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trip

1. n. a prison sentence; a trip up the river. (Underworld.) Yeah, me and Lefty both was on a little trip for a few years.
2. n. a high from a drug. (Drugs.) Me and Sid went on a little trip.
3. in. to experience a high from a drug, especially LSD. Don’t bother Bart. He’s tripping.
4. n. a bad drug experience. (Drugs.) Boy, did I ever have a trip with that stuff!
5. n. an annoying person or thing. She is such a trip.
6. in. to leave. Time to trip. See ya.
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Outbound trips during the school mid-term break this year have gone up compared to the last year by 12% while their expenditure has risen by 40%.
During the same period, a more mixed picture was observed for the number of holiday trips made by residents.
According to an IRI analysis of purchase behavior during more than 6 million shopping trips over a 52-week period, consumer "trip missions" fall into four basic categories:
Girls seemed to be slightly nervous as opposed to worried about their first camping trip.
It is quite evident that first hand experiences provided from field trips improve students' achievement in any domain of science.
Asked why this Pope travelled so much, Bishop Marini stated that the Mass was at the heart of every trip made--"otherwise its civil aspect would predominate.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta recommends that travelers postpone nonessential trips to China, Hong Kong, Singapore and Hanoi, Vietnam.
The whitewater trip down the Middle Fork is suited for family trips or business outings.
In this context welcomes the statement by Commissioner Lamy that the Commission supports the right of developing countries to use the safeguards in the WTO/TRIPS Agreement, including compulsory licensing, and the commitment by the Commission to launch a debate in the WTO on reconciling the TRIPS Agreement with objectives regarding health protection in developing countries;
There were three important factors to be considered: (1) Personnel: An individual would have to commit to organizing and scheduling resident trips, family/significant other transportation and outpatient transportation.
While accidents or medical emergencies can sometimes happen in spite of all best efforts, you can reduce the risk by taking several steps in advance of your trip.
She hand-picked outfitters and approved new routes, eventually shepherding and many as 43 trips in a single year, and was a fixture on the trail each summer.
And if occasionally other publications sent me off on trips that had a whiff of junket about them, I simply didn't inquire too closely.
These are camping tours, which means that travelers' nights are either on the bus or on the ground, and a number of tours include multi-day river trips or hikes, like the four-day trek included in the Alaskan tour.