English - Vietnamese Dictionary
chip /tʃip/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- vỏ bào, vỏ tiện, mạt giũa
- khoanh mỏng, lát mỏng (quả, khoai tây...)
- (số nhiều) (thông tục) khoai tây rán
- (đánh bài) thẻ (để đánh bạc)
- to hand (pass in) one's chips
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) thanh toán
- to have (carry, wear, go about with) a chip on one's shoulder
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) sẵn sàng đánh nhau, sẵn sàng gây chuyện cãi nhau
- in the chip
- (từ lóng) giàu có, nhiều tiền
- little chips light great fires
- vỏ bào nhỏ có thể gây nên những đám cháy lớn; cái sảy nảy cái ung
- ngoại động từ
- làm sứt, làm mẻ
- to chip the edge of the glass: làm sứt mép gương
- đập vỡ ra từng mảnh, đập vỡ toang
- mổ vỡ (vỏ trứng) (gà con)
- xắt, thái thành lát mỏng
- to chip potatoes: xắt khoai
- (thông tục) chế giễu, chế nhạo
- to chip [at] someone: chế nhạo ai
- nội động từ
- sứt, mẻ
- china chips easily: đồ sứ dễ mẻ
- chip + off tróc, tróc từng mảng (sơn)
- (thông tục) chip + in nói xen vào
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) (+ in) góp tiền đánh bạc); góp vốn
- danh từ
- (thể dục,thể thao) miếng khoèo, miếng ngáng chân (đấu vật)
+a small fragment of something broken off from the whole
+a triangular wooden float attached to the end of a log line
+a piece of dried bovine dung
+a thin crisp slice of potato fried in deep fat
+a mark left after a small piece has been chopped or broken off of something
+a small disk-shaped counter used to represent money when gambling
+electronic equipment consisting of a small crystal of a silicon semiconductor fabricated to carry out a number of electronic functions in an integrated circuit
+a low running approach shot
+the act of chipping something
+break off (a piece from a whole)
+cut a nick into
+play a chip shot
+form by chipping
+break a small piece off from
Advanced English Dictionary
1 fragment, piece, shard or sherd, splinter, flake, sliver, scrap, morsel, bit:
A chip of slate rattled down off the roof.
2 counter, marker, token; plaque, US check:
He put his chip on number 14.
3 chisel, whittle, hew:
He chipped away at the stone till it fitted perfectly into the hole.
4 chip in.
(a) contribute; participate:
All the neighbours chipped in to pay for the street decorations.
(b) interrupt, break in, intrude, interfere, intercede, interpose, Colloq chime in:
Clive chipped in with his usual silly comment.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 the place from which a small piece of wood, glass, etc. has broken from an object: This mug has a chip in it.
2 a small piece of wood, glass, etc. that has broken off an object: chips of wood + chocolate chip cookies (= biscuits containing small pieces of chocolate)
3 (BrE) (also French fry, fry AmE, BrE) [usually pl.] a long thin piece of potato fried in oil or fat: All main courses are served with chips or baked potato.
See also - FISH AND CHIPS
4 (AmE) = CRISP: potato chips
5 = MICROCHIP: chip technology
See also - V-CHIP
6 a small flat piece of plastic used to represent a particular amount of money in some types of gambling: (figurative) The release of prisoners was used as a bargaining chip.
7 (also chip shot) (in golf, football, etc.) an act of hitting or kicking a ball high in the air so that it lands within a short distance: She left herself with a short chip to the green.
See also - BLUE-CHIP
Idioms: a chip off the old block (informal) a person who is very similar to their mother or father in the way that they look or behave
have a chip on your shoulder (about sth) (informal) to be sensitive about sth that happened in the past and become easily offended if it is mentioned because you think that you were treated unfairly: He has a real chip on his shoulder about being adopted.
have had your chips (BrE, informal) to be in a situation in which you are certain to be defeated or killed
when the chips are down (informal) used to refer to a difficult situation in which you are forced to decide what is important to you: I'm not sure what I'll do when the chips are down. + When the chips are down he always finds the courage to carry on.
+ verb (-pp-)
1 to damage sth by breaking a small piece off it; to become damaged in this way: [VN] a badly chipped saucer + She chipped one of her front teeth. + [V] These plates chip easily.
2 [VN +adv./prep.] to cut or break small pieces off sth with a tool: Chip away the damaged area. + The fossils had been chipped out of the rock. + It took a long time to chip a hole in the wall. + It needs skill to chip a block of stone into a recognizable shape.
3 [VN, V] (especially in golf and football) to hit or kick the ball so that it goes high in the air and then lands within a short distance
4 [VN] ~ potatoes (BrE) to cut potatoes into long thin pieces and fry them in deep oil
Phrasal Verbs: chip away at sth to keep breaking small pieces off sth: He was chipping away at the stone. + (figurative) They chipped away at the power of the government (= gradually made it weaker).
chip in (with sth) (informal)
1 to join in or interrupt a conversation; to add sth to a conversation or discussion: Pete and Anne chipped in with suggestions. + [+ speech] 'That's different,' she chipped in.
2 (also chip in sth) to give some money so that a group of people can buy sth together: If everyone chips in we'll be able to buy her a really nice present. + We each chipped in (with) £4.
chip sth<->off to damage sth by breaking a small piece off it; to be damaged in this way: He chipped off a piece of his tooth. + Use a good varnish that will not chip off.(also chip)
a very small piece of a material that is a SEMICONDUCTOR, used to carry a complicated electronic CIRCUIT
1 (usually chips) long thin piece of fried potato
greasy | frozen, oven-ready
VERB + CHIP
All he'll eat is chips.
| live on
I never cook anything grand?we live on chips and baked beans.
| cook, fry
CHIP + NOUN
pan | shop
fish and chips > Special page at FOOD
computer, silicon | graphics, memory, microprocessor
VERB + CHIP
make, manufacture, produce | design, develop | use
This computer uses the DX chip.
CHIP + VERB
a chip containing the coding devices
CHIP + NOUN
design, technology | set
a Pentium-compatible chip set
on a/the ~
Advances in chip technology have made it possible to pack even more circuits on a chip. > Special page at COMPUTER
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