Translation of chit in Spanish:

chit

Pronunciation: /tʃɪt/

n

  • 1 (receipt) recibo (m), resguardo (m); (note) nota (f); (to exchange for sth) vale (m)
    More example sentences
    • He said: ‘In theory all taxi travel was to be referred up to senior civil servants and had to be signed for on official chits.’
    • They must provide chits to parliamentary officials - and receipts for journeys outside Edinburgh - but it would seem the checks are somewhat lenient.
    • An occasional ‘Evenin’ all’ as you sign your Visa chit will help to convince doubtful cashiers of your authenticity.
  • 2 (young woman) [dated/anticuado] a chit of a girl una mocosa [colloquial/familiar]
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    • A mere chit of a girl, the daughter of her maid servant, who was wearing her daughters’ hand me downs had the audacity to talk back?
    • His only family is an unmarried chit of a girl who is blessed with not much more than an acid tongue and a pretty face…
    • If a chit of a girl can do it, 16 fully grown men should at least try.

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