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potato chipnoun [C]

uk   /pəˈteɪ.təʊ ˌtʃɪp/  us   /pəˈteɪ.t̬oʊ ˌtʃɪp/ US (also chip, UK crisp)
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potato chipnoun [C usually plural]

 us   /pəˈteɪ·t̬oʊ ˌtʃɪp, -t̬ə/
a very ​thinslice of potato ​fried until ​stiff, and sometimes flavored
(Definition of potato chip from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “potato chip”
in Arabic رُقاقة بَطاطس…
in Korean 감자 튀김, 포테이토칩…
in Portuguese batatas fritas (cortadas em fatias bem finas)…
in Catalan patata fregida…
in Japanese ポテトチップス…
in Chinese (Simplified) 油炸薯片…
in Turkish patates gevreği…
in Russian картофельные чипсы…
in Chinese (Traditional) 油炸薯片…
in Italian patatina fritta…
in Polish chips…
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