chop


chop
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noun
ADJECTIVE
lamb, mutton (esp. BrE), pork, veal
loin

pork loin chops

VERB + CHOP
eat, have
braise, cook, fry, grill
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verb
ADVERB
finely

Add finely chopped parsley.

coarsely, roughly

Roughly chop the cabbage.

up

I spent the day chopping up vegetables.

down

The trees are being chopped down.

off

He chopped off the small branches before cutting down the tree.

PREPOSITION
into

Chop the meat into small cubes.

PHRASES
chop sth to pieces

The furniture had been chopped to pieces.

Chop is used with these nouns as the object: ↑cabbage, ↑carrot, ↑celery, ↑flesh, ↑garlic, ↑log, ↑meat, ↑mushroom, ↑onion, ↑parsley, ↑pepper, ↑potato, ↑tomato, ↑vegetables, ↑wood

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