down trip

down trip

n. any bad experience. (see also downer.) My vacation was a down trip.
See also: down, trip
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Opposing captain Misbah, who has enjoyed an up and down trip as skipper across the three formats, said: "I think we are going to do well in the next two games.
There is a well-known fell race held each year that makes the up and down trip more quickly than the train so the obvious thing would have been to ask the local fell racing club, Eryri Harriers, to carry the torch.
RNP paths can be specifically to lessen airport congestion, cut down trip distance, decrease flight time, and offer flight trajectories lowering aircraft noise.
In August, Charley will be revisiting his Long Way Down trip by inviting adventure-mad motorcyclists to join him on a 5,000 kilometre, 16-day road trip from South Africa toVictoriaFalls throughopen plains, dense bush land, rainforest and barren desert.
The biggest growth, of almost 32 per cent, was in the adventure sport sector, led by the BMW R1200 GS - similar to the bikes used by Ewan McGregor and Charlie Boorman in their Long Way Down trip through Africa.
It's hard to lay down trip Jacks but he had put me on a strong hand when I called his re-raise as I had been playing a tight game.
And during the World Cup he was furious that the team broke off before the semi-final for a let-your-hair down trip to Sun City, South Africa's equivalent of Las Vegas.
Craig had to turn down trips to the 2001 Uefa Cup final in Dortmund and the three recent cup semi-finals against Chelsea because he was too ill.
I get anxious and have turned down trips abroad because of my worries.
The club maestro, who turned down trips to Japan and Fiji to play through the bells with Radio 1's Dance Party in Glasgow's George Square, got in training for Scotland with a wintry gig in Canada: