chit chit  /ˈtʃɪt/


  1. (n) a dismissive term for a girl who is immature or who lacks respect
  2. (n) the bill in a restaurant




  1. And you can get a lot when you trade in that last chit.
  2. Bensayah Belkacem, an Algerian thought to be at the center of a Bosnia-based terror group, had the number of Abu Zubaydah on a chit of paper in his apartment.
  3. If the treatment requires medicine, the doctor writes a chit for anything from aspirin to penicillin.



  1. "The chit-chat about 'Is he going to win every golf tournament this year,' that's frustrating stuff to hear," Ogilvy said.
    on Mar 24, 2008 By: Geoff Ogilvy Source: FOXNews

  2. He said Obama calls him often "to chit chat," as do Hillary and Bill Clinton.
    on Apr 30, 2008 By: Barack Obama Source: NPR

  3. "But go areas does not mean clean chit for clearance. In such zones, environment nod will be given if green conditions are met.Otherwise it can be no zone as well," Ramesh said.
    on Jul 8, 2010 By: Jairam Ramesh Source: Business Standard

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