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chip 1

(chĭp)
n.
1. A small broken or cut off piece, as of wood, stone, or glass.
2. A crack or flaw caused by the removal of a small piece.
3.
a. A small disk or counter used in poker and other games to represent money.
b. chips Slang Money.
4. See microchip.
5.
a. A thin, usually fried slice of food, especially a potato chip: ate chips with her sandwich.
b. A very small piece of food or candy: made cookies with chocolate chips.
c. chips Chiefly British French fries.
6. Wood, palm leaves, straw, or similar material cut and dried for weaving.
7. A fragment of dried animal dung used as fuel.
8. Something worthless.
9. Sports A chip shot.
v. chipped, chip·ping, chips
v. tr.
1. To chop or cut with an axe or other implement.
2.
a. To break a small piece from: chip a tooth.
b. To break or cut off (a small piece): chip ice from the window.
3. To shape or carve by cutting or chopping: chipped her name in the stone.
4. To implant a microchip in (an organism).
v. intr.
1. To become broken off into small pieces.
2. Sports To make a chip shot in golf.
Phrasal Verbs:
chip away
To reduce or make progress on something incrementally: We chipped away until the problem was solved.
chip in
1. To contribute money or labor: We all chipped in for beer.
2. To interrupt with comments; interject.
3. To put up chips or money as one's bet in poker and other games.
Idioms:
chip off the old block
A child whose appearance or character closely resembles that of one or the other parent.
chip on (one's) shoulder
A habitually hostile or combative attitude, especially in response to perceived slights.
when the chips are down
At a critical or difficult time.

[Middle English, from Old English cyp, beam, from Latin cippus.]

chip 2

 (chĭp)
intr.v. chipped, chip·ping, chips
To cheep, as a bird.

[Imitative.]

chip n.

chip 3

 (chĭp)
n. Sports
A trick method of throwing one's opponent in wrestling.

[Origin unknown.]

chip

(tʃɪp)
n
1. a small piece removed by chopping, cutting, or breaking
2. a mark left after a small piece has been chopped, cut, or broken off something
3. (Games, other than specified) (in some games) a counter used to represent money
4. (Cookery) Brit a thin strip of potato fried in deep fat
5. (Cookery) US and Canadian a very thin slice of potato fried and eaten cold as a snack. Also called (in Britain and certain other countries): crisp
6. (Cookery) a small piece or thin slice of food
7. (General Sporting Terms) sport a shot, kick, etc, lofted into the air, esp over an obstacle or an opposing player's head, and travelling only a short distance
8. (Electronics) electronics a tiny wafer of semiconductor material, such as silicon, processed to form a type of integrated circuit or component such as a transistor
9. (Crafts) a thin strip of wood or straw used for making woven hats, baskets, etc
10. (Agriculture) NZ a container for soft fruit, made of thin sheets of wood; punnet
11. cheap as chips informal Brit inexpensive; good value
12. chip off the old block informal a person who resembles one of his or her parents in behaviour
13. have a chip on one's shoulder informal to be aggressively sensitive about a particular thing or bear a grudge
14. have had one's chips informal Brit to be defeated, condemned to die, killed, etc
15. when the chips are down informal at a time of crisis or testing
vb, chips, chipping or chipped
16. to break small pieces from or become broken off in small pieces: will the paint chip?.
17. (tr) to break or cut into small pieces: to chip ice.
18. (tr) to shape by chipping
19. (General Sporting Terms) sport to strike or kick (a ball) in a high arc
[Old English cipp (n), cippian (vb), of obscure origin]
ˈchipper n

chip1

(tʃɪp)

