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chop1 British & World English

Cut (something) into pieces with repeated sharp blows of an axe or knife

chop2 British & World English

Change one’s opinions or behaviour repeatedly and abruptly

chop3 British & World English

A trademark; a brand of goods

chop English Thesaurus

chop the potatoes into bite-sized pieces

chop-chop British & World English

Quickly; quick

the chop British & World English

Dismissal from employment

chop shop British & World English

A place where stolen vehicles are dismantled so that the parts can be sold or used to repair other stolen vehicles

chop suey British & World English

A Chinese-style dish of meat stewed and fried with bean sprouts, bamboo shoots, and onions, and served with rice

chop logic British & World English

Argue in a tiresomely pedantic way; quibble

karate-chop British & World English

Strike sharply with the side of the hand

chop something off in chop1 British & World English

Remove something by cutting

the chop in chop1 British & World English

Dismissal from employment

chop logic in chop1 British & World English

Argue in a tiresomely pedantic way; quibble

chap-fallen British & World English

With one’s lower jaw hanging due to extreme exhaustion or dejection

chop-fallen in chap-fallen British & World English

With one’s lower jaw hanging due to extreme exhaustion or dejection

chopsocky British & World English

Kung fu or a similar martial art, especially as depicted in violent action films

mutton chops British & World English

The whiskers on a man’s cheek when shaped like a meat chop, narrow at the top and broad and rounded at the bottom

the chop in chop English Thesaurus

hundreds of workers have been given the chop

mutton chop whiskers in mutton chops British & World English

The whiskers on a man’s cheek when shaped like a meat chop, narrow at the top and broad and rounded at the bottom