Chop

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English

Noun

Chop (plural Chops)
  1. A cut of meat, often containing a section of a rib.
  2. A blow with an axe, cleaver, or similar utensil.
  3. (martial arts) A blow delivered with the hand rigid and outstretched.
  4. Ocean waves, generally caused by wind, distinguished from swell by being smaller and not lasting as long.
  5. (poker) A hand where two or more players have an equal-valued hand, resulting in the chips being shared equally between them.
  6. (informal, with "the") Termination, especially from employment.
  7. An official stamp or seal.
  8. Mark indicating nature, quality, or brand.

Verb

Chop (third-person singular simple present chops, present participle chopping, simple past and past participle chopped)

  1. (transitive) To cut into pieces with short, vigorous cutting motions.
  2. (transitive) To sever with an axe or similar implement.
  3. (transitive, baseball) To hit the ball downward so that it takes a high bounce.
  4. (poker) To divide the pot (or tournament prize) between two or more players.

Adjectives for Chop

breaded; congealed; dripping; double; evenly-browned; fat; juicy; oozing; bony; shriveled.

Verbs for Chop

broil —; butter —; devour —; digest — dine on —; enjoy —; garnish —; grill — heat —; pepper —; preserve —; relish — roast —; salt —; savor —; season —; trim—; — burns; —simmers; — sizzles; — steams.

Adverbs for Chop

savagely; vigorously; ambitiously; hurriedly; leisurely; grimly; regularly; ineffectively; monotonously; continuously.

Synonyms for Chop

Derived terms

Thesaurus

slice, slit, slog, slops, slug, smack, smash, snip, sock, spank, split, straw, stroke, sunder, surf, surge, swat, swell, swerve, swill, swing, swipe, tack, take a turn, tattoo, tear, temple, thump, thwack, tidal bore, tidal wave, tide wave, tooth, trough, tsunami, turn, turn aside, turn into, turn the corner, undergo a change, undulation, unilaterality, vary, veal chop, veal cutlet, veer, warp, washboard, water wave, wave, wavelet, whack, wheat, white horses, whitecaps, whittle, whop, worsen, yerk, alter, ameliorate, amputate, ax, bang, bank, barley, bash, bat, be changed, be converted into, be renewed, beam, beating, belt, biff, billow, bird seed, bisect, blaze, blow, bonk, border, bore, bottom out, box, bran, break, breakers, broadside, broken ground, broken water, buffet, bust, butcher, carve, cat food, change, checker, cheek, chicken feed, chop and change, choppiness, chopping sea, cleave, clip, clout, clump, coast, comb, comber, come about, come around, come round, corduroy, corduroy road, corn, corrugation, crack, crenellate, crenulate, crimp, crop, cube, cut, cut away, cut in two, cut off, cut up, cutlet, dash, degenerate, deteriorate, deviate, dice, dichotomize, dig, dint, dirty water, dissever, diverge, diversify, dog food, drub, drubbing, drumming, eagre, eatage, ensilage, excise, feed, fissure, flank, flop, fodder, forage, fragment, fusillade, gash, goose bumps, goose pimples, gooseflesh, grain, gravity wave, ground swell, hack, halve, hand, handedness, hash, haul around, haunch, hay, heave, heavy sea, heavy swell, hew, hip, hit, horripilation, improve, incise, indent, jab, jag, jibe, jigsaw, jowl, knock, knurl, lance, laterality, lick, lift, lop, machicolate, make mincemeat of, many-sidedness, mash, meal, meliorate, mill, mince, mitigate, modulate, multilaterality, mutate, mutton chop, nick, notch, oats, pare, paste, pasturage, pasture, peak, pelt, pet food, picot, pink, planking, plunk, poke, popple, pork chop, pound, profile, provender, prune, punch, quarter, rap, rend, revive, riffle, ripple, rise, rive, roll, roller, rough, rough water, sandpaper, saw, scallop, scarify, scend, scissor, score, scotch, scratch, scratch feed, sea, send, serrate, sever, shift, shore, side, siding, silage, slam, slap, slash,

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Etymology

  1. Middle English choppen, variant of chappen (to chop). Akin to Dutch kappen (to chop, cut, hew), Middle Low German koppen (to cut off, lop, poll), Danish kappe (to cut, lop off, poll), Swedish kapa (to cut), Old English *cippian (only attested in compounds). More at chip.
  2. Hindi छाप (ćhāp, stamp)

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Nigerian Pidgin

Verb

chop

  1. eat