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  1. chip

    • IPA[tʃɪp]

    英式

    • n.
      a small piece of something removed in the course of chopping, cutting, or breaking a hard material such as wood or stone;a hole or mark on a hard object or surface where a small piece has broken off
    • v.
      cut or break (a small piece) from a hard material;(of a material or object) break at the edge or on the surface
    • verb: chip, 3rd person present: chips, gerund or present participle: chipping, past tense: chipped, past participle: chipped

    • noun: chip, plural noun: chips

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    名詞

    • 1. a small piece of something removed in the course of chopping, cutting, or breaking a hard material such as wood or stone mulch the shrubs with cedar chips granite chips 同義詞 fragment, piece, bit, sliver, splinter, ... 更多
    • a hole or mark on a hard object or surface where a small piece has broken off keep an eye out for any scratches or chips on the bodywork that might need treating 同義詞 nick, crack, snick, scratch, flaw, ... 更多
    • British wood or woody fibre split into thin strips and used for weaving hats or baskets.
    • 2. British a long rectangular piece of deep-fried potato. a plate of chips serve with potatoes, chips, rice, or pasta 同義詞 chipped potatoes, game chips, French fried potatoes, French fries
    • North American a thin slice of food (typically potato) made crisp by being fried, baked, or dried and eaten as a snack a bag of chips tortilla chips dipped in salsa
    • a small chunk of sweet food (typically chocolate) added to desserts, biscuits, or snacks chocolate chips
    • 3. a tiny wafer of semiconducting material used to make an integrated circuit; a microchip.
    • 4. a counter used in certain gambling games to represent money a poker chip 同義詞 counter, token, disc, jetton, check
    • 5. (in soccer, golf, and other sports) a short lofted kick or shot he made no mistake with a chip and a par putt from four feet to seal victory

    動詞

    • 1. cut or break (a small piece) from a hard material we had to chip ice off the upper deck 同義詞 nick, crack, snick, scratch, damage
    • (of a material or object) break at the edge or on the surface the paint had chipped off the gate 同義詞 break (off), crack, fragment, crumble
    • cut pieces off (a hard material) to shape it or break it up craftsmen chipped the blocks of flint to the required shape 同義詞 whittle, hew, chisel
    • 2. (in soccer, golf, and other sports) kick or strike (a ball or shot) to produce a short lofted shot or pass he chipped a superb shot over the keeper
    • 3. implant a microchip under the skin of (an animal or person) for purposes of identification and tracking almost half of owners had not chipped their dogs because they didn't know they had to chipping offenders could be one way to track them and determine if any might be plotting acts of violence
    • adj.
      damaged by having a small piece broken off at the edge or on the surface: I warmed my spirits with coffee in a chipped cup

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      damaged by having a small piece broken off at the edge or on the surface: I warmed my spirits with coffee in a chipped cup

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a small fragment of stone, wood, or similar material: it's not too late to give plants a mulch with bark chippings crushed-stone aggregate gives pebble dash its colour, and an even distribution of the chippings is necessary

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      be very angry or frustrated

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    • n.
      potato chips that are cooked slowly in a large pot or kettle of hot oil, resulting in a thick ... the sandwich was served among a pile of kettle chips

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    • n.
      potato crisps that are cooked slowly in a large pot or kettle of hot oil, resulting in a thick ... the sandwich was served among a pile of kettle chips

    Oxford Dictionary

    • plural
      deep-fried sweet potato: I ordered pork sliders with slaw and kumara chips

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    • n.
      a dish of fried fish fillets served with French fries.

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    美式

    • n.
      a small piece of something removed in the course of chopping, cutting, or breaking a hard ... mulch the shrubs with cedar chips granite chips
    • v.
      cut or break (a small piece) from a hard material: we had to chip ice off the upper deck

    Oxford American Dictionary