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Chip or chips may refer to:

Common meanings[edit]

  • Chips, the Australian, Irish and UK denomination for long cuts of potato that are deep fried or baked, similar to what is known as french fries in Canada and the US.
  • Potato chip (Australian, Canadian and US usage), a snack food made from potatoes, known as crisps in the UK and some other English-speaking countries.
  • Chip carrier, a package of integrated circuits
  • Integrated circuit, an electronic circuit built on a rectangular piece of a semiconductor wafer called a die (integrated circuit)
  • A casino token

Arts and entertainment[edit]


  • CHiPs, a television series about the California Highway Patrol



  • Chip, one of the Chip 'n' Dale animated chipmunks created by The Walt Disney Company
  • Mr. Chips, an English schoolteacher in the James Hilton novella Goodbye, Mr. Chips and film adaptations
  • Chip, a character in Sonic Unleashed
  • Chip Flagston, son of Hi and Lois
  • Chip Chase, an Autobots human ally
  • Chip Potts, in the Disney film Beauty and the Beast and other franchise films and TV episodes


  • Chips, a separate pull-out section of Whizzer and Chips, a British comic published from 1969 to 1990
  • CHiPs Improv, an improv and sketch comedy team at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill



Science and technology[edit]


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