Synonyms of trip in English:

trip


See definition of trip

verb

1‘Owen tripped on the loose stones’

SYNONYMS
stumble, lose one's footing, catch one's foot, slip, lose one's balance, stagger, totter, slide
fall, fall down, tumble, topple, take a spill
dated measure one's length

2‘taxpayers often trip up by not declaring taxable income’

SYNONYMS
make a mistake, miscalculate, make a blunder, blunder, go wrong, get something wrong, make an error, err
informal slip up, screw up, make a boo-boo
British informal boob, drop a clanger
North American informal goof up

3‘the question was intended to trip up the prime minister’

SYNONYMS
catch out, trap, trick, outwit, outsmart
put someone off their stride, throw off balance, disconcert, unsettle, discountenance, discomfit
informal throw, wrong-foot
British informal catch on the hop

4‘they tripped up the terrace steps’

SYNONYMS
run lightly, skip, dance, prance, waltz, bound, spring, hop, gambol, caper, frisk, scamper
ANTONYMS

trudge

5‘Hoffman tripped the alarm’

SYNONYMS
set off, activate, trigger
turn on, switch on, flip, throw

6‘when tripping through the Yukon, take time to explore our museums’

SYNONYMS
travel, take a trip, go on a excursion, go on a journey, go on a trip, journey, tour, trek, hike, cruise
rare peregrinate

noun

1‘a four-day trip to Paris’

SYNONYMS
excursion, outing, jaunt
holiday, visit, tour, journey, expedition, voyage, transfer
drive, run, day out
pilgrimage
British minibreak
informal junket, spin, hop
Scottish informal hurl
rare peregrination

2‘trips and falls cause nearly half of all such accidents’

SYNONYMS
stumble, slip, misstep, false step
fall, tumble, spill

3‘an occasional trip in the performance’

SYNONYMS
mistake, error, blunder, gaffe, slip, slip of the pen, slip of the tongue, lapse, oversight, indiscretion
faux pas
lapsus linguae, lapsus calami
informal slip-up, boo-boo, boner, howler, fail
British informal boob, clanger
North American informal goof, blooper, bloop