chopsticknoun [ C usually plural ]uk /ˈtʃɒp.stɪk/ us /ˈtʃɑːp.stɪk/
Examples from literature
- Each evening, daintily manipulating ivory chopsticks, he ate his supper of rice out of a dragon-bordered bowl.
- On the table are four covered bowls, two very small dishes containing pickles and soy, and a little paper bag in which is a pair of chopsticks.
- To handle our food we had forks and chopsticks, and each guest had a small saucer of soy, or vinegar, at his right hand.
- We ate with chopsticks.