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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchapchap /tʃæp/ ●●○ S3 noun  1 [countable]MAN especially British English a man, especially a man you know and like a decent sort of chap2 chaps chapped
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chapMy dear chap you couldn't put them in a work of fiction.Mock's have a new chap on the bacon counter.Being a cautious kind of chap, I decided to make a phone call before reaching before reaching for my cheque book.Once some one has established themselves as being the right sort of chap, then their name crops up time and again.Stella stood in the middle of the field talking to the only chap properly attired in shorts and jersey.The other chap had a skin graft.The chap on the left is James Stuart, and on the right we have his son, Charles Stuart.
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