Definitions for chip
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word chip.
bit, chip, flake, fleck, scrapnoun
a small fragment of something broken off from the whole
"a bit of rock caught him in the eye"
a triangular wooden float attached to the end of a log line
chip, cow chip, cow dung, buffalo chipnoun
a piece of dried bovine dung
chip, crisp, potato chip, Saratoga chipnoun
a thin crisp slice of potato fried in deep fat
a mark left after a small piece has been chopped or broken off of something
chip, poker chipnoun
a small disk-shaped counter used to represent money when gambling
chip, microchip, micro chip, silicon chip, microprocessor chipnoun
electronic equipment consisting of a small crystal of a silicon semiconductor fabricated to carry out a number of electronic functions in an integrated circuit
chip, chip shotnoun
(golf) a low running approach shot
chip, chipping, splinteringverb
the act of chipping something
chip, chip off, come off, break away, break offverb
break off (a piece from a whole)
"Her tooth chipped"
cut a nick into
play a chip shot
form by chipping
"They chipped their names in the stone"
chip, knap, cut off, break offverb
break a small piece off from
"chip the glass"; "chip a tooth"
A small piece broken from a larger piece of solid material.
A damaged area of a surface where a small piece has been broken off.
This cup has a chip in it.
A token used in place of cash.
A circuit fabricated in one piece on a small, thin substrate.
A hybrid device mounted in a substrate, containing electronic circuitry and miniaturised mechanical, chemical and/or biochemical devices.
A fried strip of potato of square or rectangular cross-section; a french fry.
Do you want sauce or mayonnaise on your chips?
A thin, crisp, baked piece of vegetable, usually potato.
potato chip, tortilla chip
A shot during which the ball travels more predominantly upwards than in a regular shot, as to clear an obstacle.
A takeout that hits a rock at an angle.
To break into small pieces.
The workers chipped the dead branches into mulch.
To break small pieces from.
Be careful not to chip the paint.
To play a shot hitting the ball predominately upwards rather than forwards.
to upgrade an engine management system, usually to increase power.
To become chipped.
This varnish chips easily.
To ante (up).
To fit (an animal) with a microchip.
Anyone got u00A31? Ill chip 50p.
A dried piece of dung used as fuel.
A receptacle, usually for strawberries or other fruit.
A small, near-conical piece of food added in baking.
A diminutive of the male given names Christopher and Charles.
Etymology: chip from ċipp "log, beam, small piece of wood" from kip(p)az. Akin to kip "post", kipfa, chipfa "axle, stave", keppr "cudgel, club". Non-Germanic cognates include Albanian cifël.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
CHIP, Cheap, Chipping
in the names of places, imply a market; from the Sax. cyppan ceapan , to buy. Edmund Gibson Cam.
Etymology: from the verb.
Cucumbers do extremely affect moisture, and over-drink themselves, which chaff or chips forbideth. Francis Bacon, Nat. Hist.
That chip made the iron swim, not by any natural power. Jeremy Taylor, Worthy Communicant.
The straw was laid below;
Of chips and serewood was the second row. John Dryden, Fables.
The manganese lies in the vein in lumps wrecked, in an irregular manner, among clay, coarse spar, and chips of stone. John Woodward, on Fossils.
To cut into small pieces; to diminish, by cutting away a little at a time.
Etymology: probably corrupted from chop.
To return to our statue in the block of marble, we see it sometimes only begun to be chipped; sometimes rough hewn, and just sketched into an human figure. Joseph Addison, Spectat.
The critick strikes out all that is not just;
And ’tis ev’n so the butler chips his crust. William King, Cookery.
Taught him to chip the wood, and hew the stone. James Thomson.
to cut small pieces from; to diminish or reduce to shape, by cutting away a little at a time; to hew
to break or crack, or crack off a portion of, as of an eggshell in hatching, or a piece of crockery
to bet, as with chips in the game of poker
to break or fly off in small pieces
a piece of wood, stone, or other substance, separated by an ax, chisel, or cutting instrument
a fragment or piece broken off; a small piece
wood or Cuban palm leaf split into slips, or straw plaited in a special manner, for making hats or bonnets
anything dried up, withered, or without flavor; -- used contemptuously
one of the counters used in poker and other games
the triangular piece of wood attached to the log line
Etymology: [Cf. G. kippen to cut off the edge, to clip, pare. Cf. Chop to cut.]
