[chuhm-ee] /ˈtʃʌm i/
adjective, chummier, chummiest. Informal.
friendly; intimate; sociable.
adjective -mier, -miest
1874, from chum (n.1) + -y (2). Related: Chumminess. Previously it was a noun, a common name for a chimney sweep, as a corruption of chinmey.
Very friendly; buddy-buddy, palsy-walsy (1880s+)
[chuhmp] /tʃʌmp/ noun 1. Informal. a stupid person; dolt: Don’t be a chump—she’s kidding you along. 2. a short, thick piece of wood. 3. the thick, blunt end of anything. 4. Slang. the head. Idioms 5. off one’s chump, British Slang. crazy. [chuhmp] /tʃʌmp/ verb (used with or without object) 1. to bite or chew; […]
noun 1. Slang. a small or insignificant amount of money. noun phrase A trivial sum of money, a trivial matter. For example, Dave was sick of working for chump change; he wanted a decent salary, or Don’t put that on the agenda; it’s chump change. This expression uses chump in the sense of “a fool […]
[chuhmp] /tʃʌmp/ verb (used with or without object) 1. to bite or chew; munch. /tʃʌmp/ noun 1. (informal) a stupid person 2. a thick heavy block of wood 3. 4. (Brit, slang) the head (esp in the phrase off one’s chump) /tʃʌmp/ verb 1. a less common word for chomp n. 1703, “short, thick lump […]
noun A stupid person: What are you, a chumphead