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Translation of "chip" - English-Portuguese dictionary

chip

noun
 
/tʃɪp/
A1 UK ( US French fry) a long, thin piece of potato that is cooked in oil
batata frita
fish and chips
US ( UK crisp) a thin, dry slice of fried potato
batatinha frita (em saco)
a very small part of a computer that stores information
chip
a thin, dry slice of fried potato
batatas fritas (cortadas em fatias bem finas)
A1 UK ( US French fry) a long, thin piece of potato that is cooked in oil
batata frita
fish and chips
have a chip on your shoulder to blame other people for something bad that has happened to you and continue to feel angry about it
ter complexo de inferioridade
She’s always had a real chip on her shoulder because she didn’t go to university.
(Definition of chip noun from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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