A1 [ C usually plural ] UK US French fry a long, thin piece of potato that is fried and usually eaten hot炸薯条，油炸土豆条
A2 [ C usually plural ] US US also potato chip, UK (potato) crisp a very thin, often round piece of fried potato, sometimes with a flavour added, sold especially in plastic bags炸薯片
[ C usually plural ] a thin slice of fried maize, banana, or other food that is eaten cold炸玉米片（或香蕉片等）
Cod and chips, please.
He consumes vast quantities of chips with every meal.
Joe demolished an enormous plateful of sausages and chips.
The children seem to exist on a diet of burgers and chips.
I've just bought a deep-fat fryer for cooking chips.
B2 [ C ] also microchip a very small piece of semiconductor, especially in a computer, that contains extremely small electronic circuits and devices, and can perform particular operations（尤指计算机的）集成电路片，芯片
The computer chip compresses and decompresses a colour image in less than a second.
The invention of the silicon chip was a landmark in the history of the computer.
The silicon chip is a classic example of the benefits of miniaturization.
Using a single chip reduces (the) noise on the output signal by 90%.
We use a Pentium chip.
[ C ] a small piece that has been broken off a larger object, or the mark left on an object such as a cup, plate, etc. where a small piece has been broken off it（脱落的）碎屑，碎片；（杯、盘等的）缺口
[ C ] a small plastic disc used to represent a particular amount of money in gambling（作赌注用的）筹码
[ C ] a kick in football or a hit in golf, in which the ball goes high into the air for a short time（足球的）挑球；（高尔夫球的）轻击短打
to break a small piece off something by accident打破；弄缺；（使）掉碎片
to kick a football or hit a golf ball high into the air for a short distance.（足球）挑球；（高尔夫球）轻击短打