"A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step."
air trip - air travel boat trip - a trip by boat business trip - travelling on company business circular trip - round trip day trip - taking a trip during the day without an overnight stop educational trip - educational journey holiday trip - vacation trip one-way trip - any trip that is not a round trip round trip - a trip from one place to another and back, usually over the same route trip abroad - journey abroad trip costs - travel costs, travel expenses long-distance trip - a trip far away round-trip ticket - return-ticket trip cancellation insurance - insurance which provides a refund if you have to cancel your trip after completing payment an ego trip - something that you do in order to make yourself feel important trip down memory lane - to remember some of the happy things that you did in the past trip the light fantastic (with somebody) - to dance send somebody on a guilt trip - to make someone feel very guilty a guilt trip - a strong feeling of guilt trip off the tongue - if a word or phrase trips off the tongue, it is very easy to say trip someone up - to cause someone to make a mistake
Now we put new vocabulary into context, so you can see how you might use these terms yourself. The expressions are in boldface in the text.
I'm on a guilt trip about not visiting my parents often enough. I'm going to London next week on a business trip, so I need you to make all the arrangements for me. Ensure that you are well rested before making a long distance trip. Trip Cancellation Insurance protects you from incurring extra expenses should you need to cancel, change or interrupt a trip for reasons beyond your control. Running the university Film Society is a big ego trip for her. It might be better to book a round trip ticket since the cost of booking a round trip ticket is usually less than two one-way tickets.