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Chookies

tʃʊk

Meanings of Chookies:

noun

A chicken or fowl.

Usage examples:

Our neighbour can be heard yelling for her roaming chooks to come home each day

Meanings of Choom:

noun

An english person.

Usage examples:

There was the belief that the diggers were better fighters than the chooms

Choose

tʃuːz

Meanings of Choose:

verb

Pick out (someone or something) as being the best or most appropriate of two or more alternatives.

Usage examples:

He chose a seat facing the door

Meanings of Choose up:

phrasal verb

Form sides, as for a game

Meanings of Choosers:

idiom

Said when you recognize that you must accept an offer or a situation because it is the only one available to you

Usage examples:

I would have preferred a house of my own rather than sharing, but beggars can't be choosers, i supp…

Chooses

tʃuːz

Meanings of Chooses:

verb

Pick out (someone or something) as being the best or most appropriate of two or more alternatives.

Usage examples:

He chose a seat facing the door

Meanings of Choosier:

adjective

Taking excessive care when making a choice.

Usage examples:

She's become very choosy about food

Choosiest

ˈtʃuːzi

Meanings of Choosiest:

adjective

Taking excessive care when making a choice.

Usage examples:

She's become very choosy about food

Meanings of Choosing:

verb

Pick out (someone or something) as being the best or most appropriate of two or more alternatives.

Usage examples:

He chose a seat facing the door

Present participle of choose

Choosy

ˈtʃuːzi

Meanings of Choosy:

adjective

Taking excessive care when making a choice.

Usage examples:

She's become very choosy about food

Chop

tʃɒp

Meanings of Chop:

verb

Cut (something) into pieces with repeated sharp blows of an axe or knife.

Usage examples:

They chopped up the pulpit for firewood
noun

A downward cutting blow or movement, typically with the hand.

Usage examples:

An effective chop to the back of the neck

Meanings of Chop and change:

idiom

To keep changing your ideas, opinions, activities, or job

Usage examples:

After six months of chopping and changing, we've decided to go back to our old system.

Chop shop

ˈtʃɒp ˌʃɒp

Meanings of Chop shop:

noun

A place where stolen vehicles are dismantled so that the parts can be sold or used to repair other stolen vehicles.

Usage examples:

Police officers raided a chop shop yesterday, arresting thirteen people

Meanings of Chop up:

phrasal verb

Cut into pieces

Meanings of Chop-chop:

exclamation

Be quick!

Usage examples:

Lets go! chop chop!
adverb

Quickly.

Usage examples:

They decided that pictures were needed, and chop-chop
noun

Misappropriation or embezzlement of funds.

Usage examples:

Some public institutions are seen as mere avenues for chop-chop
verb

To cut something into pieces with a sharp tool, such as an ax

Usage examples:

Cal went out to chop some wood for the fireplace., chop the ends off the carrots., she chopped up s…

Chop-off

tʃɒp

Meanings of Chop-off:

phrasal verb

To cut off part of something with a sharp tool

Usage examples:

Two of his fingers were chopped off in the accident.

Meanings of Chopfallen:

adjective

With one's lower jaw hanging due to extreme exhaustion or dejection.

Usage examples:

Some mocked the evacuation itself, as with one writer who ridiculed it as a ‘sudden and chop-fallen…

Chophouse

ˈtʃɒp.haʊs

Meanings of Chophouse:

noun

A restaurant that specializes in steaks, chops, and similar fare.

Usage examples:

Slices of meat the size of individual portions, they were in their way forerunners of hamburgers, s…

Chopper

ˈtʃɒp.ər

Meanings of Chopper:

noun

A short axe with a large blade.

Usage examples:

The word is also often applied to a fire engine, equipped with a number of burly men wielding chopp…

Choppier

ˈtʃɒp.i

Meanings of Choppier:

adjective

(of a sea, lake, or river) having many small waves.

Usage examples:

Sea conditions are often very choppy

Choppiest

ˈtʃɒpi

Meanings of Choppiest:

adjective

(of a sea, lake, or river) having many small waves.

Usage examples:

Sea conditions are often very choppy

Meanings of Choppiness:

noun

The fact or quality of stopping and starting, or changing suddenly many times

Usage examples:

He believes that the recent choppiness in the market is just a seasonal correction., the choppiness…

Choppy

ˈtʃɒpi

Meanings of Choppy:

adjective

(of a sea, lake, or river) having many small waves.

Usage examples:

Sea conditions are often very choppy

Meanings of Chops:

noun

Cut (something) into pieces with repeated sharp blows of an axe or knife.

Usage examples:

They chopped up the pulpit for firewood
plural noun

A person's or animal's mouth or jaws.

Usage examples:

A smack in the chops
phrase

The area of the face surrounding the mouth of a person or an animal

Usage examples:

A dog licking its chops, i'll give him a smack in the chops if he doesn't shut up., he walked up to…

Meanings of Chopstick:

noun

Each of a pair of small, thin, tapered sticks of wood, ivory, or plastic, held together in one hand and used as eating utensils especially by the chinese and the japanese.

Usage examples:

There are metal forks and spoons, melamine chinese spoons and plastic chopsticks.

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