chip

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} yonga
{i} çentik
{i} mikrodevre (bilgisayar)
(Mekanik) talaş
{i} patates kızartması

Bir sürahi bira ve bir porsiyon patates kızartması istiyorum. - I want a pitcher of beer and a portion of chips.

En sevdiğin yemek ne? Mayonezli patates kızartması ve balık. - What's your favorite food? Fish and chips with mayonnaise.

şekil vermek
çip

Patates çipsinin tüm torbasını yememeliydim. - I shouldn't have eaten the whole bag of potato chips.

Bu çipler henüz mevcut değil. - Those chips aren't yet available.

pirinç
ince dilim
tatsız şey
şef
ufalanmak
küçük parça
kırmık
havalandırmak top
yontulmak
çentmek
iz
(patates/vb.) doğramak
yontmak
küçük bir parça koparmak
{i} ufanak
mikroçip
cips

Patates cipsinde çok gıda yok. - There isn't much nutrition in potato chips.

Patates cipsi senin için iyi değildir. - Potato chips are not good for you.

kırıntı
çentilmek
yarık
çizik
{f} ufalan
{f} havalandırmak (top)
{i} para

Hepimiz öğretmenimize bir doğum günü hediyesi almak için para verdik. - We all chipped in to buy our teacher a birthday present.

{i} çoğ., İng. kızarmış patates, patates kızartması, cips
{f} kırılgan olmak
{f} takılmak
önemsiz bir şey
ince dilim halinde kesilmiş yiyecek
{f} budamak
iskambil fiş
lezzetsiz kuru yiyecek
{f} 1. yontmak, çentmek
{f} kırılmak
{i} marka
{f} dilimlemek
{i} çatlak

Tom'un omuzunda bir çatlak var. - Tom has a chip on his shoulder.

{f} alaya almak
{i} çöp
(Nükleer Bilimler) yonga, kırmık,çapak
sepet örücülüğünde kullanılan hasır
kurumuş tezek parçası
küçük kıymetli taş parçası
{i} (Bilgisayar) çip, yonga
{i} fiş
chip breaker
(Mekanik) talaş kırıcı
chip card
(Bilgisayar) akıllı kart
chip in
para vermek
chip in
lafa karışmak
chip in
bağışta bulunmak
chip in with
lafa girmek
chip on one's shoulder
(deyim) öfkesi burnunda olmak
chip pan
(Mekanik) talaş haznesi
chip select signal
(Bilgisayar) yonga seçme sinyali
chip set
(Bilgisayar) yonga kümesi
chip type
(Bilgisayar) yonga türü
chip basket
hasır sepet
chip breaker
yonga bıçağı
chip breaker
talaş kalemi
chip hat
hasır şapka
chip in
söze karışmak
chip in
iştirak etmek
chip in
katıl
chip in
lafa girmek
chip pan
fritöz
chip away
Ortadan kaldırmak, yok etmek

It chips away at their hopes to establish the capital of a future state in the holy city.

chip away at
cip harıl
chip board
chip kurulu
chip removal
talaşlı
chip shot
(Spor) (Futbol) Aşırtma vuruş
chip basket
(isim) hasır sepet
chip bucket
talaş kepçesi
chip card
(smart card) akilli kart
chip in
katılmak
chip in
(deyim) biraz para katarak istirak etmek
chip in
sözünü kesmek
chip in
İng. lafa karışmak
chip in
(deyim) chip in (with sth.) [kd] 2.soze karismak
chip in
(Fiili Deyim ) söze karışmak , para katarak iştirak etmek
chip in
lâfa girmek
chip layout
(Bilgisayar) yonga yerleşim planı
chip layout
yonga yerlesim plani
chip method
chip metodu
chip off
parçalara ayrılmak
chip off
ufalanmak
chip off
ufalamak
chip on the shoulder
(deyim) öfkeli olmak
chip select
(Bilgisayar) yonga seçme
chip select signal
yonga secme sinyali
chip set
yonga kumesi
chocolate chip
çikolatalı
chips
{i} cips

Patates cipsinde çok gıda yok. - There isn't much nutrition in potato chips.

