Chin-chin



[chin-chin] /ˈtʃɪnˌtʃɪn/

noun
1.
polite and ceremonious speech.
2.
light conversation; chitchat.
verb (used without object), chin-chinned, chin-chinning.
3.
to speak politely and ceremoniously.
4.
to talk casually and lightly; chat.
interjection
5.
(used as a greeting or farewell.)
6.
(used as a toast, as in drinking to someone’s health.)
sentence substitute
1.
(informal) a greeting, farewell, or toast

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