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- A small piece that is broken off of a larger object.
- A chip of paint fell off the wall.
- A damaged area of a surface where a chip has broken off.
- This cup has a chip in it.
- A token that is used in place of cash when gambling.
- poker chip
- This chip is worth $1.
- (electronics) A small circuit used in certain electronic devices.
- computer chip
- (US) A thin, baked or fried piece of vegetable, usually potato.
- (UK) (AU) (NZ) A fried strip of potato, similar to French fries.
- (sports) A shot where the ball goes up more than a regular shot.
- (curling) A takeout that hits a rock at an angle.
- A dried piece of dung that is used as fuel.
- (northern New Zealand) A container that is usually used for holding strawberries or other fruit.
- (transitive) To break an object into small pieces.
- The workers chipped the dead branches into mulch.
- (transitive) To break small pieces off of an object.
- Be careful not to chip the paint.
- (transitive); (golf) To play a shot where the ball goes mostly upwards instead of forwards.
- (transitive); (automotive) To upgrade an engine management system, usually to increase power.
- (intransitive) To become chipped.
- This varnish chips easily.
- (intransitive); (card games) Often with "in", to ante (up).