Sunday, 23 June 2013



1. often followed by “down” or “off” to cut (something) with a blow from an axe or other sharp tool
2. (trans.) to produce or make in this manner
3. (trans.) often followed by up to cut into pieces
4. (trans.) (British, informal) to dispense with or reduce
5. (intr.) to move quickly or violently
6. (sport) to hit (a ball) sharply downwards
7. (boxing, martial arts) to punch or strike (an opponent) with a short sharp blow
8. (West Africa) an informal word for eat
9. a cutting blow
10. the act or an instance of chopping
11. a piece chopped off
12. a slice of mutton, lamb, or pork, generally including a rib
13. (Australian & New Zealand, slang) a share
14. (West Africa) an informal word for food
15. (Australian & New Zealand) a competition of skill and speed in chopping logs
15. (sport) a sharp downward blow or stroke

1. (intr.) to change direction suddenly; vacillate
2. (obsolete) to barter

a design stamped on goods as a trademark, especially in the Far East

Lamb chops and peas
A celebration of spring
At the very last minute

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