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chapnoun [C or]

uk   /tʃæp/  us   /tʃæp/ (also chappie, chappy) UK informal old-fashioned

chap.noun [C]

written abbreviation for chapter : Chap. 21
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Translations of “chap”
in Korean 녀석…
in Arabic رَجل…
in Malaysian orang…
in French type…
in Russian парень, малый…
in Chinese (Traditional) 男人…
in Italian tipo…
in Turkish adam…
in Polish gość, facet…
in Spanish tipo, tío…
in Vietnamese thằng cha…
in Portuguese cara, tipo…
in Thai ผู้ชาย…
in German der Kerl…
in Catalan paio, tipus…
in Japanese (親しみを込めて男の人を呼ぶときに)やつ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 男人…
in Indonesian orang…
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