Definition of 'tipoff'
Translations for 'tipoff'
British English: tip-off NOUN
A tip-off is a piece of information or a warning that you give to someone, often privately or secretly.
The man was arrested at his home after a tip-off to police from a member of the public.
Definition of tipoff from the Collins English Dictionary
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