Word: chip

Category: chip

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Related words: chip

chocolate chip, chocolate, cookies, chocolate chip cookies, chocolate cookies, chocolate chip cookie, chocolate chip recipe, chip in, blue chip, chips, chip kelly, rfid chip, chocolate chip muffins, chocolate cake recipe, chocolate chip bars, chocolate chip cake, peanut butter cookies

Synonyms: chip

fragment, sliver, splinter, shaving, paring, flake, nick, crack, scratch, notch, flaw, fault, French fries, fries, home fries, frites, pommes frites, counter, token, check, microchip, silicon chip, cow dung, cow chip, splintering, chipping, potato chip, crisp, bit, scrap, fleck, chip shot, poker chip

Translations: chip

spanish
astilla


german
mikrochip, chip

french
lopin, tailler, couper, tronçon, puce, ...

italian
circuito integrato, chip di, di chip, truciolo

portuguese
micro plaqueta

dutch
bikken, afbikken

russian
порубить, стружка, осколок, строгать, заноза, ...

norwegian
splint

swedish
flisa

finnish
pala, kolhu, lastu, merkki, siru, ...

danish
stykke

czech
žeton, hoblina, úlomek, střep, střepina, ...

polish
skrawek, wyszczerbić, odprysk, odłamek, żeton, ...

hungarian
csorbulás, kicsorbulás, fahulladék, szalmaszál, repeszdarab, ...

turkish
yonga, çip, talaş, yongası

greek
τσιπ

ukrainian
відломлюватися, колоти, відламуватися

albanian
monedhë, patate të skuqura, mikroprocesor, çip

bulgarian
стружка

belarusian
чып

estonian
kiip, kiibi, kiibile, kiipi

croatian
strugotina, iver, čip, okrhnuti

icelandic
flís, kísilflögu, tölvukubburinn

lithuanian
gabaliukas

latvian
gabaliņš, strēmele

macedonian
чип, чипот, чипови, на чип

romanian
bucăţică

slovenian
čip

slovak
čip, trieska

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The meaning and "use of": chip

noun
  • a small piece of something removed in the course of chopping, cutting, or breaking something, especially a hard material such as wood or stone.
  • a thin slice of food made crisp by being fried, baked, or dried and typically eaten as a snack.
  • a counter used in certain gambling games to represent money.
  • (in golf, soccer, and other sports) a short lofted kick or shot with the ball.

verb
  • cut or break (a small piece) from the edge or surface of a hard material.
  • (in golf, soccer, and other sports) kick or strike (a ball or shot) to produce a short lobbed shot or pass.

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