chopped

[ chopt ]
/ tʃɒpt /

adjective

diced, minced, or cut into small bits.
(of an automobile) streamlined; lowered.

Origin of chopped

First recorded in 1540–50

Related forms

un·chopped, adjectivewell-chopped, adjective

Definition for chopped (2 of 3)

chop

1
[ chop ]
/ tʃɒp /

verb (used with object), chopped, chop·ping.

verb (used without object), chopped, chop·ping.

noun

Origin of chop

1
1350–1400; Middle English choppen; variant of chap1

Synonym study

1. See cut.

Definition for chopped (3 of 3)

chop

2
[ chop ]
/ tʃɒp /

verb (used without object), chopped, chop·ping.

to turn, shift, or change suddenly: The wind chopped to the west.
to vacillate; change one's mind.
Obsolete.
  1. to barter.
  2. to bandy words; argue.

Origin of chop

2
1425–75; variant of obsolete chap barter, Middle English chappen (with vowel as in chapman), chepen, Old English cēapian to trade (derivative of cēap sale, trade; see cheap)
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British Dictionary definitions for chopped (1 of 3)

chop

1
/ (tʃɒp) /

verb chops, chopping or chopped

noun

Word Origin for chop

C16: variant of chap 1

British Dictionary definitions for chopped (2 of 3)

chop

2
/ (tʃɒp) /

verb chops, chopping or chopped

(intr) to change direction suddenly; vacillate (esp in the phrase chop and change)
obsolete to barter
chop logic to use excessively subtle or involved logic or argument

Word Origin for chop

Old English ceapian to barter; see cheap, chapman

British Dictionary definitions for chopped (3 of 3)

chop

3
/ (tʃɒp) /

noun

a design stamped on goods as a trademark, esp in the Far East

Word Origin for chop

C17: from Hindi chhāp
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