[ US /ˈtʃɪpɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /t‍ʃˈɪpɪŋ/ ]
  1. the act of chipping something
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How To Use chipping In A Sentence

  • Assemble disassemble tables chairs with care, minimizing damage to equipment walls, including scratches, paint chippings, etc.
  • He is chipping away at a block marble with a chisel.
  • I decide to work on the first option - chipping the rock away.
  • To make the glyphs, the ancient carvers used chisels, probably of hard, fine-grained quartzite, which they struck with hammers of stone or antler, each blow chipping out one small stone flake.
  • He was chipping away pieces of a large rock, slowly hollowing it out.
  • Chipping the concrete protects against the possibility that a concrete sealer had been applied without your knowledge.
  • Once planted, top-dress the compost with stone chippings to keep water away from the necks of the plants and set the trough somewhere where you can enjoy it throughout the year.
  • The discovery of a host of rare and exotic mushrooms spreading across the nation will be blamed on a new habitat created by gardeners' wood chippings, at a meeting of ecologists in the new year.
  • Stop chipping halfway , you cannot chop down deadwood ; and keep chipping a way, gold and stone can be carved.
  • Plans for a factory extension could create more than 100 new jobs in Chipping Norton, if council planners give a green light to the scheme.
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