Bu patates cipsi, size daha fazlasını istetecek kadar yeterince iyi. - These potato chips are good enough to make you want more.

blue chip
(Denizcilik) Risk taşımayan, güvenilir hisse senedi
a chip of the old block
babasının oğlu
chipping
taş parçaları
chips
mikroçip
a chip off the old block
(deyim) armut dibine düşer
blue chip
(Ticaret) değerli şirket hissesi
blue chip stock
(Denizcilik) Risk taşımayan, güvenilir hisse senedi
chipped
yontulmak
chipped
yontma
chipped
ufalanmış
chipping
yontma
chipping
(Otomotiv) küçük hasar
chipping
kırıntı
chipping
kıyma
chipping
çentme
chipping
çakıl taşı
chipping
(İnşaat) parçalanma
chipping
yonga
chipping
(İnşaat) çapak temizleme
chipping
yongalama
chipping
(Otomotiv) pullanma ve ufalanma
chipping
ufalanarak
chips
(Gıda) kızarmış patates
continuous chip
(Mekanik) akma talaş
welding chip
kaynak çapağı
a chip off the old block
hık demiş burnundan düşmüş
a chip off the old block
(anasını/atasını) iteleyip yerinde durmuş
blue chip
güvenilir hisse senedi
chipping
{f} ufalan
chipping
çakıltaşı
have a chip on one's shoulder
öfkesi burnunun ucunda olmak
limestone chip
kireçtaşı kırıntısı
log chip
parakete
memory chip
bellek yongası
micro chip
mikro çip
potato chip
patates cipsi
potato chip
cips
silicon chip
silikon çip
a chip off the old block
(deyim) Hareket ve konuşmasında ailesine benzeyen kimse
a chip off the old block
k. dili hık demiş babasının burnundan düşmüş
a chip on one's shoulder
öfkesi burnunda
a chip on your shoulder
Omuzlarında bir cip
blue chip securities
değerli menkul kıymetler
blue-chip
Son derece değerli, aşırı değerli
chipped
ufalan(mak)
chipping
Taş parçaları, matkap talası, taş yongası, yontma kırıntısı, demir kırıntısı
chipping
ufalan(mak)
chipping
(argo) arasıra uyuşturucu ilâç içme
chips
fişe
chips
kozlar
chips
fişler
corn chip
Mısır unundan yapılan, gevrek bir yiyecek
discontinuous chip
(Mühendislik) kesme talas
flip chip
flip cip
gene chip
gen cipi
granite chip
granit kırıntısı
have a chip on one's shoulder
Aşağılık kompleksi
have a chip on one´s shoulder
k. dili her zaman kavgaya hazır olmak
he is a chip of the block
o bloğun bir chip
on-chip
yongadaki
one chip
bir fiş
single chip
Tek yonga
small fragment or chip
küçük parçası veya yonga
system on chip
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Yonga üzeri sistem
system on chip
sistemi cip
system-on-a-chip
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Yonga üzeri sistem
a chip of the old block
babasına çok benzeyen çocuk
bargaining chip
(Ticaret) pazarlık kozu
blue chip bonds
(Ticaret) piyasadaki en iyi tahviller
chipped
ufalan
chipping
arasıra uyuşturucu ilâç içme
chipping
matkap talaşı
chipping
chip doğra/yontul/yont
chipping
çakıltaş
chips
{i} patates kızartması

Tom yarım paket patates kızartması yedi. - Tom ate half a bag of potato chips.

Patates kızartması ve bir bardak iyi şarapla birlikte tavşanları severim. - I love rabbits ... with chips and a good glass of wine.

chips
talaş parçacıkları
chips
patates tava fried potatoes; French fries, fries, French fried potatoes, Brit
have a chip an one's shoulder
öfkesi burnunda olmak
have a chip an one's shoulder
kavgaya hazır olmak
have a chip an one's shoulder
meydan okumak
have a chip on one's
çok alıngan olmak
semiconductor chip
yarıiletken yonga
semiconductor chip
(Ticaret) yarı iletken parça
single chip computer
tek yongali bilgisayar
unknown chip
(Bilgisayar) bilinmeyen yonga
using math chip
(Bilgisayar) matematik işlemci kullanımı
using math chip
Matematik işlemci kullanıı
Türkisch - Türkisch
ince kesilmiş silisyum dilimi
Englisch - Englisch
A diminutive of the male given names Christopher and Charles

All Cs, I said. Sounds like they like order..

