1. To break a small piece off from; SYN. knap, cut off, break off.
2. To break off; of a piece from a whole; SYN. chip off, come off, break away, break off.
3. To form by chipping
4. To play a chip shot (a short approach shot), in golf.
1. To break or fall apart into fragments; SYN. fall apart.
2. To fall apart; also used metaphorically; SYN. crumple, tumble, break down, collapse.
1. To be spent, used, or consumed.
2. To pay out or spend money.
1. To terrify; to frighten to death.
2. To deaden, especially by infection.
3. To hold within limits and control; SYN. subdue.
(Irregular preterit, past participle: spent).
1. To pass in a specific way; as of time; SYN. pass.
2. To pay out; SYN. expend, drop.
3. To spend completely; SYN. use up.
1. To roll around, as of a pig in mud; SYN. welter.
2. To devote oneself entirely to something; indulge in to an immoderate degree, usually with pleasure.
3. To delight greatly in.
To decrease; to waste away.
1. To use inefficiently or inappropriately
2. To get rid of
3. To run off as waste:; SYN. run off.
4. To spend thoughtlessly; throw away; SYN. blow, squander.
5. To cause to grow thin or weak; SYN. emaciate, macerate.
6. To waste away; SYN. rot.