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[编辑] GRE 红宝书

  • n.薄片, 碎屑
  • [英] n.薄片, 碎屑 ( a small piece from the surface or edge)
  • [类] chip : stone / shard : glass ( 石头碎片和石头 / 玻璃碎片和玻璃)

[编辑] Webster Collegiate

I. noun

  • Etymology: Middle English; akin to Old English -cippian
  • Date: 14th century
  • 1.
    • a. a small usually thin and flat piece (as of wood or stone) cut, struck, or flaked off
    • b. a small piece of food: as
      • (1) a small thin slice of food; especially potato chip
      • (2) french fry
      • (3) a small cone-shaped bit of food often used for baking <chocolate chips
  • 2. something small, worthless, or trivial
  • 3.
    • a. one of the counters used as a token for money in poker and other games
    • b. plural money — used especially in the phrase in the chips
    • c. something valuable that can be used for advantage in negotiation or trade bargaining chip
  • 4. a piece of dried dung — usually used in combination<cow chip
  • 5. a flaw left after a chip has been broken off
  • 6.
    • a. integrated circuit
    • b. a small wafer of semiconductor material that forms the base for an integrated circuit
  • 7. chip shot 1

II. verb (chipped; chipping)

  • Etymology: Middle English chippen, from Old English -cippian (as in forcippian to cut off); akin to Old English cipp beam, Old High German chipfa stave
  • Date: 15th century
  • transitive verb
    • 1.
      • a. to cut or hew with an edged tool
      • b.
        • (1) to cut or break (a small piece) from something
        • (2) to cut or break a fragment from <chip a tooth
        • (3) to cut into chips <chip a tree stump
    • 2. British chaff, banter
    • 3. to hit (a return in tennis) with backspin
  • intransitive verb
    • 1. to break off in small pieces
    • 2. to play a chip shot

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