n., v. chipped, chip•ping. n.
1. a small, slender piece, as of wood, separated by chopping, cutting, or breaking.
2. a very thin slice or small piece of food, candy, etc.: chocolate chips.
3. a mark or flaw made by the breaking off or gouging out of a small piece: This glass has a chip.
4. any of the small round disks, used as tokens for money in roulette, poker, and some other gambling games; counter.
5. Also called microchip. a tiny slice of semiconducting material on which a transistor or an integrated circuit is formed.
6. anything trivial or worthless.
7. a piece of dried dung: buffalo chips.
9. Tennis. a softly sliced return shot with heavy backspin.
10. chips, Chiefly Brit. French fries.
v.t.
11. to hew or cut with an ax, chisel, etc.
12. to break off or gouge out (a bit or fragment): to chip a piece of ice from a large block.
13. to cut or break a bit or fragment from: to chip a tooth.
14. to shape or produce by cutting or flaking away pieces: to chip a figure out of wood.
15. Tennis. to slice (a ball) on a return shot, producing backspin.
v.i.
16. to break off in small pieces.
17. to make a chip shot.
18. chip in,
a. to give as one's share; contribute: We each chipped in five dollars.
b. to share a cost or burden by giving money or aid: to chip in on a birthday cake.
Idioms:
1. chip off the old block, a person who strongly resembles one parent in appearance or behavior.
2. chip on one's shoulder, an antagonistic or quarrelsome disposition.
[1300–50; (n.) Middle English; compare Old English cipp plowshare, beam (v.) late Middle English chippen; compare Old English -cippian in forcippian to cut off; akin to Middle Low German, Middle Dutch kippen to chip, hatch]
chip′pa•ble, adj.

chip2

(tʃɪp)

v. chipped, chip•ping,
n. v.i.
1. to chirp or squeak; cheep.
n.
2. a chirp or squeak; cheep.
[1880–85; variant of cheep]

chip

(chĭp)

chip


Past participle: chipped
Gerund: chipping

Imperative
chip
chip
Present
I chip
you chip
he/she/it chips
we chip
you chip
they chip
Preterite
I chipped
you chipped
he/she/it chipped
we chipped
you chipped
they chipped
Present Continuous
I am chipping
you are chipping
he/she/it is chipping
we are chipping
you are chipping
they are chipping
Present Perfect
I have chipped
you have chipped
he/she/it has chipped
we have chipped
you have chipped
they have chipped
Past Continuous
I was chipping
you were chipping
he/she/it was chipping
we were chipping
you were chipping
they were chipping
Past Perfect
I had chipped
you had chipped
he/she/it had chipped
we had chipped
you had chipped
they had chipped
Future
I will chip
you will chip
he/she/it will chip
we will chip
you will chip
they will chip
Future Perfect
I will have chipped
you will have chipped
he/she/it will have chipped
we will have chipped
you will have chipped
they will have chipped
Future Continuous
I will be chipping
you will be chipping
he/she/it will be chipping
we will be chipping
you will be chipping
they will be chipping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been chipping
you have been chipping
he/she/it has been chipping
we have been chipping
you have been chipping
they have been chipping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been chipping
you will have been chipping
he/she/it will have been chipping
we will have been chipping
you will have been chipping
they will have been chipping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been chipping
you had been chipping
he/she/it had been chipping
we had been chipping
you had been chipping
they had been chipping
Conditional
I would chip
you would chip
he/she/it would chip
we would chip
you would chip
they would chip
Past Conditional
I would have chipped
you would have chipped
he/she/it would have chipped
we would have chipped
you would have chipped
they would have chipped

