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tip-off /ˈtɪpˌɑːf/  

  • noun
    plural -offs
    [count] a warning that something (such as a crime) is going to happen
    The police received a tip-off about the robbery from an informer. - see also tip off at 6tip
    a clear sign or indication of something
    The worried expression on his face was a tip-off that something had gone wrong. - compare 2tip-off
    plural -offs
    [count] basketball :the start of a game when the ball is thrown in the air and a player from each team jumps up and tries to get the ball
    We arrived at the arena just a few minutes before tip-off. - compare 1tip-off - see also tip off at 4tip