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CHIPS

US [tʃɪps]
UK [tʃɪps]
  • n.碎片;缺损处;油炸土豆条;炸薯条
  • v.打破;弄缺;被损坏;凿下(碎片、屑片)
  • Web芯片;晶片;薯片
Chips
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n.
— see also
blue-chip
1.
(木头、玻璃等的)缺口,缺损处the place from which a small piece of wood, glass, etc. has broken from an object
This mug has a chip in it.
这缸子有个豁口。
2.
(木头、玻璃等破损后留下的)碎屑,碎片,碎渣a small piece of wood, glass, etc. that has broken or been broken off an object
chips of wood
碎木屑
chocolate chip cookies(= biscuits containing small pieces of chocolate)
碎粒巧克力饼干
3.
[usupl]
油炸土豆条;炸薯条a long thin piece of potato fried in oil or fat
All main courses are served with chips or baked potato.
所有的主菜都配有炸土豆条或烤土豆。
4.
油炸土豆片;炸薯片a thin round slice of potato that is fried until hard then dried and eaten cold. Chips are sold in bags and have many different flavours.
potato chips
炸土豆片
5.
(作赌注用的)筹码a small flat piece of plastic used to represent a particular amount of money in some types of gambling
The release of prisoners was used as a bargaining chip .
释放战俘被用作讨价还价的筹码。
6.
(高尔夫球)近穴击球,切削击球;(足球)撮球an act of hitting or kicking a ball high in the air so that it lands within a short distance
IDM
a chip off the old block
(informal)
(相貌或性格)酷似父亲或母亲的人a person who is very similar to their mother or father in the way that they look or behave
have a chip on your shoulder (about sth)
(informal)
(因受过委屈而变得)敏感,好生气to be sensitive about sth that happened in the past and become easily offended if it is mentioned because you think that you were treated unfairly
have had your chips
(informal)
注定要失败(或完蛋)to be in a situation in which you are certain to be defeated or killed
I'm not sure what I'll do when the chips are down.
我拿不准到了关键时刻我会干出些什么事来。
when the chips are down
(informal)
在危急关头;在关键时刻used to refer to a difficult situation in which you are forced to decide what is important to you
I'm not sure what I'll do when the chips are down.
我拿不准到了关键时刻我会干出些什么事来。
v.
1.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
打破;弄缺;被损坏to damage sth by breaking a small piece off it; to become damaged in this way
a badly chipped saucer
破损厉害的碟子
She chipped one of her front teeth.
她锛了一颗门牙。
These plates chip easily.
这些盘子容易破损。
2.
[t]
~ sth + adv./prep.
切下,削下,凿下(碎片、屑片)to cut or break small pieces off sth with a tool
Chip away the damaged area.
把损坏的部分凿掉。
The fossils had been chipped out of the rock.
那些化石已从岩石上被凿了下来。
3.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
撮高(球);近穴击(球)to hit or kick the ball so that it goes high in the air and then lands within a short distance
4.
[t]
~ potatoes
将(土豆)切条油炸to cut potatoes into long thin pieces and fry them in deep oil
5.
[t]
~ sth
(为辨认而在狗或其他动物的皮下)植入微芯片to put a microchip under the skin of a dog or other animal so that it can be identified if it is lost or stolen

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