trip out

trip out
Australian Slang
1. experience the effects of LSD or other drugs;
2. have an exhilarating or totally amazing experience similar to that of an LSD trip

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  • trip out — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms trip out : present tense I/you/we/they trip out he/she/it trips out present participle tripping out past tense tripped out past participle tripped out American very informal 1) same as trip II, 4) 2) to… …   English dictionary

  • trip out — verb a) To hallucinate as a result of drugs. They started to trip out after 5 minutes of eating the mushrooms. b) To have as an image in ones mind …   Wiktionary

  • trip out — verb get high, stoned, or drugged He trips every weekend • Syn: ↑trip, ↑turn on, ↑get off • Derivationally related forms: ↑trip (for: ↑trip) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Trip out — 1. experience the effects of LSD or other drugs; 2. have an exhilarating or totally amazing experience similar to that of an LSD trip …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • trip — I UK [trɪp] / US noun Word forms trip : singular trip plural trips *** Other words meaning trip: journey a trip from one place to another, often one that is long or difficult: Did you have a tiring journey? voyage a long trip, either by sea or in …   English dictionary

  • trip — trip1 [ trıp ] noun *** 1. ) count an occasion when you go somewhere and come back again: a fishing/camping/sightseeing trip trip to: a trip to Brazil a bus/train/boat trip: The boat trip down the Amazon was great. a business/fishing/shopping… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • trip — trip1 W2S2 [trıp] n 1.) a visit to a place that involves a journey, for pleasure or a particular purpose trip to ▪ Did you enjoy your trip to Disneyland? trip from ▪ The Palace is only a short trip from here. business/school/shopping etc trip ▪ a …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • trip — /trɪp / (say trip) noun 1. a journey or voyage. 2. a journey, voyage, or run made by a boat, train, or the like, between two points. 3. a journey made for pleasure; excursion. 4. Colloquial a quantity of LSD prepared in some form for sale. 5.… …  

  • trip — 1 /trIp/ noun 1 (C) a journey to a place and back again: Did you have a good trip? | make a trip: I couldn t carry everything at once, so I had to make several trips. | go on/take a trip: We re thinking of taking a trip to the mountains. |… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • trip — I. n 1a. an experience of a psychedelic drug such as LSD. A typical LSD trip would last around 6 8 hours, during which time the user would undergo profound sensory and psychological changes. The image evoked is that of an inward journey . ► Leary …   Contemporary slang

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