chip


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1. A tiny bit of silicon on which electronic circuits are printed.
2. Short, lofted approach shot.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.chip - a small fragment of something broken off from the wholechip - a small fragment of something broken off from the whole; "a bit of rock caught him in the eye"
fragment - a piece broken off or cut off of something else; "a fragment of rock"
matchwood - fragments of wood; "it was smashed into matchwood"
exfoliation, scurf, scale - a thin flake of dead epidermis shed from the surface of the skin
scurf - (botany) a covering that resembles scales or bran that covers some plant parts
sliver, splinter - a small thin sharp bit or wood or glass or metal; "he got a splinter in his finger"; "it broke into slivers"
2.chip - a triangular wooden float attached to the end of a log line
sailing, seafaring, navigation - the work of a sailor
float - something that floats on the surface of water
3.chip - a piece of dried bovine dung
droppings, dung, muck - fecal matter of animals
4.chip - a thin crisp slice of potato fried in deep fatchip - a thin crisp slice of potato fried in deep fat
snack food - food for light meals or for eating between meals
5.chip - a mark left after a small piece has been chopped or broken off of something
blemish, mar, defect - a mark or flaw that spoils the appearance of something (especially on a person's body); "a facial blemish"
6.chip - a small disk-shaped counter used to represent money when gamblingchip - a small disk-shaped counter used to represent money when gambling
blue chip - a blue poker chip with the highest value
counter - game equipment (as a piece of wood, plastic, or ivory) used for keeping a count or reserving a space in various card or board games
7.chip - electronic equipment consisting of a small crystal of a silicon semiconductor fabricated to carry out a number of electronic functions in an integrated circuitchip - electronic equipment consisting of a small crystal of a silicon semiconductor fabricated to carry out a number of electronic functions in an integrated circuit
biochip - a microchip that uses tiny strands of DNA to latch onto and quickly recognize thousands of genes at a time; intended for use in a biological environment
DNA chip, gene chip - a microchip that holds DNA probes that form half of the DNA double helix and can recognize DNA from samples being tested
integrated circuit, microcircuit - a microelectronic computer circuit incorporated into a chip or semiconductor; a whole system rather than a single component
memory chip - a RAM microchip that can be plugged into a computer to provide additional memory
microprocessor - integrated circuit semiconductor chip that performs the bulk of the processing and controls the parts of a system; "a microprocessor functions as the central processing unit of a microcomputer"; "a disk drive contains a microprocessor to handle the internal functions of the drive"
semiconductor device, semiconductor unit, semiconductor - a conductor made with semiconducting material
8.chip - (golf) a low running approach shotchip - (golf) a low running approach shot  
golf, golf game - a game played on a large open course with 9 or 18 holes; the object is use as few strokes as possible in playing all the holes
approach shot, approach - a relatively short golf shot intended to put the ball onto the putting green; "he lost the hole when his approach rolled over the green"
9.chip - the act of chipping somethingchip - the act of chipping something  
breaking, breakage, break - the act of breaking something; "the breakage was unavoidable"
Verb1.chip - break off (a piece from a whole); "Her tooth chipped"
flake off, peel, flake, peel off - come off in flakes or thin small pieces; "The paint in my house is peeling off"
exfoliate - come off in a very thin piece
divide, part, separate - come apart; "The two pieces that we had glued separated"
2.chip - cut a nick into
cut - separate with or as if with an instrument; "Cut the rope"
3.chip - play a chip shot
golf, golf game - a game played on a large open course with 9 or 18 holes; the object is use as few strokes as possible in playing all the holes
shoot - throw or propel in a specific direction or towards a specific objective; "shoot craps"; "shoot a golf ball"
4.chip - form by chipping; "They chipped their names in the stone"
shape, mould, mold, form, forge, work - make something, usually for a specific function; "She molded the rice balls carefully"; "Form cylinders from the dough"; "shape a figure"; "Work the metal into a sword"
5.chip - break a small piece off from; "chip the glass"; "chip a tooth"
cut - separate with or as if with an instrument; "Cut the rope"
chip at, carve - engrave or cut by chipping away at a surface; "carve one's name into the bark"

