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a good trip

1. An enjoyable vacation or visit to some place. A: "Did you guys have a good trip?" B: "Oh yes. It was so relaxing!"
2. slang An enjoyable drug-induced state, often one caused by LSD. I didn't have a good trip last time—that's why I swore off the stuff.
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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

good trip

1. n. a good session with LSD or some other drug. (Drugs.) Paul said he had a good trip, but he looks like the devil.
2. n. any good time. Compared to the last class, this one is a good trip.
See also: good, trip
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Sapphire has had a few good trips taking cod and ling into double figures, Gary Peel and a Mr Hancock taking ling of 13lb, Michael Newton a cod of 10lb, Wayne Smith a ling of 10lb.
RYDER'S VERDICT Newcastle fans have enjoyed some good trips to Crystal Palace in recent years.
I also enjoyed plenty of good trips up to Tyneside as a manager at Everton.
Sapphire has had some good trips. The best was taken by a party of nine who took more than 90 cod from 3-12lb, the best John Simpson (12lb 2oz) and Tommy Simson (10lb), and 10 ling, best Stuart Stokoe (13lb).
At least that will be five people in the audience on one night!" As for the show itself, good trips and bad trips aside, can he shed any more light on what to expect?
Sunderland-based boat Sapphire had three good trips. Seven anglers on the first took cod and ling to 10lb, anything under 4lb being returned.
One was victorious and one was a defeat and, if you add in the semi-final win over Everton, there were three good trips to Wembley for the supporters.
Sarah JFK, fishing out of the Tyne, had two good trips, taking up to 80 fish with cod to 12lb and Pollock to 8lb on one, plus a catfish of 7lb for Paul Longstaff.
Unity out of Seahouses had two good trips taking 150 fish on one and 112 on another.
JFK had five good trips, averaging 120-130 fish, mostly cod in the 6lb-81b range.
Alan Skinner's JFK has also had two good trips out of the Tyne, and just days before the RNLI event anglers took 70 fish to 10lb.
Those not so lucky come to the bridge, hoping to find a good day's picking or better, a good trip, with lots of 10-hour workdays and a piece rate that averages $7 an hour.