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Spanish translation of “chip”

chip

verb /tʃip/ (past tense, past participle chipped)
to knock or strike small pieces off
desportillar
This glass (was) chipped when I knocked it over.
chip in phrasal verb to interrupt
intervenir
He chipped in with a remark.
to give (money)
contribuir
He chipped in with a dollar for the gift.
chip off the old block noun (informal) someone who resembles one of their parents in appearance or behaviour/behavior.
Es como su Padre/Madre
Pete’s definitely a chip off the old block – he has the same enthusiasm for all things mechanical.
(Definition of chip from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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