To play a shot where the ball goes predominately upwards rather than forwards
A fried strip of potato of square or rectangular cross-section, similar to French fries
A token used in place of cash in gambling
A shot where the ball goes more upwards than a regular shot
A thin, crisp, baked piece of vegetable, usually potato

tortilla chips.

to upgrade an engine management system, usually to increase power
A circuit fabricated in one piece on a small, thin substrate
Often with "in", to ante (up)
A small piece broken from a larger piece of solid material
To fit (an animal) with a microchip
To break small pieces from

Be careful not to chip the paint.

To become chipped

This varnish chips easily.

To break into small pieces

The workers chipped the dead branches into mulch.

A receptacle, usually for strawberries or other fruit
A dried piece of dung used as fuel
A takeout that hits a rock at an angle
A damaged area of a surface where a chip has been broken off

This cup has a chip in it.

{v} to cut into small pieces, hack, lessen
{n} a piece cut off, a fragment
A male given name
Chips are plastic counters used in gambling to represent money. He put the pile of chips in the center of the table and drew a card
In discussions between people or governments, a chip or a bargaining chip is something of value which one side holds, which can be exchanged for something they want from the other side. The information could be used as a bargaining chip to extract some parallel information from Britain see also blue chip
A chip is an image subset window and is used in the correlation process
the act of chipping something
Chips are long, thin pieces of potato fried in oil or fat and eaten hot, usually with a meal. I had fish and chips in a cafe
Also called a die Popular term describing a small piece of silicon that contains a complete discrete component or an integrated circuit Many chips are made on a single wafer, then separated into dice (plural of die) and packaged individually
{f} cut a fragment from, flake; be broken off in small pieces; sculpt, engrave
The triangular piece of wood attached to the log line
form by chipping; "They chipped their names in the stone"
cut a nick into
Integrated circuit that carries card intelligence Embedded in plastic surface of card and hidden by contacts of gold or silver
To cut small pieces from; to diminish or reduce to shape, by cutting away a little at a time; to hew
Commonly used to refer to integrated circuits used as components in computers, telephone systems, etc   In actuality, it is the physical structure upon which the integrated circuits are fabricated
a mark left after a small piece has been chopped or broken off of something
Wood or Cuban palm leaf split into slips, or straw plaited in a special manner, for making hats or bonnets
The most essential electronic component of a computer: a tiny piece of silicon with an electronic circuit embedded in it
break off (a piece from a whole); "Her tooth chipped"
To break or fly off in small pieces
a low running approach shot
If you say that something happens when the chips are down, you mean it happens when a situation gets very difficult. When the chips are down, she's very tough
If you chip something or if it chips, a small piece is broken off it. The blow chipped the woman's tooth Steel baths are lighter but chip easily. + chipped chipped They drank out of chipped mugs
{i} small piece; splinter; game token;(British) French fry; piece of food thinly sliced and fried; microchip, tiny square of semiconducting material containing miniature transistors and other electronic components (Electronics)
play a chip shot
A tiny piece of semiconductor material containing electronic elements such as transistors A typical chip is made of silicon, is less than 0 25 square inches, and can contain millions of microscopic components Same as "Integrated Circuit" See also: Chip (Webopedia)
