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Verb
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tips, plural;
  1. Give (someone) a sum of money as a way of rewarding them for their services
    • - I tipped her five dollars
    • - that sort of person never tips
  2. Predict as likely to win or achieve something
    • - she was widely tipped to get the job
Noun
  1. A sum of money given to someone as a reward for their services

  2. A small but useful piece of practical advice

  3. A very reliable prediction or piece of inside information
    • - are those tips you're getting legal?

  1. the extreme end of something; especially something pointed
  2. cause to tilt; "tip the screen upward"
  3. gratuity: a relatively small amount of money given for services rendered (as by a waiter)
  4. mark with a tip; "tip the arrow with the small stone"
  5. an indication of potential opportunity; "he got a tip on the stock market"; "a good lead for a job"
  6. give a tip or gratuity to in return for a service, beyond the compensation agreed on; "Remember to tip the waiter"; "fee the steward"
  7. Tip is the second album by Finger Eleven, following their name change. The band was dropped from their record label in 1997, six weeks after the album was released in Canada. They were picked up by Wind-up and the album was re-released on September 15, 1998, to the U.S. and Canada.
  8. "Tip" a single by musical act Finger Eleven. It is the second song of the album, the lead single and the last video to feature Rob Gommerman.
  9. The term tipster refers to someone who on a regular basis provides information (tips) on likely winners in sporting events. ...
  10. A tip (also called a gratuity) is a voluntary extra payment made to certain service sector workers in addition to the advertised price of the transaction. Such payments and their size are a matter of social custom. Tipping varies among cultures and by service industry. ...
  11. Princess Ozma (b. August 21, year unknown) is a fictional character in the Land of Oz universe created by L. Frank Baum. She appears in every book of the series except the first, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900).
  12. tip is a unix utility for establishing a terminal connection to a remote system via a modem. It is commonly associated with Sun's Solaris as it comes with that operating system.
  13. (tipped) A taste taint giving the coffee brew a cereal-like taste. Result of heat being applied too quickly in the roasting process, charring the tip of the bean.
  14. (Tipped) Leather that has had a coloring, glaze or other finish applied to the uppermost surface of its grain, affecting only the "peak" but not the "valleys". This can create an interesting dual-tone or high-low effect, enhancing the natural grain.
  15. (Tipped) The segment tips, or more frequently just the petal tips, are a different or contrasting color from the body of the segment (sometimes for as much as one third of the length).
  16. (Tipped) fly that is baited with worm, Power Bait, etc.
  17. (Tips) Picks. The selections and predictions of competitors performance for an event from an expert or observer.
  18. (Tips) The selections chosen by an expert to bet on (also known as "picks").
  19. (Tips) the uppermost leaves on a tobacco plant.
  20. (TIPS (Treasury Inflation Protected Securities)) U.S. Treasury bonds whose coupon and principal payments are linked to the Consumer Price Index.
  21. (Tips) Here’s a tip on receiving tips: If you earn more than $20 a month in tips, you must report the amount to your employer. To keep track of your tips keep a daily “tips-earned log” where you write down the exact amount of tips you earn each day. ...
  22. (TIPS (transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt)) A life-saving procedure to improve blood flow and prevent hemorrhage in patients with severe liver dysfunction.
  23. (TIPS) A minimally invasive procedure that helps correct blood flow problems in the liver, which is a common outcome of liver disease. Using x-ray images and x-ray dye (also called contrast), the interventional radiologist makes a tunnel in the liver through which the blocked blood can flow. ...
  24. (TIPS) Bar staff seldom get more than the National minimum wage for their duties, and rely on tips from customers for an income supplement. In many bars there is a maximum tip ceiling to stop bar staff exploiting naïve customers leaving them large amounts of money. ...
  25. (TIPS) In addition to money you leave your waiter, or a secret message about which horse to bet on, TIPS also refer to Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities. They come in five year, ten year and twenty year maturities. ...