chump chop


chump chop
 баранья или телячья отбивная

English-Russian dictionary of culinary. 2014.

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  • chump chop — /tʃʌmp ˈtʃɒp/ (say chump chop) noun a slice of chump (def. 5) …   Australian English dictionary

  • chump chop — noun Etymology: chump (I) Britain : a mutton chop from the thick end of a loin …   Useful english dictionary

  • chump chop — noun a type of lamb chop equivalent to rump steak …   Wiktionary

  • chump — [tʃʌmp] n [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: chump thick piece of wood (18 19 centuries), perhaps from chunk + lump] 1.) informal someone who is silly or stupid, and who is easily deceived 2.) chump chop/steak BrE a thick piece of meat with a bone in it …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • chump — [ tʃʌmp ] noun count 1. ) INFORMAL OLD FASHIONED a stupid person who is easily tricked 2. ) BRITISH a thick end of a piece of meat: a chump chop off your chump BRITISH INFORMAL OLD FASHIONED crazy …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • chump — UK [tʃʌmp] / US noun [countable] Word forms chump : singular chump plural chumps 1) informal old fashioned a stupid person who is easily tricked 2) British a thick end of a piece of meat a chump chop …   English dictionary

  • chump — noun (C) BrE 1 old fashioned someone who is silly or not very clever 2 chump chop/steak BrE a thick piece of meat with a bone in it 3 be off your chump BrE old fashioned to be doing or intend to do something extremely silly …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • chump — n. 1 colloq. a foolish person. 2 Brit. the thick end, esp. of a loin of lamb or mutton (chump chop). 3 a short thick block of wood. 4 Brit. sl. the head. Phrases and idioms: off one s chump Brit. sl. crazy. Etymology: 18th c.: blend of CHUNK and… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Chump — (ch[u^]mp), n. [Cf. Icel. kumbr a chopping, E. chop.] 1. A short, thick, heavy piece of wood. Morton. [1913 Webster] 2. a stupid person; a fool; a dolt; also, a dupe. [PJC] {Chump end}, the thick end; as, the chump end of a joint of meat. Dickens …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Chump end — Chump Chump (ch[u^]mp), n. [Cf. Icel. kumbr a chopping, E. chop.] 1. A short, thick, heavy piece of wood. Morton. [1913 Webster] 2. a stupid person; a fool; a dolt; also, a dupe. [PJC] {Chump end}, the thick end; as, the chump end of a joint of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • chop — I n. cut of meat 1) a chump (BE); lamb; mutton; pork; veal chop blow 2) a karate chop II v. (C) chop some wood for me; or: chop me some wood * * * [tʃɒp] lamb mutton or: chop me some wood pork veal chop (C) …   Combinatory dictionary