a triangular wooden float attached to the end of a log line
To bet, as with chips in the game of poker
A chip in something such as a piece of china or furniture is where a small piece has been broken off it. The washbasin had a small chip
A small square of thin semiconductor material, such as silicon, that has been chemically processed to have a specific set of electrical characteristics such as circuits storage, and/or logic elements
An electronic component consisting of thousands of transistors forming an integrated circuit capable of storing and processing large amounts of information; a building block of the computer's circuitry and computational functioning
To break or crack, or crack off a portion of, as of an eggshell in hatching, or a piece of crockery
electronic equipment consisting of a small crystal of a silicon semiconductor fabricated to carry out a number of electronic functions in an integrated circuit
A tiny circuit board etched on a small square of sandlike material called silicon
a small fragment of something broken off from the whole; "a bit of rock caught him in the eye"
Integrated circuit that carries card intelligence Embedded in the plastic surface of a card and hidden by the communication contacts (1996, Schlumberger)
An alternative name for an integrated circuit
A very small square of semi-conducting material Also known as a "die," it is the "active" light-emitting component of an LED
the act of chipping something a low running approach shot electronic equipment consisting of a small crystal of a silicon semiconductor fabricated to carry out a number of electronic functions in an integrated circuit a small disk-shaped counter used to represent money when gambling a triangular wooden float attached to the end of a log line a thin crisp slice of potato fried in deep fat a piece of dried bovine dung break a small piece off from; "chip the glass"; "chip a tooth"
(1) (n ) A small piece of silicon bearing the equivalent of a large number of electrical components (2) (n ) An integrated circuit (IC)
An electronic component that contains an electronic circuit and is manufactured from semiconductive material A customized chip is sometimes called an option
The individual circuit or component of a silicon wafer The leadless form of an electronic component part, either passive or active, discrete or integrated
The uncased and normally leadless form of an electronic component part, either passive or active, discrete or integrated Also referred to as a die
Short for integrated circuit chip, a collection of interconnected microminiature electronic components
1) A slang term with the same meaning as the term IC (a miniature circuit of many components that is in small, sealed housing with prongs to connect it into equipment) 2) The thread cut away from the master lacquer to make the groove, while disc recording
a thin crisp slice of potato fried in deep fat
Also called an "Integrated Circuit" or "IC" It is a tiny semiconductor that consists of interconnected transistors and other components They are constructed on a rectangle cut from a silicon wafer As integrated circuit technology developed, more and more transistors were packed in The ability to create a microprocessor on a single chip allowed for the development of small, inexpensive computers
a small disk-shaped counter used to represent money when gambling
a piece of dried bovine dung
Anything dried up, withered, or without flavor; used contemptuously
Silicon chip or intergrated circuit used in a PC and its components A processor is a chip
chip and PIN
A system for verifying that the bearer of a debit card or credit card is the owner, involving cards that contain a silicon chip storing the PIN of the card; the bearer confirms he is the owner of the card by inserting it into a machine and entering the PIN, which is compared with the one stored on the chip
chip in
To contribute

