Money. Alternatively, a snack food.
I got so much chips I swear they call me Hewlett-Packard, I got so much chips you can have a bag if you're a snacker.
by Haaannnnnnnnnahhhhhh July 13, 2008
Money given in exchange for a share of goods or services.
Dude, do you want a chip for the beer you bought?
by CareyB November 05, 2009
1.To chip is to run away

2.To leave from somewhere
1."im chippin dude, the feds are on there way"

2."im chippin mate, i'll see you tomorrow"
by Shwahn January 17, 2006
To use drugs recreationally or occasionally without being hooked.
Hank tells Bobby, "You've got your habit back."
Helen: "He's only chippin'."
Hank: "I chip. He uses."

(From the film The Panic in Needle Park. 1971.)
by achingnihilist January 25, 2013

In replacement for bad, weak, stupid...

Can describe anything you don't like as chips.

Apparently originated in Boston, but nobody has yet seen people saying things are "chips".
1. "This place is so chips, there's nothing to do!"

2. "Yo John got with Melissa last night, but he said it was chips"
by Witt203 July 20, 2013
Someone who has a chip on his shoulder is angry all the time. They feel that they have been wronged by the world, so they are always ready for a fight. They are easily offended because they feel that they have been treated unfairly by others, or perhaps they feel inferior. They expect trouble, so they are always ready for it.

It can also mean that the person has a grievance about something. Something bad has happened to him, and he might believe it was someone else’s fault. This kind of person is constantly angry about it that it affects his behaviour. In the person’s mind, he is showing how tough he is.

You can also use have got. You can also add adjectives to describe the size of the chip.
"To Have a Chip on One's Shoulder" - Examples:
I can’t stand working with Bill; he’s got such a massive chip on his shoulder. He’s so unpleasant.
…Keira Knightley has admitted that forsaking university in favour of a film career has left her with a “chip on her shoulder” over her lack of education. . . . She now battles to prove to herself – and those around her – that she has brains.
Excerpt from The Telegraph - U.K.
Success never made that chip on his shoulder go away.
Excerpt about Roger Ailes, Fox News Chief, from The New York Times
James “Sawyer” Ford - a character on the TV show LOST- started as the classic rogue with a shady past who parades around with a constant chip on his shoulder.
Excerpt from
by Dani_elle December 20, 2012
When someone benefits themselves by making you suffer. Screwing you over.
Man, he sure chipped you. Don't try to chip me!
by Steven O October 16, 2007
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