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  1. chop

    • IPA[tʃɒp]

    英式

    • v.
      cut (something) into pieces with repeated sharp blows of an axe or knife;remove something by cutting
    • n.
      a downward cutting blow or movement, typically with the hand;dismissal from employment
    • verb: chop, 3rd person present: chops, gerund or present participle: chopping, past tense: chopped, past participle: chopped

    • noun: chop, plural noun: chops

    • 釋義
    • 片語

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    名詞

    • 1. a downward cutting blow or movement, typically with the hand an effective chop to the back of the neck
    • 2. dismissal from employment hundreds more workers have been given the chop
    • cancellation or abolition all these projects are destined for the chop
    • the action of killing someone or the fact of being killed seven men we all knew had got the chop
    • 3. a thick slice of meat, especially pork or lamb, adjacent to and often including a rib he lived on liver or chops
    • 4. Australian, New Zealand informal a person's share of something.
    • 5. North American crushed or ground grain used as animal feed the pile of chop was dropped into the calves' feeder
    • 6. the broken motion of water, owing to the action of the wind against the tide we started our run into a two-foot chop

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