[choh-peen, chop-in] /tʃoʊˈpin, ˈtʃɒp ɪn/
a shoe having a thick sole, usually of cork, suggesting a short stilt, worn especially by women in 18th-century Europe after its introduction from Turkey.
a sandal-like shoe on tall wooden or cork bases popular in the 18th century
[chop-loj-ik] /ˈtʃɒpˌlɒdʒ ɪk/ noun 1. sophistic or overly complicated argumentation. adjective 2. Also, choplogical. exhibiting or indulging in choplogic.
[chop] /tʃɒp/ verb (used without object), chopped, chopping. 1. to turn, shift, or change suddenly: The wind chopped to the west. 2. to vacillate; change one’s mind. 3. Obsolete. Idioms 4. chop logic, to reason or dispute argumentatively; draw unnecessary distinctions. /tʃɒp/ verb chops, chopping, chopped 1. often foll by down or off. to cut […]
noun 1. a notch or other mark made in a coin to indicate verification of its authenticity, especially by a banker or merchant in the Far East during the 18th or 19th centuries.
[chopt] /tʃɒpt/ adjective 1. diced, minced, or cut into small bits. 2. (of an automobile) streamlined; lowered. [chop] /tʃɒp/ verb (used with object), chopped, chopping. 1. to cut or sever with a quick, heavy blow or a series of blows, using an ax, hatchet, etc. (often followed by down, off, etc.): to chop down a […]