term used to descie those of asian descent. it is offensive and does not descibe their intense awesomeness. usually used by people who are jealous of asian superpowers
person 1: Damn it, you beat me again you retarded chink
person 2: I AM ASIAN HEAR ME ROAR
by barbiedoll134 July 27, 2009
In Romeo and Juliet, Chink is used as the term "money".
In the example it clearly shows the correct way to use the term "chink" by Shakespeare, William Oxford Press London 1973
Her mother is the lady of the house,

And a good lady, and a wise and virtuous.

I nurs'd her daughter that you talk'd withal.

I tell you, he that can lay hold of her

Shall have the chinks.
by niggergypsy December 15, 2013
In Romeo and Juliet, Chink is used as the term "money".
In the example it clearly shows the correct way to use the term "chink" by Shakespeare, William Oxford Press London 1973
Her mother is the lady of the house,

And a good lady, and a wise and virtuous.

I nurs'd her daughter that you talk'd withal.

I tell you, he that can lay hold of her

Shall have the chinks.
by niggergypsy December 15, 2013
its a condition where you suck ass at driving
man, i think i got the chinks or something, i cant keep control of my toyota
by mr.mcbigschlong September 02, 2005
also refers to cracks, dents, and/or scratches on metal objects.
Gillie Da Kid- "Wayne, he's a fake. he's a phony. We gonna show the "chinks in his armour", the holes in his story..."
by h&jtown August 24, 2009
1. A racial slur for Chinese people
2. What ignorant people use to insult anyone who looks East Asian, because they don't have the brains to tell ethnicities apart.
3. Occasionally used as a reappropriated term, used by some Asian-Americans as a term of endearment (similar to how nigga is used by some), though its usage is still rare.
4. The sound of something sharp latching onto a hard surface.
5. A narrow opening
1. KKK Member: We Arayans are better than you chinks.
2. YouTube video: "South Korean K-Pop Hits of the Decade"
Idiot commentator: "OMGGG YOUR STUPID CHINK MUSIC SUKKKSSS"
3. Asian-American #1: Wow, look at that cool new Chinese who joined that school. He's getting all the girls.
Asian-American #2: What a cool chink.
4. *Chink*. The grappler latched onto the rock cliff.
5. There's a chink in your armour.
by sega31098 September 15, 2012
In Romeo and Juliet, Chink is used as the term "money".
In the example it clearly shows the correct way to use the term "chink" by Shakespeare, William Oxford Press London 1973
Her mother is the lady of the house,

And a good lady, and a wise and virtuous.

I nurs'd her daughter that you talk'd withal.

I tell you, he that can lay hold of her

Shall have the chinks.
by niggergypsy December 15, 2013
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