- Yes , the blade is chipped in a few places .
- She chipped in with some interesting remarks .
- What uses will they find for a silicon chip ?
- All the plates have chipped edges .
- The blade is chipped in a few places .
- She clattered down the worn and chipped stone steps .
- He is a chip off the old block .
- You can always turn to me when the chips are down .
- Fish and chips are getting very expensive now .
- Let's chip in some money to help the homeless .
Chipping is a prefix used in a number of place names in England, probably derived from ceapen, an Old English word meaning 'market', though the meaning may alternatively come from (or via) the Medieval English word chepynge with a more specific meaning of 'long market square'. It was sometimes historically spelled as Chepying.