tip with (something)

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tip with (something)

To leave something as a gratuity (to someone). A noun or pronoun can be used between "tip" and "with" to specify who is receiving the gratuity. I once had a customer tip me with a coupon for a free session at his self-help seminar. I tipped with a $20 bill. Is that enough?
See also: tip

tip someone with something

to pay a tip of a certain amount to someone. I tipped the headwaiter with a twenty or we would still be waiting. How much did you tip the waitress with?
See also: tip