He chipped in twenty for the retirement gift.

chip in
To put into the pot the amount of chips or money required to continue

He seemed to hesitate when he chipped in.

chip in
To make a contribution; help in a small way; especially, to pay for a part of something

If we all chip in, we can afford to buy a pizza for lunch.

chip in
To interrupt a discussion for the purpose of making a comment
chip in
To put a chip shot in the hole

He chipped in from 20 yards for a birdie.

chip leader
A player who has more chips than any other in a poker tournament
chip leaders
plural form of chip leader
chip log
A simple device for measuring the speed of a vessel, consisting of a wooden board (drag) attached to a line on a reel
chip off the old block
Someone who takes after their parent

He’s a chip off the old block for following in his father’s footsteps.

chip on one's shoulder
A form of challenge in the same spirit as a medieval knight throwing down his gauntlet
chip on one's shoulder
A habitually combative attitude, usually because of a harboured grievance, sense of inferiority, or having something to prove

He really has a chip on his shoulder about being passed over for that promotion.

chip on one's shoulder
A tendency to take offence quickly
chip shop
A fast food outlet which sells fish and chips
chip away
Remove or withdraw gradually

These new customs are chipping away at the quality of life.

chip away at
Remove or withdraw gradually: "These new customs are chipping away at the quality of life"
chip shot
A short lofted golf stroke, used in approaching the green
chip away
remove or withdraw gradually: "These new customs are chipping away at the quality of life
chip away
remove or withdraw gradually: "These new customs are chipping away at the quality of life"
chip away at
If you chip away at something such as an idea, a feeling, or a system, you gradually make it weaker or less likely to succeed by repeated efforts. Instead of an outright coup attempt, the rebels want to chip away at her authority. = erode
chip away at
If you chip away at a debt or an amount of money, you gradually reduce it. The group had hoped to chip away at its debts by selling assets
chip basket
{i} (United Kingdom) wire basket used for frying french fries or other food
chip board
poor quality cardboard; material made from recycled paper; board made from waste wood and resin
chip card
{i} smart card, magnetic card containing a mini-processor and memory (performs various computerized actions such as: credit card, electronic wallet, etc.)
chip in
If someone chips in during a conversation, they interrupt it in order to say something. `That's true,' chipped in Quaver He chipped in before Clements could answer
chip in
pool together money, add one's money together with other people's money (to buy an expensive product, etc.)
chip in
When a number of people chip in, each person gives some money so that they can pay for something together. They chip in for the petrol and food The brothers chip in a certain amount of money each month to hire a home health aide. = contribute
chip in
contribute to some cause; "I gave at the office"
chip of wood
{i} small piece of wood, splinter
chip off
break off (a piece from a whole); "Her tooth chipped"
chip off the old block
child who strongly resembles one of his parents in either appearance or behavior
chip on one's shoulder
aggressive and combative attitude, belligerence
chip pan
a deep pan with a wire basket inside used for cooking food in hot oil, especially chips
chip rate
Number of chips per second (e g , C/A code = 1 023 MHz)
chip rate
Number of chips per second For example, C/A code = 1 023 MHz
chip set
{i} group of chips, group of chips which are intended to communicate between the CPU and the rest of the computer
chip shop
A chip shop is a shop which sells hot food such as fish and chips, fried chicken, sausages, and meat pies. The food is cooked in the shop and people take it away to eat at home or in the street. = fish and chip shop. a shop that cooks and sells fish and chips and other fried food
chip shot
a kick lofted into the air to try to sail the ball over the goalkeeper's head and still make it under the crossbar into the goal
chip shot
Using the base of a player or any other part of the player to "push" the puck in such a way that the base lifts the puck off the ice and the puck becomes air born
chip shot
A chip with the application of some spin
chip shot
Tricky move to master - but easier with Hasbro based figures (and the original flats)
chip shot
A short, low approach shot that gets a player into position for one or more missed putts See PITCH
chip shot
a low running approach shot
chip-blower
{i} (Dentistry) instrument with a rubber bulb and a long metal tube used for blowing fragments out of a tooth cavity which is to be filled with a filling
chocolate chip
A small, usually near-conical piece of chocolate

We poured a bag of chocolate chips into the cookie dough mixture.

chocolate chip cookie
a kind of small biscuit with small pieces of chocolate in it
chocolate chip cookie
cookies containing chocolate chips
Clipper chip
A microchip promoted by the US Government as an encryption device to be used by all telecommunications companies
RFID chip
Electronic chip used to tag objects or merchandise in order to recognize it from a short distance with adequate tools
anti-chip
Resistant to chipping (breaking into small pieces)
blue chip
A stock or other investment that has a high price because of its perceived reliability
blue chip
A high value gaming chip
chipped
Simple past tense and past participle of chip
chipping
A fragment broken off of a larger material
chipping
The act of breaking something into small fragments, or of removing fragments from pottery etc
chips
plural form of chip

Wow, look at the chips on that motherboard!.