chip

noun
1. fragment, scrap, shaving, flake, paring, wafer, sliver, shard His eyes gleamed like chips of blue glass.
2. scratch, nick, flaw, notch, dent The washbasin had a small chip in it.
3. counter, disc, token He gambled all his chips on one number.
4. nick, damage, gash The blow chipped the woman's tooth. Steel baths are light, but they chip easily.
5. chisel, whittle a sculptor chipping at a block of marble
chip in (Informal)
1. contribute, pay, donate, subscribe, go Dutch (informal) We'll all chip in for the petrol and food.
2. interpose, put in, interrupt, interject, butt in, put your oar in He chipped in, 'That's right,' before she could answer.
Translations
رُقَاقَةرُقاقَةِ بَطاطا مَقْلِيَّهرُقاقَهشَرِيحَةُ السِّيلِيكُونشَظْيَه
čiphranolekodštípnoutotlučené místoúlomek
chipchipsflisfransk kartoffelgå i stykker
siruchipatachippikolhiakolhiintua
čipkomadićokrznuti
csipcsorbuláskicsorbítkicsorbulászseton
flísafrönsk kartaflaskarîspilapeningur
・・・を欠くかけらチップ
잘게 썰다조각
atskalabulvių lazdelėbulvių traškutisįsiterptiįskilti
atdauzītčipsiieplīstmikroprocesorsrobs
čipmikroprocesorová doštičkaobiťotlčené miesto
čipsdrobecmikročipocvrt krompirodkrušek
chipsflisaslå sönder (en flisa)
เศษที่แตกออกไปแผ่นไมโครชิปทำให้เป็นรอยแหว่ง
mảnh vỡvi mạchvô tình làm vỡ vụn

chip

[tʃɪp]
A. N
1. (= piece) → pedacito m; (= splinter) [of glass, wood] → astilla f; (= stone) → lasca f
he's a chip off the old blockde tal palo tal astilla
to have a chip on one's shoulderser un resentido
2. (Culin) chips (Brit) (= French fries) → patatas fpl fritas, papas fpl fritas (esp LAm) (US) (= crisps) → patatas fpl (fritas) de bolsa, chips mpl
3. (= break, mark) → mella f; (on rim of vessel) → desportilladura f
4. (Gambling) → ficha f
he's had his chipsse le acabó la suerte
to hand or cash in one's chipspalmarla
when the chips are downcuando llega el momento de la verdad
5. (Comput) → chip m
6. (Golf) (= chip shot) → chip m
B. VT [+ cup, plate] → desconchar, desportillar; [+ furniture] → desportillar; [+ surface] → picar; [+ paint, varnish] → desconchar, desprender
C. VI [pottery] → desconcharse, desportillarse; [paint, varnish] → desconcharse
D. CPD chip and PIN N tecnología de identificación del usuario mediante una tarjeta chip que debe ir acompañada por un número PIN
chip and PIN card Ntarjeta f chip con número PIN
chip shop Npescadería f (donde se vende principalmente pescado rebozado y patatas fritas)
chip away
A. VT + ADV [+ paint, varnish] → desconchar
B. VI + ADV [paint, varnish] → desconcharse
to chip away at [+ lands] → ir usurpando; [+ authority] → ir minando or debilitando
they chipped away at her resistancefueron debilitando su resistencia
chip in VI + ADV
1. (= contribute) → contribuir (with con) (= share costs) → compartir los gastos
2. (= interrupt) → interrumpir (with diciendo)
chip off
A. VI + ADV [paint etc] → desconcharse, desprenderse (en escamas)
B. VT + ADV [+ paint etc] → desconchar, desprender

chip

[ˈtʃɪp]
n
(to eat)frite f
We bought some chips → Nous avons acheté des frites.
(US) (also potato chip) (= crisp) → chip m
[wood] → copeau m
he's a chip off the old block (= like father) → c'est son père tout craché (= like mother) → c'est sa mère tout craché
[glass, stone] → éclat m
(in cup, mug, glass)ébréchure f
(also microchip) → puce f
(in gambling)fiche f
when the chips are down (fig)au moment critique
to have a chip on one's shoulder (= have a grudge) → en vouloir à tout le monde
vt
[+ cup, plate] → ébrécher
chip in
vi
(= speak) → mettre son grain de sel
(= contribute money) → donner un peu d'argentchip and PIN
n système de carte à puce à code confidentiel
modif [card] → à code confidentiel; [system, technology] → de carte à code confidentielchip basket n (British)panier m à frites

