[ uh-trip ]
/ əˈtrɪp /
(of a sail) in position and ready for trimming.
(of a yard) hoisted and ready to be fastened in position.
(of an upper mast) unfastened and ready for lowering.
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British Dictionary definitions for atrip
/ (əˈtrɪp) /
(postpositive) nautical (of an anchor) no longer caught on the bottom; tripped; aweigh
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