Word: chop

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Synonyms: chop

chopper

Translations: chop

spanish
chuleta


german
kotelett, zerschneiden, hacken, spalten, aufschneiden

french
côtelette, hacher, côte, taillade, escalope, ...

italian
tritare, mozzare, costoletta, spaccare, braciola

portuguese
rachar, picar

dutch
houwen, karbonade, kotelet, kappen, fijnhakken

russian
котлета, удар, щепать, зыбь, меняться, ...

norwegian
kotelett, hakke

swedish
hugga, hugg

finnish
aallokko, lohjeta, lovi, halkoa, hakata, ...

danish
kotelet, hugge, hakke, pønser

czech
přerušovat, řezat, štípat, setnout, řízek, ...

polish
rąbać, przerąbać, kotlet, posiekać, zraz, ...

hungarian
védjegy, hússzelet, völgyszoros, satupofa, csapkodás

turkish
yarık, çatlak, pirzola

greek
κόβω, τσεκουριά, τεμαχίζω

ukrainian
клеймо, відбивна, сікти, шаткувати, брижа, ...

albanian
çaj

bulgarian
котлет, посегнат, нарежете, отрежат, отрежа

belarusian
бераг

estonian
raiuma, tükeldama, rabak

croatian
cijepati, sjeći, kosati, sjeckati, isjeckati

icelandic
höggva, skorið, Chop, að höggva, saxa

lithuanian
suskaldyti

latvian
karbonāde, cirst, sakapājiet, sakapāt, sasmalciniet

macedonian
сека, исецка, се исецка, котлет, да се исецка

romanian
cotlet, taie, toaca, se toaca

slovenian
tipat, sdk

slovak
sek

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The meaning and "use of": chop

noun
  • a downward cutting blow or movement, typically with the hand.
  • a thick slice of meat, especially pork or lamb, adjacent to, and typically including, a rib.
  • crushed or ground grain used as animal feed.
  • the broken motion of water, typically due to the action of the wind against the tide.

verb
  • cut (something) into small pieces with repeated sharp blows using an ax or knife.

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