1. (acronym) .  '''C'''hildren's '''H'''ealth '''I'''nsurance '''P'''rogram.
  2. Noun.  chromatin immunoprecipitation.
  3. Proper noun.  A diminutive of the male given names Christopher and Charles.
  4. Noun.  A small piece broken from a larger piece of solid material.
  5. Noun.  A damaged area of a surface where a small piece has been broken off.
  6. Noun.  (games, gambling) A token used in place of cash.
  7. Noun.  (electronics) A circuit fabricated in one piece on a small, thin substrate.
  8. Noun.  (electronics) A hybrid device mounted in a substrate, containing electronic circuitry and miniaturised mechanical, chemical and/or biochemical devices.
  9. Noun.  (US) A thin, crisp, baked piece of vegetable, usually potato.
  10. Noun.  (UK, Australia) A fried strip of potato of square or rectangular cross-section; a french fry.
  11. Noun.  (sports) A shot during which the ball travels more predominantly upwards than in a regular shot, as to clear an obstacle.
  12. Noun.  (curling) A takeout that hits a rock at an angle.
  13. Noun.  A dried piece of dung used as fuel.
  14. Noun.  (New Zealand, northern) A receptacle, usually for strawberries or other fruit.
  15. Noun.  (context, gastronomy) A small, near-conical piece of food added in baking.
  16. Verb.  (transitive) To break into small pieces.
  17. Verb.  (transitive) To break small pieces from.
  18. Verb.  (transitive, golf) To play a shot hitting the ball predominately upwards rather than forwards.
  19. Verb.  (transitive, automotive) to upgrade an engine management system, usually to increase power.
  20. Verb.  (intransitive) To become chipped.
  21. Verb.  (intransitive, card games) To ante (up).
  22. Verb.  (transitive, informal) To fit (an animal) with a microchip.
  23. Verb.  (UK, transitive) to contribute.

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