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chip in (something)

(-pp-)
phrasal verb with chip  us   /tʃɪp/ verb [T] (-pp-)
to give some ​money, esp. when several ​people are giving ​money to ​pay for something together: They each chipped in $50 to take ​theirparents out to ​dinner.
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