[chee-chuh] /ˈtʃi tʃə/
a beer made from fermented corn in South and Central America.
[chich-uh-gawf, -gof] /ˈtʃɪtʃ əˌgɔf, -ˌgɒf/ noun 1. an island off the SE coast of Alaska, in the Tongass National Forest and the N Alexander Archipelago, near Juneau. 2104 sq. mi. (5449 sq. km). /ˈtʃɪtʃəˌɡɔːf/ noun 1. an island of Alaska, in the Alexander Archipelago. Area: 5439 sq km (2100 sq miles)
[chee-chen eet-sah, eet-suh] /tʃiˈtʃɛn itˈsɑ, ˈit sə/ noun 1. the ruins of an ancient Mayan city, in central Yucatán state, Mexico. /Spanish tʃiˈtʃen itˈsa/ noun 1. a village in Yucatán state in Mexico: site of important Mayan ruins
/ˈtʃɪtʃɪstə/ noun 1. a city in S England, administrative centre of West Sussex: Roman ruins; 11th-century cathedral; Festival Theatre. Pop: 27 477 (2001) /ˈtʃɪtʃɪstə/ noun 1. Sir Francis. 1901–72, British yachtsman, who sailed alone round the world in Gipsy Moth IV (1966–67)
[chi-chey-wah] /tʃɪˈtʃeɪ wɑ/ noun 1. (def 2). /tʃɪˈtʃeɪwə/ noun 1. the language of the Chewa people of central Africa, widely used as a lingua franca in Malawi. It belongs to the Bantu group of the Niger-Congo family