Chop (or spin) is a mixture of tobacco and weed, smoked through a pipe or bong.

Known for its horrible taste and rediculous rush. It's also damn addictive. Hence why only a few smoke chop, but the ones who do tend to smoke it exclusively.

Term used mostly around New Zealand, possibly other parts of the world.
Chop? It's rediculous. Smoke a cone in one, it feels like shooting weed into your veins (if that were possible).

But you then notice yourself wanting one two minutes later.. then another.. then another.
by ACDC55 September 30, 2010
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A mixture of marijuana and tobbaco that you ingest by smoking.
Dude, you guys wanna smoke some chop?
by Tyler Rulli February 09, 2009
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1) v. To straighten your hand and strike something with it.

2) v. To take a blade and cut something with it by lifting it at medium length and striking down

3) v. The act of rapping at fast speeds/flows.
1) Damn! That karate chop was ruthless as fuck!

2) Keep fucking with me, and i'll chop you up!

3) Damn! Tech N9ne, Krizz Kaliko, K-Dean, Krayzie Bone, D-Loc and Dalima, and Twizta are some motherfucking midwest choppers! They can chop the fuck out of any song.
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To remove parts from a stolen vehicle and sell them for profit.
You're lucky she wasn't chopped, Mr. Lebowski.
by Philip Gibbons August 30, 2004
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Chop: a dynamic descriptive that can be used in multiple contexts to make reference to a person whom has carried out an act of stupidity or annoyance. Or it may be used directly as a noun for a person you dislike for a more trivial matter.
"Hey, that guy just cut the line! I'm going to tell him that's chop behaviour and get him back here!"

"My flatmate is a Chop, she likes to leave skid marks in the loo!"

"My Ex dumped me yesterday, he was such a Chop!"
by Lazyyeti September 08, 2019
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