Chip in - definition, transcription

Amer.  |ˈtʃɪp ɪn|
Brit.  |tʃɪp ɪn|


- contribute to some cause (syn: contribute, give, kick in)

Extra examples

The conversation was very pleasant until our talkative neighbour chipped in.

...we all chipped in and bought flowers for the secretaries...

...forgive me in chipping in like this, but I think I know a better way to get to Trafalgar Square...

John chipped in that it was time to go home

The cup has a chip in it.

The plate had a tiny chip in the edge.

There's a chip in this bowl.

I'd just like to chip in, Bill, if I might.

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