trip out

  1. (adverb) (of an electrical circuit) to disconnect or be disconnected or (of a machine) to stop or be stopped by means of a trip switch or trip button

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How to use trip out in a sentence

  • The fact is that I am beginning to tire a little of shore life, and I think a trip out to sea would do us all good.

    With Airship and Submarine | Harry Collingwood
  • We could not make the trip out and back in one day, and we did not have money to pay hotel bills.

  • He quickly skipped through the opening part that covered the sailing preparations and trip out.

    Deathworld | Harry Harrison
  • I have a little auto of my own, and I will enjoy the trip out, even if nothing comes of it.