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chipchip2 ●○○ verb (chipped, chipping) πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 accidentally break (something) [intransitive, transitive]BREAK if you chip something, or if it chips, a small piece of it breaks off accidentally πŸ”Š Gary fell and chipped one of his front teeth. πŸ”Š He chipped a bone in his knee and was carried off the pitch. πŸ”Š These plates chip really easily.chip off πŸ”Š The paint had chipped off the gate.2 remove something [intransitive, transitive always + adverb/preposition] to remove something, especially something hard that is covering a surface, by hitting it with a tool so that small pieces break off πŸ”Š Archaeologists were carefully chipping away at the rock. πŸ”Š Chip out the plaster with a steel chisel.3 sport [transitive]DS to hit a golf ball or kick a football or a rugby ball so that it goes high into the air for a short distance πŸ”Š United scored just before half-time when Adcock cleverly chipped the ball over the keeper.4 potatoes [transitive] British EnglishDFC to cut potatoes into thin pieces ready to be cooked in hot oil5 microchip [transitive] British English to put a microchip in an animal, person, or thing to identify or give information about them β†’ chip away at something β†’ chip inβ†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
chipβ€’ They bring a back over some times to chip a guy.β€’ The ball hit him in the face and chipped a tooth.β€’ He fell off his bike and chipped his front tooth.β€’ He could chip his golf ball with precision and was an astute reader of tricky greens, especially on long putts.β€’ In December he agreed that he would chip in the same amount.β€’ Parents, pupils and staff all chipped in to help collect the cash for a new bus for Eastbourne school.β€’ Last week the defence minister, Sabahattin Cakmakog, chipped in.β€’ He chipped on calmly and got his par-4.β€’ If you don't load the dishwasher right, it might chip some of the cups.β€’ She tried to chip the ice off the windshield.chip offβ€’ When he dropped the skillet on the counter, a small piece chipped off the tile.