A little ‘tip’ from class today...
The phrasal verb ‘tip over’ means to cause something to fall to one side:
She accidentally tipped the glass of milk over.
To ‘overtip’ is to give too much money as a tip in a restaurant:
I gave the waiter £20. I was confused with the currency. I think I overtipped him!
And that’s just the ‘tip of the iceberg’!
Do you know some other uses of this little word ‘tip’?