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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “chip”

chip

noun [C usually plural] (FRIED FOOD)
油炸食品
 
 
/tʃɪp/
UK (US french fry) a long thin piece of potato that is fried and usually eaten hot
炸薯條
fish and chips
炸魚薯條
beans/egg/sausage and chips
豆子/雞蛋/香腸加薯條
oven chips (= chips that are baked in a cooker)
烤薯條
Forms of potatoes as foodSandwiches and snacks
US for crisp noun
炸薯片
a bag of chips
一包炸薯片
Forms of potatoes as foodSandwiches and snacks
a thin slice of fried maize, banana or other food which is eaten cold
炸玉米片(或香蕉片等)
banana chips
炸香蕉片
Sandwiches and snacks
(Definition of chip noun (FRIED FOOD) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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