computer chip
an integrated circuit in a personal computer
lab on a chip
A chip, combining semiconductor and microfluidics technologies, capable of handling and analyzing very small quantities of sample, especially of bodily fluids for medical purposes
labs on a chip
plural form of lab on a chip
memory chip
A RAM, ROM, PROM, EPROM or EEPROM microchip that can be plugged into a personal computer to provide temporary or permanent memory
poker chip
A disk-shiped counter that is used when gambling to represent money
potato chip
potato cut slices and fried, similar to a UK potato crisp
potato chip
potato cut into elongated cubes and fried, a chip or chipped potato, usually larger than the US French fried potato
red chip
A stock or other investment in perceived high value and reliable company of the People's Republic of China
silicon chip
A wafer of silicon on which an integrated circuit has been built; a microchip
tortilla chip
A chip or crisp made from baked corn tortillas
chips
plural of chip
chips
Small pieces of silicon on which are formed the basic electronic components that make up the various parts of a computer 2, p6
chips
Woody material cut into short, thin wafers Chips are used as a raw material for pulping and fiberboard or as biomass fuel
chips
The New York clearing house's computerized "Clearing House Interbank Payments System " Most Euro transactions are cleared and settled through CHIPS rather than over the FED wire
chips
Clearing House Interbank Payments System
chips
Thin-sliced and deep-fried potatoes sold in sealed bags; potato chips, nacho chips, etc
chips
french fried potatoes; french fries
chips
French fries
chips
The common term for tokens, issued by a casino in place of money, and having the equivalent of cash
chips
A depression on the glass surface of tubing or rod caused by flaking of the glass
chips
(wafers) (1) factory formed substrate on which electronic circuits are printed, usually a formulation including alumina, with high heat resistance; (2) a fingernail-sized "chip" of silicon that carries the circuitry for a computer; can have the equivalent of several thousand transistors and other electronic components
chips
{i} potato chips; money (Slang)
chips
A casino term for tokens used instead for money
chips
Potatoes cut into long thin pieces and fried in deep oil
chips
Clearing House Interbank Payments System (New York)
chips
Wood material cut into short, thin slices Chips are used as a raw material in pulp and fiberboard or as biomass fuel
chips
A ship's carpenter
blue chip
(Denizcilik) Stock in a corporation with a national reputation for quality, reliability, and the ability to operate profitably in good times and bad
blue chip stock
(Denizcilik) Stock in a corporation with a national reputation for quality, reliability, and the ability to operate profitably in good times and bad
chipped
{a} cut into pieces, cut, hewed
chipping
{n} a piece cut off, a fragment
blue chip
(noun) a common stock of a nationally known company whose value and dividends are reliable; typically have high price and low yield; "blue chips are usually safe investments." (synonym) blue-chip stock
blue chip
(adj.) Extremely valuable; "Rembrandt is considered a blue-chip artist" (similar) valuable
blue chip
(noun) a blue poker chip with the highest value
system on chip
System-on-a-chip or system on chip (SoC or SOC) refers to integrating all components of a computer or other electronic system into a single integrated circuit (chip). It may contain digital, analog, mixed-signal, and often radio-frequency functions – all on a single chip substrate. A typical application is in the area of embedded systems
system-on-a-chip
System-on-a-chip or system on chip (SoC or SOC) refers to integrating all components of a computer or other electronic system into a single integrated circuit (chip). It may contain digital, analog, mixed-signal, and often radio-frequency functions – all on a single chip substrate. A typical application is in the area of embedded systems
V-chip
an electronic chip in a television that allows parents to prevent their children from watching programmes that are violent or have sex in them (violence chip)
a chip of the old block
like father like son; apple doesn't fall far from the tree; children who resemble their parents in appearance or character
bargaining chip
leverage in the form of an inducement or a concession useful in successful negotiations
bargaining chip
In negotiations with other people, a bargaining chip is something that you are prepared to give up in order to obtain what you want. Rubio suggests that oil be used as a bargaining chip in any trade talks. = bargaining counter. 'bargaining .counter something that one person or group in a business deal or political agreement has, that can be used to gain an advantage in the deal
bargaining chip
something which can be used in order to gain an advantage in a negotiation
blue chip
A very high-quality investment involving a lower-than-average risk of loss of principal or reduction in income
blue chip
Stock of a large, well-established company with consistent profit growth Example- Dow Jones 30, like IBM or GE
blue chip
Common stock of a large, stable corporation, and often a stock in a major index such as Standard and Poors 500, NYSE, or AMEX <top>
blue chip
A stock with outstanding prospects for long-term growth and a history for paying dividends
blue chip
a common stock of a nationally known company whose value and dividends are reliable; typically have high price and low yield; "blue chips are usually safe investments"
blue chip
A high-quality, relatively low-risk investment; the term usually refers to stocks of large, well-established companies that have performed well over a long period
blue chip
Generally a large capitalization, well known with actively traded common stock A record of continuous dividend payments and other advantageous investment attributes
blue chip
Term for the most prestigious industrial shares Originally an American term derived from the color of the highest value poker chip
blue chip
a blue poker chip with the highest value
blue chip
a blue poker chip with the highest value a common stock of a nationally known company whose value and dividends are reliable; typically have high price and low yield; "blue chips are usually safe investments
blue chip
A company known nationally for the quality of its products or services, its reliability, and its ability to operate profitably in good and bad economic times
