- n a small fragment of something broken off from the whole
- n a triangular wooden float attached to the end of a log line
- n a piece of dried bovine dung
- n a thin crisp slice of potato fried in deep fat
- n a mark left after a small piece has been chopped or broken off of something
- n a small disk-shaped counter used to represent money when gambling
- n electronic equipment consisting of a small crystal of a silicon semiconductor fabricated to carry out a number of electronic functions in an integrated circuit
- n (golf) a low running approach shot
- n the act of chipping something
- v break off (a piece from a whole)
Her tooth chipped
- v cut a nick into
- v play a chip shot
- v form by chipping
They chipped their names in the stone
- v break a small piece off from
chip the glass
chip a tooth
- If someone proposed injecting a computer chip in your arm and said it could save your life, would you do it? As Orwellian as it sounds, VeriChip is betting this will be a billion .
- Recession and an industrywide supply glut threatens to decimate manufacturers of memory chips, a key component of consumer electronics products.
- Tiny radio frequency identification (RFID) computer chips with the needles used to implant them under the skin sit next to a dime for scale.
- Barack Obama in FOXNews
This is not a Republican problem or a Democratic problem at this stage,Obama said. "It is an American problem and we're going to all have to chip in and do what the American people expect."
- Clint Dempsey in The Associated Press
I couldn't chip it over the keeper, so I just tried to hit it under him â€” hit it hard,Dempsey said.
- Ruth Bader Ginsburg in Canada.com
In dissent, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said the ruling "cannot be understood as anything other than an effort to chip away at a right declared again and again by this court."