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Chinned

-tʃɪnd

Meanings of Chinned:

verb

Hit or punch (someone) on the chin.

Usage examples:

He looked about ready to chin someone
suffix

Having a particular type of chin

Usage examples:

Square-chinned

Meanings of Chinning:

verb

Hit or punch (someone) on the chin.

Usage examples:

He looked about ready to chin someone
noun

A member of a people of south-western burma (myanmar) and neighbouring parts of india and bangladesh.

Usage examples:

Myanmar's population is divided primarily into seven separate administrative states, in addition to…
adjective

Relating to the chin or their language.

Usage examples:

But, by the grace of god, the first chin converts were registered as christians by carson in 1904, …

Chino

ˈtʃʌɪnəʊ

Meanings of Chino:

noun

A cotton twill fabric, typically khaki-coloured.

Usage examples:

The hat is enzyme bio-washed chino twill with silicone softeners, low profile, six panels with sewn…
combining form

Equivalent to sino-.

Chinoiserie

ʃɪnˈwɑː.zə.ri

Meanings of Chinoiserie:

noun

A decorative style in western art, furniture, and architecture, especially in the 18th century, characterized by the use of chinese motifs and techniques.

Usage examples:

Hand-painted chinoiserie wallpaper

Meanings of Chinologist:

noun

An expert on, or specialist in the study of, chinese language, history, and culture.

Chinook

tʃɪˈnʊk

Meanings of Chinook:

noun

A warm dry wind which blows down the east side of the rocky mountains at the end of winter.

Usage examples:

In alberta, canada, those complaints revolve around chinooks, the warm winds that sweep the area du…
adjective

Relating to the chinook or their language.

Usage examples:

Even lewis and clark, returning through the cascades in 1806, stopped at a nearly deserted chinook …

Chinooks

tʃɪˈnuːk

Meanings of Chinooks:

noun

A warm dry wind which blows down the east side of the rocky mountains at the end of winter.

Usage examples:

In alberta, canada, those complaints revolve around chinooks, the warm winds that sweep the area du…
adjective

Relating to the chinook or their language.

Usage examples:

Even lewis and clark, returning through the cascades in 1806, stopped at a nearly deserted chinook …

Chinos

ˈtʃiː.nəʊz

Meanings of Chinos:

noun

A cotton twill fabric, typically khaki-coloured.

Usage examples:

The hat is enzyme bio-washed chino twill with silicone softeners, low profile, six panels with sewn…
plural noun

Cotton pants, often of a pale color

Chinquapin

ˈtʃɪŋkəpɪn

Meanings of Chinquapin:

noun

A north american chestnut tree.

Usage examples:

They're also checking related species - chestnuts, beeches, and chinquapins - as well as rhododendr…

Chintz

tʃɪn(t)s

Meanings of Chintz:

noun

Printed multicoloured cotton fabric with a glazed finish, used for curtains and upholstery.

Usage examples:

Floral chintz curtains

Chintzes

tʃɪn(t)s

Meanings of Chintzes:

noun

Printed multicoloured cotton fabric with a glazed finish, used for curtains and upholstery.

Usage examples:

Floral chintz curtains

Chintzier

ˈtʃɪn(t)si

Meanings of Chintzier:

adjective

Of, like, or decorated with chintz.

Usage examples:

A pretty, chintzy fabric

Meanings of Chintziest:

adjective

Of, like, or decorated with chintz.

Usage examples:

A pretty, chintzy fabric

Chintzy

ˈtʃɪnt.si

Meanings of Chintzy:

adjective

Of, like, or decorated with chintz.

Usage examples:

A pretty, chintzy fabric

Chinwag

ˈtʃɪn.wæɡ

Meanings of Chinwag:

noun

A chat.

Usage examples:

It was time they got together for a good old chinwag
verb

Have a chat.

Usage examples:

He sent her to chinwag with the chiefs

Chionodoxa

ˌkʌɪənəˈdɒksə

Meanings of Chionodoxa:

noun

A bulbous eurasian plant of the lily family, with early blooming blue flowers.

Usage examples:

Nigel also asks if these pests attack the roots of bulbs such as chionodoxa, muscari and fritillaria.

Chip

tʃɪp

Meanings of Chip:

noun

A small piece of something removed in the course of chopping, cutting, or breaking a hard material such as wood or stone.

Usage examples:

Mulch the shrubs with cedar chips
verb

Cut or break (a small piece) from a hard material.

Usage examples:

We had to chip ice off the upper deck

Meanings of Chip away at:

phrasal verb

Remove or withdraw gradually: "these new customs are chipping away at the quality of life"

Meanings of Chip in:

phrasal verb

Contribute to some cause

Meanings of Chip off the old block:

phrase

Someone who resembles their parent in character or appearance.

Usage examples:

She smiled at jimmy, a chip off the old block with his grey eyes and a bit of his dad's twinkle
idiom

Someone who is very similar in character to their father or mother

Chip-away

tʃɪp

Meanings of Chip-away:

phrasal verb

To gradually break off small pieces or parts of something

Usage examples:

He used a chisel to chip away the rock., we found a mass of concrete and slowly chipped it away to …

Chipboard

ˈtʃɪpbɔːd

Meanings of Chipboard:

noun

Material made in rigid sheets from compressed wood chips and resin, often coated or veneered, used in furniture, buildings, etc.

Usage examples:

‘aye, aye, cap'n,’ i salute, as nutter, andy and clem start to shift the new counters - all mdf, ch…

Chipewyan

ˌtʃɪpəˈwʌɪən

Meanings of Chipewyan:

noun

A member of a dene people of north-western canada.

Usage examples:

I have yet to encounter a chipewyan with any interest in the question’.
adjective

Relating to the chipewyan or their language.

Usage examples:

Treeline is one of the few facilities that replaces the motors on its boats every year, and its reg…

Chipmunk

ˈtʃɪpmʌŋk

Meanings of Chipmunk:

noun

A burrowing ground squirrel with cheek pouches and light and dark stripes running down the body, found in north america and northern eurasia.

Usage examples:

Small mammals, rats, field and house mice, rabbits, pocket gophers, chipmunks and squirrels make up…

Chipmunks

ˈtʃɪp.mʌŋk

Meanings of Chipmunks:

noun

A burrowing ground squirrel with cheek pouches and light and dark stripes running down the body, found in north america and northern eurasia.

Usage examples:

Small mammals, rats, field and house mice, rabbits, pocket gophers, chipmunks and squirrels make up…

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