chip

n
Splitter m; (of glass also)Scherbe f; (of wood)Span m; chocolate chips˜ Schokoladenstreusel pl; he’s a chip off the old blocker ist ganz der Vater; to have a chip on one’s shouldereinen Komplex haben (about wegen); somebody with a chip on his shoulderjd, der sich ständig angegriffen fühlt
(Brit: = potato stick) → Pomme frite m or nt usu pl; (US: = potato slice) → Chip m usu pl
(in crockery, furniture etc) → abgeschlagene or abgestoßene Ecke or Stelle; this cup has a chipdiese Tasse ist angeschlagen
(in poker etc) → Chip m, → Spielmarke f; to cash in one’s chips (euph)den Löffel abgeben (euph inf); he’s had his chips (inf)(d)er hat ausgespielt (inf); to be in the chips (US inf) → Kleingeld haben (inf), → flüssig sein (inf); when the chips are downwenn es drauf ankommt
to give the ball a chip (Golf, Tennis) → den Ball chippen
(Comput: = microchip) → Chip nt
vt
cup, stoneanschlagen; varnish, paintabstoßen; woodbeschädigen; (= chip off)wegschlagen, abstoßen
(Sport) ballchippen
vi (cup etc)angeschlagen werden, Macken/eine Macke bekommen (inf); (paint)abspringen; (stone)splittern; this pottery chips easilydiese Keramik ist schnell angeschlagen

chip

[tʃɪp]
1. n
a. (piece) → frammento; (of glass, wood, stone) → scheggia
he's a chip off the old block (fig) → è della stessa razza del padre
he's got a chip on his shoulder because ... → gli è rimasto sullo stomaco il fatto che...
b. (gen pl) (Culin) (Brit) (French fry) → patatina fritta (Am) (crisp) → patatina
c. (in crockery, furniture) → scheggiatura
there's a chip in this cup → questa tazza è scheggiata
d. (in gambling) → fiche f inv
when the chips are down (fig) → nei momenti critici, nel momento della verità, alla resa dei conti
to have had one's chips (fig) (fam) → aver giocato l'ultima carta
e. (Comput) (microchip) → chip m inv
2. vt (cup, plate) → scheggiare
chipped potatoes (Culin) → patatine fpl fritte
3. vischeggiarsi
chip in vi + adv (fam) (contribute) → contribuire; (interrupt) → intromettersi
chip off
1. vi + adv (paint) → scrostarsi
2. vt + adv (paint) → scrostare

chip

(tʃip) past tense past participle chipped verb
to knock or strike small pieces off. This glass (was) chipped when I knocked it over.
noun
1. a place from which a small piece is broken. There's a chip in the edge of this saucer.
2. (American french fries) (usually in plural) a cut piece of potato (fried). steak and chips.
3. a counter representing a certain value, used in gambling.
4. a very small printed circuit, as used in computers, TV sets etc.
chip in
1. to interrupt. He chipped in with a remark.
2. to give (money). He chipped in with a dollar for the gift.

chip

رُقَاقَة, شَرِيحَةُ السِّيلِيكُون, يَكْسِرُ čip, úlomek, ulomit chip, flis, slå et stykke af abbrechen, Chip, Splitter θραύσμα, σπάζω, τσιπ astilla, chip, desportillar, esquirla, romper lohkaista, mikrosiru, siru ébrécher, fragment, puce čip, komadić, okrznuti chip, scheggia, scheggiarsi ・・・を欠く, かけら, チップ 잘게 썰다, 조각, 칩 afbreken, chip, spaander brikke, flis, flise chip, odłamek, ułamać chip, lasca, lascar микросхема, осколок, отломить chips, flisa, slå sönder (en flisa) เศษที่แตกออกไป, แผ่นไมโครชิป, ทำให้เป็นรอยแหว่ง çip, kırmak, parça mảnh vỡ, vi mạch, vô tình làm vỡ vụn 碎片, 碰掉, 芯片

chip

n astilla, pedacito; vt, vi (pret & pp chipped; ger chipping) quebrar(se) (un poco), astillar(se), desportillar(se)
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