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chip (sth) in

informal
verb [I or T] uk phrasal verb with chip   /tʃɪp/ (-pp-) us  
C2 to give some money when several people are giving money to pay for something together: They all chipped in £100 and bought their mother a trip to Greece.
Translations of “chip (sth) in”
in Chinese (Traditional) 共同支付, 湊錢,湊份子…
in Chinese (Simplified) 共同支付, 凑钱,凑份子…
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