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Synonyms for chip

Synonyms for chip

a small fragment of something broken off from the whole

a triangular wooden float attached to the end of a log line

a piece of dried bovine dung

a thin crisp slice of potato fried in deep fat

a mark left after a small piece has been chopped or broken off of something

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a small disk-shaped counter used to represent money when gambling

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(golf) a low running approach shot

the act of chipping something

cut a nick into

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play a chip shot

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form by chipping

break a small piece off from

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A dessicator will give more of a chewy treat rather than a true chip.
The government and industry are helping build a local cluster of chip design, testing and manufacturing activities.
When sawmills are balancing demand for smooth surface, high yield lumber against chip size, lumber quality will win every time," said Fuller.
CHIP OFF THE OLD BODY Shuler coined the term animal-on-a-chip in 1999, when he, Baxter, and their colleagues were devising microversions of Shuler's tabletop setups.
Club-goers in Barcelona, Spain, now use a similar chip like a smart card to speed their drink orders and payments.
Our SoCMosaic custom chip HW/SW co-development strategy builds on our SoCMosaic custom chip fast, time-to-market approach for IP-rich custom SoCs.
The contenders in our ``Chip Bowl'' included newly introduced Tostitos Scoops, a white corn tortilla chip that refers to itself as the ``the dip lover's chip''; Fritos Scoops, which laud themselves as specially made for dipping; and classics including Mission Premium White Corn Tortilla Triangles and Ruffles Original Potato Chips.
In marked contrast to the debacle of the 1GHz Pentium III introduction, where that chip was introduced yet unavailable to OEMs for six months, Intel officials indicated that the chips will ship to OEMs in volume immediately following the rollout.
In the thicket of the Carolina Lowlands, the whirring buzz and grind of a lone chip mill disturbs the summer symphony of rustling branches, crickets and the guttural call of wild turkeys.
CHIP was founded in 1966 by a group of owners who were facing similar plights, meeting in courthouse halls and through their attorneys to discuss their problems and help each other.
Three small chip makers are looking to put an end to Intel's dominance of the high-end microprocessor market.
But fat-free chip technology is still developing (they're mostly baked or microwaved), so let taste be your guide.
Intel has no plans to bring this exact chip designed with floating point cores to market.
This new chip design uses a revolutionary wafer thin enough to maximize the performance of both the computing and communications components.