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Chink British & World English

A Chinese person

chink1 British & World English

A narrow opening, typically one that admits light

chink2 British & World English

Make or cause to make a light, high-pitched ringing sound, as of glasses or coins striking together

a chink in someone's armour in chink1 British & World English

A weak point in someone’s character or arguments which makes them vulnerable to attack

a chink in someone's armour British & World English

A weak point in someone’s character or arguments which makes them vulnerable to attack

chink1 English Thesaurus

the sun had found a chink in the clouds

chink2 English Thesaurus

I heard her bracelets chinking as she walked away

chink English-Spanish

grieta f, abertura f

her opponents have found a chink in her armor in armor English-Spanish

sus adversarios le han encontrado el punto flaco

a chink of light entered through the shutters in chink English-Spanish

la luz entraba por las rendijas de la persiana