Chink

Chink (also chinki, chinky, chinkie) is an English ethnic slur usually referring to a person of Chinese ethnicity. Use of the term is often considered offensive and has garnered a great deal of media attention. == Etymology == A number of dictionaries have provided different suggestions as to the origin of chink. Some of these suggestions are that...
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Chink

To install fiberglass insulation around all exterior door and window frames, wall corners, and small gaps in the exterior wall.
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Chink

• (n.) Money; cash. • (n.) A short, sharp sound, as of metal struck with a slight degree of violence. • (v. i.) To make a slight, sharp, metallic sound, as by the collision of little pieces of money, or other small sonorous bodies. • (v. t.) To cause to open in cracks or fissures. • (v. t.) To cause to make a sharp metallic...
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Chink

- To install fiberglass insulation around all exterior door and window frames, wall corners, and small gaps in the exterior wall.
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chink

verb make cracks or chinks in; `The heat checked the paint`
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chink

click noun a short light metallic sound
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Chink

[Isle of Wight] The Chink is a scenic rock cleft between Bonchurch and Luccombe, Isle of Wight, with steps descending from St Boniface Down to the Bonchurch Landslips below. Its upper end is at the northern end of clifftop parkland accessed from the Leeson Road (A3055) car park, where there is a Southern Vectis bus route 3 stop. The Chink w...
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Chink

Chink (chĭnk) noun [ Middle English chine , Anglo-Saxon cīne fissure, chink, from cīnan to gape; akin to Goth. Keinan to sprout, German keimen . Confer Chit .] A small cleft, rent, or fissure, of greater length than breadth; a gap or crack...
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Chink

Chink intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Chinked ; present participle & verbal noun Chinking .] To crack; to open.
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Chink

Chink noun [ Of imitative origin. Confer Jingle .] 1. A short, sharp sound, as of metal struck with a slight degree of violence. ' Chink of bell.' Cowper. 2. Money; cash. [ Cant] 'To leave his chink to better hands.' Somerville.
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Chink

Chink transitive verb 1. To cause to open in cracks or fissures. 2. To fill up the chinks of; as, to chink a wall.
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Chink

Chink is slang for a Chinese person.
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Chink

To install fiberglass insulation around all exterior door and window frames, wall corners, and small
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chink

[n] - offensive terms for a person of Chinese descent 2. [n] - a narrow opening as e.g. between planks in a wall 3. [n] - a short light metallic sound 4. [v] - fill the chinks of, as with caulking
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