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Translation of "chip" - English-Turkish dictionary

chip

noun [C]     /tʃɪp/
POTATO UK ( US french fry)
A1 a long, thin piece of potato that is cooked in oil cips [usually plural] fish and chips Forms of potatoes as food
IN BAG US ( UK crisp)
a very thin, dry, fried slice of potato kızarmış patates cipsi [usually plural] barbecue-flavoured potato chips Forms of potatoes as food
COMPUTER
B2 a microchip (= very small part of a computer that stores information) çip, bilgisayarda bilgi depolanan çip Computer hardware
SMALL PIECE
a small piece that has broken off something parça, yonga, kıymık wood chipsWords meaning small pieces and amounts
HOLE
a place where a small piece has broken off something kırık, çentik, kırılan yer, kıymık kopan yer This cup has a chip in it.Holes, hollows and dips
(Definition of chip noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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