|tip the scales at
||cause the scale to go up, weigh in at
||Elmer tips the scales at 135 kilos. He's a heavyweight.
|tip your hand
||reveal your plan, show your strategy
||Don't tip your hand in a game of chess. Surprise the opponent.
||a little bit drunk, slightly drunk, buzzed
||After her third glass of sherry, Mona was a little tipsy.
||bored, not interested
||I'm tired of that song. I hear it every morning.
||tired, weary, dog tired
||When our visitors left, I was tired out. I slept for hours.
|tit for tat
||equal response, an eye for an eye
||Gerry hit Ross. Then Ross hit Gerry, and it was tit for tat.
||(See just a titch)
|tits and ass (T & A) [B]
||sexual stimuli for men, cheesecake
||The men's parties have a lot of T & A - dancing girls.
|tits in a wringer
||(See get your tits in a wringer)
|tits up [B]
||dead, not operating, kaput
||The tractor's tits up again - the clutch is broken.