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Noun Concept
Categories: American inventions, American snack foods, Deep fried foods, British cuisine, British inventions
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chip  crisp  potato chip  Saratoga chip  potato crisp
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A thin crisp slice of potato fried in deep fat WordNet 3.0
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A potato chip or crisp is a thin slice of potato that has been deep fried, baked, or air fried until crunchy. Wikipedia
A thin slice of potato that has been deep fried or baked until crunchy, called a "crisp" in some countries, such as the UK. Wikipedia Disambiguation
A thin slice of a potato deep fried or baked until crispy, known in American English as a potato chip Wikipedia Disambiguation
thin slice of potato baked or fried until crispy Wikidata
A thin slice of potato (baked until firm and brittle, then seasoned) that is commonly sold in packets and comes in various flavours. OmegaWiki
A thin slice of potato (baked until firm and brittle, then seasoned) that is commonly sold in packets and comes in various flavors. OmegaWiki
A thin, crisp, fried slice of potato, or sometimes another vegetable; a crisp. Wiktionary
A thin slice of fried potato eaten as a snack. Wiktionary
One of a batch of pieces of potato cut into elongated cubes and fried; a chip or chipped potato, usually larger than American french fries. Wiktionary
A thin slice of potato that has been fried, typically packaged and sold as a snack. Wiktionary
Thin fried slice of potato. Wiktionary (translation)
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They made their own potato chips from scratch, he ate a tortilla chip, served with a side of apple chips. Wiktionary