n.) The point or extremity of anything; a pointed or somewhat sharply rounded end; the end;
v. t.) To strike slightly; to tap.
n.) A gift; money given in return for a service;
Thanks for the tip.
It’s on the tip of my tongue.
He left the waitress a large tip.
Did you remember to tip the waiter?
The waitress received a handsome tip.
Is it customary to tip waiters in your country?
We didn’t leave a tip for the waiter.
It’s the tip of the iceberg.
There’s paint on the tip of your nose.
We took a bus to the northern tip of the island.
I tipped the taxi driver 50 pence.
He tipped the table over in front of him.
She relies on tips to top up her wages.
The waiters get good tips over and above their wages.
He could feel his fingers growing numb at their tips.
The sun was glancing off the icy tips of gleaming rock.
The leaves are bright green and taper to a point at the tip.
The goalkeeper just managed to tip the ball over the crossbar.
His name was on the tip of my tongue, but I couldn’t remember it.
She kissed her forehead, tasting the saltiness of her skin with the tip of her tongue.
Rain collecting at the tip of the rock has formed huge icicles.
Tip the dirty water out of the bowl and into the sink.
Some protesters said they think the case of the 10-year-old is the tip of the iceberg.
Eric fell asleep, his head gently tipping to one side.