trundle; barnstorm

  5. 5 to make a mistake the press has had it in for the new governor, and they are just waiting for her to trip Synonyms of trip blunder, boob [British], flub, fluff, foul up, fumble, goof (up), louse up, mess (up), screw up, slip up, stumble, errWords Related to trip nod; bobble, botch, bungle, butcher, foozle, mangle, mishandle, muff, murder; miscalculate, misconceive, miscount, miscue, misdeem, misgauge, misjudge, mistake; misconstrue, misinterpret, misunderstand


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