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Synonyms for tip

end

cap

reward

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hint

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tip over

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tip someone off

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tip something over

Synonyms for tip

to depart or cause to depart from true vertical or horizontal

deviation from a particular direction

a material favor or gift, usually money, given in return for service

an item of advance or inside information given as a guide to action

to give incriminating information about others, especially to the authorities

Synonyms for tip

the extreme end of something

a relatively small amount of money given for services rendered (as by a waiter)

an indication of potential opportunity

the top or extreme point of something (usually a mountain or hill)

cause to tilt

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mark with a tip

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give a tip or gratuity to in return for a service, beyond the compensation agreed on

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cause to topple or tumble by pushing

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walk on one's toes

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strike lightly

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give insider information or advise to

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remove the tip from

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I believe the next 10 days are critical, it's clear now that every voter in Scotland can tip the balance in this referendum, it's that close.
Supreme Court who could tip the balance of the court toward overturning existing abortion rights as a reason for women to be concerned.
The goal, therefore, is to find therapies that tip the balance toward regeneration in the human heart.
He presents, among other things, a startlingly frank chief of staff, Andrew Card, openly fretting that Hughes's departure will tip the balance of power to the more conservative Karl Rove, and a Karen Hughes strong, spiritual, and just wanting to go home.
But the point at which exercise can tip the balance from good for you to bad may be far closer to what you would consider moderate training than you might think.
Analysts said the acquisition will not tip the balance in Danone's favors though it will enhance its U.
What may tip the balance in favor of 42-volt electrical systems is drive-by-wire technology.
And just maybe, you'll dip into these pages on a quiet afternoon and learn more about the small, out-of-the-way places that can tip the balance on our planet Earth.
It is self preservation of workers that could tip the balance at the General Election.
What Nader can do is tip the balance in "battleground" states, like Ohio and Wisconsin and the big enchilada of California, to George W.
Doubtless, some will argue that it is also helping to tip the balance from public space to semi-public areas into which people are allowed only with owners' permission.
SMEs should look at IP as a means to tip the balance in their favour, allowing communications to work for them, not against them," said Gustaf Karling, Managing Director for DGC Communications.
It's our way of helping to tip the balance in favour of short term survival leading to long term success.
There has been little to separate the pair over the past few seasons but United's defensive deficiences tip the balance in favour of the home side.
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar takes his place in the Schalke squad after overcoming a minor injury and his link up with classy Spanish forward Raul could tip the balance against Hertha, whose loose defending has been reflected by their failure to keep a clean sheet in the last five matches.