chipping, present participle; chipped, past participle; chips, 3rd person singular present; chipped, past tense;
Cut or break (a small piece) from the edge or surface of a hard material
we had to chip ice off the upper deck
(of a material or object) Break at the edge or on the surface
the paint had chipped off the gate
Cut pieces off (a hard material) to alter its shape or break it up
it required a craftsman to chip the blocks of flint to the required shape
she chipped away at the ground outside the door
(in golf, soccer, and other sports) Kick or strike (a ball or shot) to produce a short lobbed shot or pass
he chipped a superb shot
(chip) bit: a small fragment of something broken off from the whole; "a bit of rock caught him in the eye"
(chip) break off (a piece from a whole); "Her tooth chipped"
(chip) a triangular wooden float attached to the end of a log line
(chip) nick: cut a nick into
(chip) a piece of dried bovine dung
play a chip shot
Chromatin Immunoprecipitation (ChIP) is a type of immunoprecipitation experimental technique used to investigate the interaction between proteins and DNA in the cell. ...
(Chip (CDMA)) In digital communications, a chip is a pulse of a direct-sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) code, such as a pseudo-noise code sequence used in direct-sequence code division multiple access (CDMA) channel access techniques.
(CHIP (magazine)) CHIP is a computer and communications magazine published by the CHIP Holding (formerly Vogel Burda Holding GmbH) in 15 countries of Europe and Asia. The German edition of CHIP was launched in September 1978 and is one of Germany's oldest and largest computer magazines with 418. ...
(Chip (Power Rangers)) The Mystic Rangers are a fictional team of superheroes in the television show ''''. ...
(CHIP (programming language)) CHIP (Constraint Handling in Prolog) is a constraint logic programming language developed by M. Dincbas in 1985. It is used to tell an object what to do.
(Chipping (Lancashire)) Chipping is a village and civil parish of the borough of Ribble Valley, Lancashire, England, within the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. In the 2001 census, the parish had a population of 1,046.
(chip) A small piece broken from a larger piece of solid material; A damaged area of a surface where a chip has been broken off; A token used in place of cash in gambling; A circuit fabricated in one piece on a small, thin substrate; A thin, crisp, baked piece of vegetable, usually potato; A ...
(Chip) A diminutive of the male given names Christopher and Charles
(Chip) A lofted shot played from around the green. Usually played with a pitching wedge or a sand wedge.
(Chip) A single piece of silicon cut from a slice by scribing or breaking. A chip can contain one or more circuits.
(Chip) A tiny piece missing, caused by normal wear and tear, or by cutting.
(Chip) A very small square of semi-conducting material. Also known as a “die,” it is the “active” light-emitting component of an LED.
(Chip) Pasture muffins that you try not to step in.
(Chip) an individual circuit or component of a silicon wafer, the lead-less form of an electronic component.
(chip) blocking a shot with underspin.
(Chip) in the context of CDMA is distinct from bit and refers to binary digits transmitted over the RF link. The chip rate in IS-95 is 1.2288 MHz (thus allowing adequate guard bands to permit the carriers to be spaced 1.25 MHz apart). ...
(chip) A tiny wafer of silicon containing miniature electric circuits that can store millions of bits of information.
(Chip) Small piece of wood used to make pulp. Chips are made either from wood waste in a sawmill or pulpwood operation, or from pulpwood specifically cut for this purpose. Chips are larger and coarser than sawdust.
(Chip) A short shot played from very close to and around the green, that is intended for the ball to travel through the air over a very short distance and roll the remainder of the way to the hole.