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chop /tʃɔp/
  • danh từ
    • (như) chap
    • down in the chops
      • ỉu xìu, chán nản, thất vọng
  • danh từ
    • vật bổ ra, miếng chặt ra
    • nhát chặt, nhát bổ (búa chày)
    • (thể dục,thể thao) sự cúp bóng (quần vợt)
    • miếng thịt sườn (lợn, cừu)
    • rơm băm nhỏ
    • mặt nước gợn sóng (vì gió ngược với thuỷ triều)
    • ngoại động từ
      • chặt, đốn, bổ, chẻ
        • to chop wood: bổ củi
        • to chop off someone's head: chặt đầu ai
        • to chop one's way through: đốn cây để lấy đường đi, phát quang để lấy đường đi qua
      • (nghĩa bóng) nói đứt đoạn, nói nhát gừng
      • (+ up) chặt nhỏ, băm nhỏ
      • nội động từ
        • bổ, chặt
          • to chop away: chặt đốn
        • to chop back
          • thình lình trở lại
        • to chop down
          • chặt ngã, đốn ngã
        • to chop in
          • (thông tục) nói chen vào
        • to chop off
          • chặt đứt, đốn cụt
        • to chop out
          • trồi lên trên mặt (địa táng)
        • to chop up
          • chặt nhỏ, băm nhỏ
        • (như) to chop out
        • danh từ
          • gió trở thình lình
          • sóng vỗ bập bềnh
          • (địa lý,địa chất) phay
          • chops and changes
            • những sự đổi thay
        • động từ
          • thay đổi luôn luôn, dao động, không kiến định
            • to chop and change: thay thay đổi đổi
          • (+ round, about) đổi chiều thình lình, trở thình lình (gió)
          • vỗ bập bềnh (sóng biển)
          • to chop logic with someone
            • cãi vã với ai
        • danh từ
          • giấy phép, giấy đăng ký, giấy chứng nhận; giây thông hành, giấy hộ chiếu (An-độ, Trung-quốc)
          • Anh-Ân, (thông tục) of the first chop hạng nhất
            • of the second chop: hạng nhì
        Concise Dictionary
        chopped|chopping|chopstʃɒp
        noun
        +the irregular motion of waves (usually caused by wind blowing in a direction opposite to the tide)
        +a small cut of meat including part of a rib
        +a jaw
        +a tennis return made with a downward motion that puts backspin on the ball
        +a grounder that bounces high in the air
        verb
        +cut into pieces
        +move suddenly
        +strike sharply, as in some sports
        +cut with a hacking tool
        +hit sharply

        Thesaurus Dictionary
        v.
        1 Also, chop away or down or off. cut, hack, hew, lop, crop, cleave, sever:
        Chop away that underbrush. I tried to chop off the end. Don't chop down that tree!
        2 Also, chop up. mince; dice, cube; hash:
        Chop up the parsley very fine before adding it to the sauce.
        n.
        3 cut, blow, stroke:
        With a quick chop of the axe, the branch was severed.
        Advanced English Dictionary
        verb, noun
        + verb (-pp-)
        1 ~ sth (up) (into sth) to cut sth into pieces with a sharp tool such as a knife: [VN] Chop the carrots up into small pieces. + Add the finely chopped onions. + He was chopping logs for firewood. + (figurative) The country was chopped up into small administrative areas. [also V]
        2 [VN] [usually passive] (informal) to reduce sth by a large amount; to stop sth
        Synonym: CUT
        The share price was chopped from 50 pence to 20 pence.
        3 [VN] to hit sth with a short downward stroke or blow
        Idioms: chop and change (BrE, informal) to keep changing your mind or what you are doing
        Phrasal Verbs: chop (away) at sth to aim blows at sth with a heavy sharp tool such as an AXE
        chop sth<->down to make sth, such as a tree, fall by cutting it at the base with a sharp tool
        chop sth<->off (sth) to remove sth by cutting it with a sharp tool: He chopped a branch off the tree. + (informal) Anne Boleyn had her head chopped off.
        + noun
        1 [C] a thick slice of meat with a bone attached to it, especially from a pig or sheep: a pork / lamb chop
        2 [C] an act of cutting sth with a quick downward movement using an AXE or a knife: Give the mushrooms a quick chop before adding them to the pan.
        3 [C] an act of hitting sth with the side of your hand in a quick downward movement: a karate chop
        4 (chops) [pl.] (informal) the part of a person's or an animal's face around the mouth: The dog sat licking its chops.
        Idioms: get / be given the chop (BrE, informal)
        1 (of a person) to be dismissed from a job: The whole department has been given the chop.
        2 (of a plan, project, etc.) to be stopped or ended: Three more schemes have got the chop.
        be for the chop (BrE, informal)
        1 (of a person) to be likely to be dismissed from a job: Who's next for the chop?
        2 (of a plan, project, etc.) to be likely to be stopped or ended
        Collocation Dictionary
        noun

        ADJ.

        lamb, mutton, pork | loin
        pork loin chops

        VERB + CHOP

        eat, have | braise, cook, fry, grill
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