To trip on somebody?

Hi, how often do you hear or use the expression/idiom ‘to trip on someone’? Many thanks, Torsten[YSaerTTEW443543]

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I have never heard anyone say it here in the United States. Maybe it’s a regional thing?

There is a Michael Jackson song - Why You Wanna Trip On Me.

Could it mean make fun of or explore someone?

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Abdulrahman ( shorten it as Abdo )

Hi Dear Torsten,
I don’t know exactly, but I’ve found this definition:
lay a guilt trip on somebody American English (informal): to make someone feel bad about something:
I wish my parents would stop laying a guilt trip on me for not going to college.
Hope this helps,

Dear Morteza, thank very much for this. Which dictionary did you find the entry in?[YSaerTTEW443543]

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LONGMAN Dictionary of Contemporary English