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fish and chips in Food, dish topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfish and chipsˌfish and ˈchips noun [uncountable]  DFFa meal consisting of fish covered with batter (=a mixture of flour and milk) and cooked in oil, served with long thin pieces of potato also cooked in oil Get some fish and chips on your way home. a fish and chip shop
Examples from the Corpus
fish and chipsThe person who ate fish and chips was John.What John did was eat fish and chips.We will send out for fish and chips.Now, fish and chips came in plain white paper.We could get some fish and chips after.We ordered the fish and chips, expecting marvelous things from this traditional ale house fare.