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 ?
Chin-chin was already in disgrace; it was washing day, and he had eaten a piece of soap.
So Chin-chin and Suck-suck went away in a wheel-barrow, and Stumpy, Yock-yock and Cross- patch rode away in a cart.
Now come ashore and chin-chin with the Celestials."
Reychille Sol Therese Fenis, or Chin-Chin as she fondly called her 18-year-old daughter, would die on the same boat after it capsized in Iloilo Strait on Aug.
Summary: Once the toast of acting circles, Chin-Chin took a path her mother had earlier forsaken
FEU, however, faces an uphill climb this season with the exit of hard-hitting Bernadeth Pons last year and the absence of opposite hitter Chin-chin Basas due to shoulder injury.
Set in 1950s Paris, Chin-Chin centres on a couple brought together by the infidelity of their spouses.
chin-chin in Russia Brown is no Webster, though A child of the
It won't be a big do, just a few close friends who want to raise a glass and say 'chin-chin, old boy.'
Tchin-Tchin (1959; Chin-Chin ), his first play to win popular acclaim, traces the decline into alcoholism of a couple brought together by the infidelity of their spouses.
Actress Chin-Chin Gutierrez, who has long left her showbiz career, is now reportedly a nun.