choppiest


choppiest
chop·py || 'tʃɒpɪ adj. wavy, stormy, turbulent; changeable, variable

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • choppy — choppy1 [chäp′ē] adj. choppier, choppiest [< CHOP3 + Y3] shifting constantly and abruptly, as the wind choppiness n. choppy2 [chäp′ē] adj. choppier, choppiest …   English World dictionary

  • choppy — choppily, adv. choppiness, n. /chop ee/, adj., choppier, choppiest. 1. (of the sea, a lake, etc.) forming short, irregular, broken waves. 2. (of the wind) shifting or changing suddenly or irregularly; variable. 3. uneven in style or quality or… …   Universalium

  • choppy — [[t]tʃɒ̱pi[/t]] choppier, choppiest ADJ GRADED When water is choppy, there are a lot of small waves on it because there is a wind blowing. A gale was blowing and the sea was choppy. Syn: rough …   English dictionary

  • choppy — adjective (choppier, choppiest) 1》 (of the sea) having many small waves. 2》 (of music) disjointed or jerky. Derivatives choppily adverb choppiness noun …   English new terms dictionary

  • choppy — UK [ˈtʃɒpɪ] / US [ˈtʃɑpɪ] adjective Word forms choppy : adjective choppy comparative choppier superlative choppiest choppy water has a lot of waves in it because the wind is blowing across it choppy seas/conditions …   English dictionary

  • choppy — /ˈtʃɒpi / (say chopee) adjective (choppier, choppiest) 1. (of the sea, etc.) forming short, irregular, broken waves. 2. (of the wind) shifting or changing suddenly or irregularly; variable. {chop2 + y1} …   Australian English dictionary

  • choppy — adj. (choppier, choppiest) (of the sea, the weather, etc.) fairly rough. Derivatives: choppily adv. choppiness n. Etymology: CHOP(1) + Y(1) …   Useful english dictionary


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