tip off

  1. give insider information or advise to
    He tipped off the police about the terrorist plot
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  • Initially, I thought this was some sort of horrific animal cruelty ring - like dog fighting, but a bit wussier - and was about to tip off the RSPCA. Dater Archives
  • A huge tip off is if it's night time and he's wearing shades.
  • A NEW hotline that allows punters to tip off watchdogs about suspected betting scams is to be launched today. The Sun
  • When this new growth reaches a height of 3 to 4 feet, clip the tip off, this will force it to start putting on lateral branches.
  • The tip off was relayed to local Gardai in Boyle and they searched an area last week.
  • Not providing the info is also a tip off that you have something to hide. Avoid Tipping Your Hand In Salary Negotiations | Lifehacker Australia
  • Australia play rivals New Zealand while the Americans, two-times defending gold medallists, tip off against Greece.
  • A notch on the downstroke of the right precordial QRS complex is sometimes the tip off. Archive 2007-11-01
  • Then he pounds a stake in the ground as close to the main stem as possible, and clips the tip off the single stem that is left.
  • Acting on a tip off, the police arrested the drug smugglers.
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