blue chip
named after the most valuable counter used in gambling, this refers to those companies on the stock exchange which have a long record of good performance
blue chip
A share in a large, safe, prestigious company British Telecom is a blue chip, so is the Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank Corporation (HSBC) Many of the shares making up the FTSE 100 are blue chips
blue chip
Generally refers to a company that has sound financial and managerial principles with a good dividend return and good growth potential
blue chip
(in Economics) nickname for stocks of a company that is considered stable and profitable and has a relatively high price per share; something of high quality and expensive; blue token that has a high value (in poker games)
blue chip
Blue chip stocks and shares are an investment which are considered fairly safe to invest in while also being profitable. Blue chip issues were sharply higher, but the rest of the market actually declined slightly by the end of the day. blue-chip companies/shares etc companies or shares that make a profit and are considered safe chip (blue chip (1900-2000))
blue chip
A common stock of an established company that has a long record of stable growth
blue chip
A company known nationally for the quality and wide acceptance of its products or services, and for its ability to make money and pay dividends
blue chip
Common stock of a nationally-known company that has a long record of profit growth and dividend payment and a reputation for quality management, products, and services
blue chip
A term used to refer to shares in leading companies that have a reputation for excellent quality and sound financial management Good examples in the Australian market are National Australia Bank, Telstra and the Commonwealth Bank
blue chip
Term used to describe an established company that has a long record of stable growth or credit worthiness
blue chip
Stock of a large, national company with a solid record of stable earnings and/or dividend growth and a reputation for high quality management and/or products More generally anything of very high quality
blue chip
Describes stocks of companies known for high quality management or products who have a long history of stable earnings and/or dividend growth
blue chip
Blue Chip refers to companies that have become well established and reliable over time, demonstrating sound management and quality products and services Such companies have shown an ability to function throughout both good and bad economic times, usually paying dividends to investors even during lean years
blue chip
A term of American origin, at first designating a chip off a blue stone-a diamond The term was also adopted for high-value poker chips It's used to describe shares of 1st-class corporations-those which are large & have a very good record of earnings & paying dividends They're usually old & extremely well established However, their prices go down as well as up, so chart analysis is vital before buying/selling
blue chip
A high quality, relatively low-risk investment; the term usually refers to stocks of large, well-established companies that have performed well over a long period
blue chip
Financially strong, established company
blue chip
A company that is known nationally for its products and services, and is financially stable in good and bad economic times
blue chip
Common stock of a nationally known company that has a long record of profit growth and a reputation for quality management, products, and services Some examples of blue chip stocks: International Business Machines, General Electric, and DuPont Blue chip stocks typically are relatively high priced on a valuation basis
blue chip
a quality company that usually has a solid track record
blue chip share
{i} share of a company that is considered stable and profitable and has a relatively high price per share (in Economics)
blue chip stock
{i} stocks of large companies that is considered stable and profitable and has a relatively high price per share (in Economics)
blue-chip
extremely valuable; "Rembrandt is considered a blue-chip artist"
blue-chip
extremely valuable; "Rembrandt is considered a blue-chip artist
chipped
Small nicks or cuts, usually used in the description of a dust-wrapper
chipped
having a chip (small piece) or chips missing
chipped
having a small piece broken off; "a chipped tooth
chipped
having had the engine management system upgraded, usually to increase power
chipped
Small flakes or tears to the edge(s) of a dust jacket, pages or spine of a book
chipped
Stone: Objects made by controlled flaking of raw materials like chert Percussion flaking with a hammer stone or antler baton is used to rough out tools Pressure flaking with an antler, bone, or copper tip produces a refined appearance and fine edges
chipped
A condition in which small pieces of the dust jacket have been chipped away at the edges
chipped
past of chip
chipped
Tiny tears on the edge of a dust jacket
chipped
something that is chipped has a small piece broken off the edge of it
chipped
A book with a cover of any type, or a periodical that has a cover other than its published wraps
chipped
having a small piece broken off; "a chipped tooth"
chipping
Small pieces of paint removed from the surface, typically a sign of physical damage incurred in shipping or handling use of a surface tolerant primer for touch up followed by the same finish coat generally solves the problem
chipping
The removal of paint from a substrate by means of impact of sharp stones etc
chipping
A method for removing seams and surface defects with chisel or gouge so that such defects will not be working into the finished product Chipping is often employed to remove metal that is excessive but not defective Removal of defects by gas cutting is known as "deseaming" or "scarfing "
chipping
The act or process of cutting or breaking off small pieces, as in dressing iron with a chisel, or reducing a timber or block of stone to shape
chipping
The detaching of a small stone fragment from a larger piece in the process of tool manufacturing or use
chipping
The breaking off in small pieces of the edges of potter's ware, porcelain, etc
chipping
The reduction of woody residue by a portable chipper to chips that are left to decay on the forest floor
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