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  • 1 Chit Ko Ko — (Burmese: ချစ်ကိုကို, IPA: [tɕʰɪʔ kò kò]; 1925–2009?) was a noted Burmese botanist. He produced a number of papers into botanical research he conducted in Burma, Laos and Cambodia. His 1961 paper on List of Trees and Shrubs, co written with… …

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  • 2 chit — [tʆɪt] noun [countable] an official note giving you permission to do something, receive something etc: • You had to sign a chit to use any of the equipment in the lab. • expenses chits * * * chit UK US /tʃɪt/ noun [C] MONEY ► a note that shows… …

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  • 3 chiţ — interj. Cuvânt care imită sunetele caracteristice ale şoarecilor. – Onomatopee. Trimis de Alex, 05.03.2003. Sursa: DEX 98  CHIŢ interj. (reg.) ţiţ. (Şoarecele face: chiţ!) Trimis de siveco, 05.08.2004. Sursa: Sinonime  chiţ interj. Trimis de… …

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  • 4 Chit — (ch[i^]t), n. [Cf. AS. c[=i][eth] shoot, sprig, from the same root as c[=i]nan to yawn. See {Chink} a cleft.] 1. The embryo or the growing bud of a plant; a shoot; a sprout; as, the chits of Indian corn or of potatoes. [1913 Webster] 2. A child… …

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  • 5 Chit — Chit, Chitty Chit ty, n. [Hind. chi[.t][.t][=i].] 1. A short letter or note; a written message or memorandum; a certificate given to a servant; a pass, or the like. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] 2. A signed voucher or memorandum of a small debt, as for… …

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  • 6 Chit — Chit, v. i. To shoot out; to sprout. [1913 Webster] I have known barley chit in seven hours after it had been thrown forth. Mortimer. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 7 Chit — can refer to: Cit (consciousness), awareness, a core principle in various schools of Indian philosophy Chit (board wargames), a type of wargame counter Chit fund, a savings scheme practiced in India Voucher, a certificate with monetary value… …

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  • 8 chit — Ⅰ. chit [1] ► NOUN derogatory ▪ an impudent or arrogant young woman. ORIGIN originally meaning «whelp, cub, or kitten»: perhaps related to dialect chit «sprout». Ⅱ. chit [2] ► NOUN ▪ a short official note recording a sum owed …

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  • 9 chit — chit1 [chit] n. [ME chitte, prob. var. of kitte, for kitten] 1. a child 2. an immature or childish girl chit2 [chit] n. [< chitty < Hindi chiṭṭhi, letter, note < Sans chitra, spot: see CHINTZ] 1 …

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  • 10 Chit — Chit, 3d pers. sing. of {Chide}. Chideth. [Obs.] Chaucer. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 11 chit — [tʃıt] n BrE [Date: 1700 1800; : Hindi; Origin: citthi] 1.) an official note that shows that you are allowed to have something ▪ Take the chit to the counter and collect your books. 2.) old fashioned a young woman who behaves badly and does not… …

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  • 12 chit|ty — «CHIHT ee», noun, plural ties. a chit; note …

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  • 13 chit — [ tʃıt ] noun count a piece of paper that shows how much money you owe or have paid or gives details of what you have ordered …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 14 chit — ar·chit·o·my; chit·chat·ty; chit·i·ma·cha; chit·munk; chit·ta·gong; chit·tak; chit·tam; chit·ter chat·ter; chit·ter·lings; con·chit·ic; or·chit·ic; ra·chit·ic; ra·chit·o·mi; rha·chit·o·mi; rha·chit·o·mous; tri·chit·ic; chit·lin; an·ti·ra·chit·ic; …

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  • 15 chit — CHIT1 adv. (fam.; în expr.) A fi chit (cu cineva) = a nu mai datora nimic (cuiva); a nu mai avea de dat (cuiva) nici o socoteală. Chit că... = chiar dacă..., indiferent dacă... – Din fr. quitte. Trimis de valeriu, 27.03.2009. Sursa: DEX 98 … …

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  • 16 Chit — Sat Chit Ananda (Sanskrit, zusammengeschrieben सच्चिदानन्द, saccidānanda) ist die Beschreibung des eigentlich attributlosen Brahmans im Vedanta. Zusammengesetzt aus: Sat (सत) Zustand des Seins oder der Existenz an sich, auch Wahrheit Chit (चित)… …

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  • 17 chit — {{11}}chit (1) note, 1776, from Mahrati (Hindi) chitthi letter, note, from Skt. chitra s distinctively marked (Cf. CHEETAH (Cf. cheetah)). {{12}}chit (2) small child, 1620s, originally young of a beast (late 14c.); unrelated to CHIT (Cf. chit)… …

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  • 18 chit — chit1 /chit/, n. 1. a signed note for money owed for food, drink, etc. 2. any receipt, voucher, or similar document, esp. of an informal nature. 3. Chiefly Brit. a note; short memorandum. [1775 85; short for chitty < Hindi chitti] chit2 /chit/, n …

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  • 19 chit — chit1 noun Brit. derogatory an impudent or arrogant young woman: a chit of a girl. Origin ME (denoting a whelp, cub, or kitten): perh. related to dialect chit a sprout . chit2 noun a short official note, memorandum, or voucher, typically… …

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  • 20 chit — I. /tʃɪt / (say chit) noun 1. a voucher entitling the bearer to goods or services such as food, lodgings, transport, etc. 2. a note; a short memorandum. 3. SE Asian English → bill1 (def. 2). Also, chitty. {shortened form of chitty} II. /tʃɪt /… …

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