[ US /ˈtʃæmp/ ]
[ UK /t‍ʃˈæmp/ ]
  1. someone who has won first place in a competition
  1. chafe at the bit, like horses
  2. chew noisily
    The boy chomped his sandwich
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How To Use champ In A Sentence

  • Golfers had wagered a good deal of money on Nick Faldo winning the championship.
  • Confident, tanned and talkative, he looked the epitome of the champion he longs to be again. Times, Sunday Times
  • Looking at Yankee Stadium (home of the world champion Yankees) it appears you can buy a ticket for one of the nosebleed seats, and then after the game starts pick any seat you want from about row 10 up.
  • The recent Australian National Championships and Olympic swimming trials give a strange story to the world of swimming.
  • The former Olympic champion may now have been overtaken, but a debt of gratitude is owed to her by the vibrant new star of her sport. Times, Sunday Times
  • Chuck Greenberg, CEO of the Texas Rangers, slammed New York Yankees fans for their actio ns during the American League Championship Series in an interview on ... Chuck Greenberg, Texas Rangers CEO, Blasts Yankees Fans On Radio
  • Some archaeologists have been championing the culture of pre-Roman Britain for some time and the Shropshire road may confirm that traders were bringing back continental innovations to add to existing native achievements in art and engineering. Letters: Native culture of pre-Roman Britain
  • These are the basic exercises that have been used to build championship physiques year after year.
  • Tyson pays his respects to the last guy who beat him and Britain's undisputed world heavyweight champion.
  • It includes two passes over the classic Whaanga Coast test, which hugs the Tasman Sea coastline and is rated by many as the best stage in the entire championship.
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