chin-chin


Also found in: Wikipedia.

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.
More than 1,800 organic stakeholders all over the country are expected to join the congress while almost 300 exhibitors signified interest in joining the organic fest.Ramon Chin-Chin Uy Jr.
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.