CHIP is a computer and communications magazine published by the CHIP Holding in 15 countries of Europe and Asia. The German edition of CHIP was launched in September 1978 and is one of Germany's oldest and largest computer magazines with 418.019 copies sold in average each month of the 4th quarter 2008. Competitors in its German home market include Computer Bild, PC-Welt and c't.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
chip, v.t. to chop or cut into small pieces: to hew: of chickens, to break the shell of the egg in hatching: to pare away the crust of bread, &c.: to bet:—pr.p. chip′ping; pa.p. chipped.—n. a small piece of wood or other substance chopped off: (slang) a sovereign.—n. Chip′-hat, a cheap kind of hat, made of what is popularly called Brazilian grass, but really consisting of strips of the leaves of a palm (Chamærops argentea) imported from Cuba.—adj. Chip′py, abounding in chips: dry as a chip: seedy from an overdose of liquor.—Chip in, to supply one's part.—A chip of the old block, one with the characteristics of his father. [M. E. chippen, to cut in pieces. Conn. with Chop.]
British National Corpus
Written Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'chip' in Written Corpus Frequency: #3048
Rank popularity for the word 'chip' in Nouns Frequency: #1208
The numerical value of chip in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of chip in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
I firmly believe all European countries are democratically elected, political institutions who will not either act in an illegal or in an unfair way. They will take pragmatic decisions that are in the interest of their people and our people, again, democratically elected European parliaments will take pragmatic decisions about what's in their interest and they will choose to give tariff-free access to the UK. That will not be, I don't think, a bargaining chip around free movement.
Former Marine Donovan Crowl felt like he did a 180-degree turnaround, felt like the world owed him a living and had a big chip on his shoulder, i don't know if Former Marine Donovan Crowl's because life didn't go the way he planned.
The virus outbreak is positive for Samsung's mobile division, but negative for Samsung's chip and display businesses, samsung will not be completely immune from the virus.
After the incident( murder), many blue-chip businesses and many governments continued to do business in Saudi,( and the) entertainment business is still flourishing, there was Italian Super Cup with AC Milan and Juventus( in January) and Cristiano Ronaldo scored the winning goal and celebrated, and Cristiano Ronaldo and Mariah Carey tried to find any kind of criticism for Cristiano Ronaldo, yet Cristiano Ronaldo and Mariah Carey players were criticized. Why was golf singled out ? I was perplexed why Cristiano Ronaldo and Mariah Carey were.
Chip Walter want to make sure the vaccine is not worsening that, that may take more time in order to convince both the companies and the regulators that these kinds of phenomenon are not occurring.
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Translations for chip
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- skyfie, aartappelskyfieAfrikaans
- счупено парче, чипс, отломка, жетон, треска, чип, отчупвам, нащърбвам се, чупяBulgarian
- chip, čipCzech
- Chip, Pommes frites, Fritte, Pommes, KartoffelchipGerman
- μάρκα, θραύσμα, τηγανιτή πατάτα, πελεκούδι, τσιπάκι, πατατάκι, πλακίδιο ολοκληρωμένου κυκλώματος, ροκανίδιGreek
- desconchado, papa frita, chip, patata frita, ficha, astilla, desconcharse, astillar, desconcharSpanish
- kolo, siru, chippi, lastu, piisiru, pelimerkki, ranskalainen, nirhama, kolhu, lantakakku, sipsi, lohjeta, chipata, silputa, kolhiintua, kolhia, pilkkoa, korottaaFinnish
- croustille, micropuce, chips, brisure, frite, briser, cocherFrench
- patatina, chip, scheggia, fiche, frammento, gettoneItalian
- rutunga, paopaoMāori
- чип, интегрално колоMacedonian
- żetony, odłamki, frytki, odłamek, frytka, żetonPolish
- ficha, lasca, chip, batata frita, CI, circuito integrado, microchipPortuguese
- cip, așchie, fragment, surceaRomanian
- чипс, микросхема, обломок, кизяк, стружка, щепка, осколок, ломтик, лучина, чип, фишкаRussian
- tjhipiseSouthern Sotho
- chips, pjäs, flisa, pommes frites, ruka, krets, marker, brickaSwedish
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