[kuh-rah-tee-chop] /kəˈrɑ tiˌtʃɒp/

a sharp blow used in karate, usually delivered by a slanting stroke with the side of the hand.
verb (used with object), karate-chopped, karate-chopping.
to strike with a karate-chop.


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