chin-chin


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chin-chin

sentence substitute
informal a greeting, farewell, or toast
[C18: from Chinese (Peking) ch'ing-ch'ing please-please]
Translations

chin-chin

(o.f.) [ˌtʃɪnˈtʃɪn] EXCL¡chin-chin!
References in classic literature ?
So Chin-chin and Suck-suck went away in a wheel-barrow, and Stumpy, Yock-yock and Cross- patch rode away in a cart.
Set in 1950s Paris, Chin-Chin centres on a couple brought together by the infidelity of their spouses.
His "Talking Tiny Tears" voice, inoffensive facial arrangement, and sprouting outposts of wispy hair on the chinny chin-chin make up a package which I find totally underwhelming.
We expect Dom 'Posh drinker from Gogglebox' Parker to take it all on the chin-chin.
And there are little crispy bits called chin-chin ($2) that are available as a starter.
Hillary wears teddy bear earrings, given to her by a friend, and confides in Chin-Chin, a stuffed panda bear.
Gogglebox C4, 9pm Chin-chin, our weekends can't start without seeing, A) what boots posh Steph is wearing, B) what she and Dom are drinking and C) what they made of the telly over the past seven days.