Modern definition: Bling worn around the neck, often made of gold, silver, or platinum. Featured in a Jibbs song.

Traditional definition: Metal links that are locked together to make a strong and flexible line. Chains are typically used for anchors and other places where high loads may be exerted on the line, particularly in large vessels.
"Do your chain hang low
do it wobble to da flo
do it shine in n the light
is it platinum is it gold
could u throw it over ya shoulda
if ya hot it make ya cold
do your chain hang low"
-Jibbs
by Ducksoup October 2, 2006
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a unit of currency equivalent to ten racks or $60,000 USD
Yo that bot spent three chains on his new whip and crashed it as soon as he backed it out. God damn.
by JShizzle from Troy January 30, 2019
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There are two protentious meanings.
1.Slavery Chain, where the good poeple were taken from their homes and held with a chain of slavery.
2.Gold Chain, bling, but its old. Golden neckelace of the wealthy being 9although they can be stolen).
Slaaaverrry Chaaain.
Goold Chain!
Ssssllaavery chaaain.
Gold Chain!
by Jk February 28, 2005
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Identity theft that occurred as a result of a victims friends and family being corrupted and blackmailed with drugs, sex and threats. The friends and family being corrupted represent the links on the chain.
That rapper has three gold chains!
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To be as big as possible gold and worn in conjunction with brightly colourd lesiure wear
by anticon February 1, 2005
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When something is easy to accompish or takes little effort, when it should be hard

Originally from cycling when it appears you can cycle with no effort, i.e there is 'no chain' needed to turn the pedals
SammyA "Yo bruv, i need to pick up me dole, but the queue is large!"

Ed McD "No chain player, the lady works on the desk, i'll hook you up"
by MikeP_London February 13, 2008
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Following related links on websites like Wikipedia or YouTube until you end up on something completely unrelated to what you were initially looking for.

As a verb: to chain
"I went to look up the Columbia shuttle disaster but after an hour of chaining I somehow ended up on Elizabeth Bathory."

John: Did you get that report done?
Steve: Nope, I wasted the whole night chaining on Wikipedia.
by Xeno_the_Blind April 18, 2008
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