(i) violence - e.g. beat (through violence), hit, strike, kick, punch, slap, stab etc.
(ii) competition - e.g. beat (through victory), piss-on
(iii) personal indiscretion - e.g. hurting oneself, crash
Noun - The Chap: The best, the Shit, the Dog's Bollocks etc.
Noun - Jackie (Chapper): person (sometimes the word Chapper is ommitted but should be included)
Noun - Reet Jackie Chapper: cool person
Explitive - "Chap!": usually used by an observer to another party's personal injury or misfortune.
Verb - to chap: to beat, as in any of the contexts of the noun.
Verb - to chap: to go, to come (non-sexual), to walk, to drive, to move or to travel in general
Verb - to chap: to throw, to give, to pass
Adjective - chapping: moving, fast
Phrase - "Chapping on by": chilling, cool cruising
"Stop chapping me! I'm getting chapped!"
"I chapped him good and proper."
"I just chapped myself on that rake."
"It wasn't my fault - he just chapped into me!"
"That burger was the Chap!"
"Chap over here."
"Chap me that hammer."
"I had just chapped off the motorway and was chapping on by like a Reet Jackie Chapper, when some Jackie (Chapper) nearly chapped into me. I swerved and chapped the lamp-post and chapped myself on the steering wheel."
"Ha ha! Chap!"
It may also be used to describe an object that is sub-par, un-cool, stupid, or of poor quality.
"That's a chap"
"That burger was a chap!"
"Don't make me chap you!" (As a warning)