- chop chop
- right away!, on the double!
English contemporary dictionary. 2014.
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chop-chop — interjection [Date: 1800 1900; : Pidgin English; Origin: chop fast ; CHOPSTICK] an expression used when you want someone to hurry ▪ Come on! Chop chop! … Dictionary of contemporary English
chop-chop — interjection SPOKEN used for telling someone to hurry: Let s go, chop chop! … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
chop-chop — /chop chop /, adv. with haste; quickly. [1825 35; repetitive compound based on Chin Pidgin English chop quick, of uncert. orig.] * * * … Universalium
chop-chop — ► ADVERB & EXCLAMATION ▪ quickly. ORIGIN pidgin English, from Chinese dialect; related to CHOPSTICK(Cf. ↑chopstick) … English terms dictionary
chop-chop — [chäp′chäp′] adv., interj. [PidE] [Old Slang] (do it) quickly; (in a) hurry: used in imagined imitation of the speech of eastern Asian people … English World dictionary
chop-chop — noun Tobacco that is produced and sold without excise (tax), and therefore cheap and illegal. 2002: Major chop chop seizure in Northern Queensland mdash; media release, 11 November 2002 [ … Wiktionary
Chop chop! — British & Australian, informal something that you say in order to tell someone to hurry. Come on, chop chop, up to bed! … New idioms dictionary
chop-chop — interjection especially BrE an expression used when you want someone to hurry: Come on! Chop chop! … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
chop-chop — UK / US interjection spoken used for telling someone to hurry Let s go, chop chop! … English dictionary