chapping, present participle; chapped, past participle; chaps, 3rd person singular present; chapped, past tense;
(of the skin) Become cracked, rough, or sore, typically through exposure to cold weather
(of the wind or cold) Cause (skin) to crack in this way
The lower jaw or half of the cheek, esp. that of a pig used as food
a boy or man; "that chap is your host"; "there's a fellow at the door"; "he's a likable cuss"; "he's a good bloke"
crack due to dehydration; "My lips chap in this dry weather"
crevice: a long narrow depression in a surface
a crack in a lip caused usually by cold
(usually in the plural) leather leggings without a seat; joined by a belt; often have flared outer flaps; worn over trousers by cowboys to protect their legs
The Chap is a British magazine published six times a year and related books edited by Gustav Temple, proposing a return to a dandified way of life, involving tweed, pipe smoking, brogues and finely pressed trousers. ...
The Chap are an experimental pop band from London. Their music is a mix of rock and pop with small quantities of almost every other genre thrown in for good measure. They are known for their energetic live shows which often end with exploding violins and cellos.
Chaps (or) are sturdy coverings for the legs consisting of leggings and a belt. They are buckled on over trousers with the chaps' integrated belt, but unlike trousers they have no seat and are not joined at the crotch. ...
(CHAPS) The Clearing House Automated Payment System or CHAPS is a British company established in London in 1984, which offers same-day sterling and euro fund transfers. CHAPS is a member of the trade organisation APACS, and the EU-area settlement system TARGET.
(CHAPS (health organisation)) CHAPS (formerly the Community HIV/AIDS Prevention Strategy) is a partnership of UK gay men's health promotion organisations. It is currently funded to operate in England and Wales by the Department of Health and is administered by Terrence Higgins Trust.
a customer, a buyer; a man or fellow; Of the skin, to split or flake due to cold weather or dryness; To strike, knock
(Chaps) Pronounced "shaps," these are leggings worn by cowboys as protection against the weather and brush, and are usually made of leather.
(chaps) abbreviation of 'chapters'
(Chaps) Long leather leggings worn by cowboys over their pants for protection against cactus and other range plants.
(CHAPS) A real time funds clearing system used to process payments.
(CHAPS) An electronic transfer of money from the factor to the client. This method will deliver cleared funds to your account on the day of the transfer. The charge for this transfer varies between companies but expect to pay in the region of £30 plus VAT for each transfer.
(CHAPS) Clearing House Automated Payment System. Another electronic means by which you can receive money from your Factor. Same day transfer & clearance of funds. There is a charge for this service & it varies from Factor to Factor so make sure & ask how much.
(CHAPS) Clearing House Automated Payment System. This is a same day transfer in the UK, depending on whether you meet the banks cutoff time (generally between 11am and 1pm) If you miss this cutoff then funds will appear the next day, There is generally a charge associated with this transfer and ...
(CHAPS) Cow Herd Analysis and Performance System
(CHAPS) an electronic payment system that guarantees same day payment.
(CHAPS) widely flared leather leggings, worn over blue jeans to accentuate bucking action and protect the rider's legs
(Chaps) Leather leggings worn over the jeans from hips to boots. They are an aid in protecting the legs from brush on the ranch and in keeping the rider’s seat firmly in the saddle.
(Chaps) Leather over-trousers
(Chaps) Leather pants without a seat that are worn over regular pants to protect the legs
(Chaps) Motorcycle clothing accessory designed for leg protection. They’re usually made of leather and are fastened around the waist, with an open back. They snap at the ankles and zip down the legs.