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1. A gullible person; a dupe.
2. A stupid or foolish person; a dolt.
tr. & intr.v. chumped, chump·ing, chumps
To chew or make a chewing movement.
[Variant of champ.]
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1. informal a stupid person
2. a thick heavy block of wood
a. the thick blunt end of anything, esp of a piece of meat
b. (as modifier): a chump chop.
4. slang Brit the head (esp in the phrase off one's chump)
[C18: perhaps a blend of chunk and lump1]
a less common word for chomp
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1. Informal. a foolish or gullible person.
2. a short, thick piece of wood.
3. Brit. the head.Idioms:
off one's chump, Brit. crazy.
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Past participle: chumped
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|Noun||1.||chump - a person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of|
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1. (= idiot) → tonto/a m/f
you chump! → ¡imbécil!
you chump! → ¡imbécil!
B. CPD chump chop N (Brit) chuleta gruesa con hueso
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chump[tʃʌmp] n (fam) → zuccone/a
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