chopped liver
noun Date: 1954 slang one that is insignificant or not worth considering

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Chopped liver — with egg Chopped liver is a spread popular in Jewish cuisine. It is often made by sautéeing or broiling liver and onions in schmaltz; adding hard boiled eggs, salt and pepper, and grinding that mixture. However, other methods and materials exist …   Wikipedia

  • chopped liver — noun a) A Jewish food made by frying liver and onions in schmaltz. What am I, chopped liver? b) A person or object which is not worthy of being noticed; someone or something insignificant. Say, this new information is not chopped liver …   Wiktionary

  • chopped liver — noun slang : one that is insignificant or not worth considering * * * cooked liver chopped with onions and hard boiled eggs and seasoned. * * * noun [noncount] US slang : someone or something that is not important or appealing “Wow, she s… …   Useful english dictionary

  • chopped liver — n. someone or something worthless. □ And who am I? Chopped liver? …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • chopped liver — cooked liver chopped with onions and hard boiled eggs and seasoned. * * * …   Universalium

  • chopped liver — food made from ground animal liver …   English contemporary dictionary

  • My Chopped Liver — Scrubs episode Episode no. Season 5 Episode 17 Directed by Will Mackenzie Written by …   Wikipedia

  • liver — noun 1 organ in the body ADJECTIVE ▪ diseased, enlarged, fatty ▪ healthy, normal ▪ donor ▪ a nationwide appeal for a donor liver …   Collocations dictionary

  • chopped — adj. Chopped is used with these nouns: ↑carrot, ↑herb, ↑lettuce, ↑liver, ↑nut, ↑onion, ↑parsley, ↑tomato …   Collocations dictionary

  • List of Chopped episodes — This is the list of episodes for the Food Network competition reality series Chopped. New episodes air every Tuesday at 9pm and 10pm EST. Contents 1 Series overview 2 Season 1 (2009) …   Wikipedia

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