Chip

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Chip or chips may refer to:

Common meanings[edit]

  • Casino token
  • Microchip (Integrated circuit), an electronic circuit on one plate of semiconductor material
  • Woodchips, medium-sized pieces of wood
  • French fries, long chunks of potato that have been deep fried or baked, called chips in some countries, such as the UK
  • Potato chip, a thin slice of potato that has been deep fried or baked until crunchy, called a crisp in some countries, such as the UK
  • Tortilla chip, a snack food made from corn tortillas cut into wedges then fried or baked.

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

Fictitious characters[edit]

  • Chip, one of the Chip 'n' Dale animated chipmunks created by the Walt Disney Company
  • Chip, a character in Sonic Unleashed
  • Chip, a one-time potato chip character on Spongebob Squarepants
  • Mr. Chips, an English schoolteacher in James Hilton's novella Goodbye, Mr. Chips and its film adaptations
  • Chip Flagston, son of the titular characters in the comic strip Hi and Lois
  • Chip Potts, a character in the Disney film Beauty and the Beast and other franchise films and TV episodes

Films and television[edit]

  • CHiPs, a television series about the California Highway Patrol

Music[edit]

Groups
Albums

Periodicals[edit]

Other uses in art, entertainment, and media[edit]

  • 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

People[edit]

Computing, science, and technology[edit]

Foods and drinks[edit]

Organizations and programs[edit]

Sports[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Chip language, spoken in Nigeria
  • Chip off the old block, an American idiom, meaning a child resembles its parent
  • Chips (dog), an American wardog who served in World War II
  • Chips, Manchester, an apartment building
  • Swarf, also known as chips, the debris or waste resulting from metalworking operations

See also[edit]