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chopper in Utensils topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchopperchop‧per /ˈtʃɒpə $ ˈtʃɑːpər/ noun [countable]  1 British EnglishDFU a large knife that you use for cutting large pieces of meat2 informalTTA a helicopter There was a police chopper waiting for us.3 TTa type of motorcycle on which the front wheel is further forward than the place where your hands rest4 choppers
Examples from the Corpus
chopperLuckily, a chopper got through, and we were resupplied with am-munition.There were seven cheerleaders to a chopper, and then two choppers more for all their bags.Jez should top her with a chopper.But the Orex choppers are empty of provisions, and the pilots are only on rescue detail.Think Mary Lou Retton and her mouthful of polished choppers.I caught a supply chopper out to my platoon, which was already in the field.It put him off his stroke and the chopper slipped, cutting his finger.The sooner Morgan boarded the chopper and pushed off the better.