What is the difference between Tiff and Tip?




What is the difference between Tiff and Tip? :


Tiff : (noun)

(
1 ) Slight quarrel between friends or acquaintance

Did you have a tiff with your girl-friend?



Tip : (noun)

(
1 ) Small sum of money given to a waiter, taxi-driver as a personal reward for their services

He left a tip under his plate.


(
2 ) Small but useful piece of practical advice

Here is a handy tip for removing stains from clothing.


(
3 ) Private or special piece of information

Take a tip from me and buy these shares now.


(
4 ) Place where rubbish may be tipped

Take the broken chair to the tip.


(
5 ) Dirty or untidy place

Your house is an absolute tip.


(
6 ) Pointed or this end of something

He was walking in the tips of her toes.

He was hanging by his finger tips from a window frame.


(
7 ) Small part or piece fitted to the end of something

This is a cane with a rubber tip.

These are shoes with metal tips.



Tip : (verb)

(
1 ) Give a small sum of money to waiter

He tipped the postman five rupees.


(
2 ) Give advice or an opinion about something / someone

He has been widely tipped as the President’s successor.


(
3 ) Touch or strike something slightly

The ball just tipped the edge of his racket.


(
4 ) Caused something to lean, rise or tilt on one side or at one end

Tip the box up and empty it.


(
5 ) Pour out by tilting

Tip the dirty water out of the bowl into the sink.











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