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chip /tʃɪp/ noun [countable]
microchip /ˈmaɪkrəʊˌtʃɪp $ -kroʊ-/ (also chip) noun [countable]

خرده چوب ، پریدگی فلز ، لپ پریده کردن یا شدن ، ژتن ، ریزه ، تراشه ، مهره ای که دربازی نشان برد وباخت است ، ژتون ، ورقه شدن ، رنده کردن ، (بصورت جمع) سیب زمینی سرخ کرده ، علوم مهندسی: خرده چوب ، کامپیوتر: تراشه ، معماری: تراشه ، ورزش: پاس بلند قوسی ، علوم هوایی: خرده فلزی که قابل رویت که از موتور یا سایر دستگاهها جدا شده باشد ، علوم نظامی: زدگی فلز لب پریدگی
مهندسی صنایع: کندن تکه ای از چیزی ، تکه ، خرد کردن به قطعات کوچک، حجاری کردن ، قلمکاری ، کنده کاری ، قلم زنی ، لب پر شدن ، ورقه ورقه شدن
قطعه کوچک ، تراشه الکترونیک: تراشه ، کامپیوتر: تراشه ، خرده چوب ، علوم مهندسی: پاس بلند قوسی ، فوتبال ، : ورزشی: خرده فلزی که قابل رویت که از موتور یا سایر دستگاهها جدا شده باشد ، هواپیمایی: خرده چوب ، تراشه ، معماری: خرده چوب ، پریدگی فلز ، زدگی فلز لب پریدگی ، علوم نظامی: لپ پریده کردن یا شدن ، ژتن ، ریزه ، تراشه ، مهره ای که دربازی نشان برد وباخت است ، ژتون ، ورقه شدن ، رنده کردن ،( بصورت جمع )سیب زمینی سرخ کرده کامپیوتر: تراشه کامپیوتر: تراشه

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- scratch, fragment, nick, notch, shard, shaving, sliver, wafer
- nick, chisel, damage, gash, whittle

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. chip1 S2 W3 /tʃɪp/ noun [countable]
[Language: Old English; Origin: cipp, cyp 'small piece of wood', from Latin cippus 'sharp post']

a) British English [usually plural] a long thin piece of potato cooked in oil Synonym : French fry American English:
fish and chips
a bag of chips
b) American English [usually plural] a thin flat round piece of food such as potato cooked in very hot oil and eaten cold Synonym : crisp British English:
a bag of potato chips

2. COMPUTER a small piece of silicon that has a set of complicated electrical connections on it and is used to store and process information in computers:
the age of the silicon chip
chip technology

3. PIECE a small piece of wood, stone, metal etc that has been broken off something:
Wood chips covered the floor of the workshop.
a chocolate chip cookie (=one that contains small pieces of chocolate)

4. MARK a small hole or mark on a plate, cup etc where a piece has broken off
chip in
There’s a chip in this bowl.

5. have a chip on your shoulder to easily become offended or angry because you think you have been treated unfairly in the past

6. when the chips are down spoken in a serious or difficult situation, especially one in which you realize what is really true or important:
When the chips are down, you’ve only got yourself to depend on.

7. be a chip off the old block informal to be very similar to your mother or father in appearance or character

8. GAME [usually plural] a small flat coloured piece of plastic used in games such as poker or blackjack to represent a particular amount of money

9. SPORT (also chip shot, chip kick) a hit in golf, or a kick in football or rugby, that makes the ball go high into the air for a short distance

10. have had your chips British English informal to be in a situation in which you no longer have any hope of improvement
blue chip, ⇒ cash in your chips at cash in(3)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. chip2 verb (past tense and past participle chipped, present participle chipping)

1. ACCIDENTALLY BREAK (SOMETHING) [I, T] if you chip something, or if it chips, a small piece of it breaks off accidentally:
Gary fell and chipped one of his front teeth.
He chipped a bone in his knee and was carried off the pitch.
These plates chip really easily.
chip off
The paint had chipped off the gate.

2. REMOVE SOMETHING [I, T always + adv/prep] to remove something, especially something hard that is covering a surface, by hitting it with a tool so that small pieces break off:
Archaeologists were carefully chipping away at the rock.
Chip out the plaster with a steel chisel.

3. SPORT [transitive] to hit a golf ball or kick a football or a rugby ball so that it goes high into the air for a short distance:
United scored just before half-time when Adcock cleverly chipped the ball over the keeper.

4. POTATOES [transitive] British English to cut potatoes into thin pieces ready to be cooked in hot oil
chip away at something phrasal verb
to gradually make something less effective or destroy it:
Writers such as Voltaire and Diderot were chipping away at the foundations of society.
Fears about the future chipped away at her sense of well-being.
chip in phrasal verb

1. to interrupt a conversation by saying something that adds more detail
chip in with
Other committee members chipped in with suggestions.
‘It won’t be easy,’ Jeff chipped in.
I’d just like to chip in, Bill, if I might.

2. if each person in a group chips in, they each give a small amount of money so that they can buy something together:
We all chipped in to buy Amy a graduation present.
chip in (with) something
Fifty-two people in the music industry each chipped in $250 apiece.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. microchip /ˈmaɪkrəʊˌtʃɪp $ -kroʊ-/ (also chip) noun [countable]
a very small piece of silicon containing a set of electronic parts, which is used in computers and other machines:
Japan’s largest producer of microchips
the microchip industry

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. (usually chips) long thin piece of fried potato
ADJ. greasy | frozen, oven-ready
QUANT. bag, plate
VERB + CHIP eat, have All he'll eat is chips.
live on I never cook anything grand?we live on chips and baked beans.
cook, fry
CHIP + NOUN pan | shop
PHRASES and/with chips fish and chips
 ⇒ Special page at FOOD

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. microchip
ADJ. computer, silicon | graphics, memory, microprocessor
VERB + CHIP make, manufacture, produce | design, develop | use This computer uses the DX chip.
CHIP + VERB contain sth a chip containing the coding devices
CHIP + NOUN design, technology | set a Pentium-compatible chip set
PREP. on a/the ~ Advances in chip technology have made it possible to pack even more circuits on a chip.
 ⇒ Special page at COMPUTER

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. badly She fell and chipped her tooth quite badly.
away He was chipping away at the stone. (figurative) They chipped away at the power of the government (= gradually made it weaker).
PREP. off We chipped the paint off the wood.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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