Associations to the word «Champ»
CHAMP, noun. (countable) shortened form of champion
CHAMP, noun. (Ireland) (uncountable) a meal of mashed potatoes and scallions
CHAMP, verb. (ambitransitive) to bite or chew, especially noisily or impatiently.
CHAMP, noun. (informal) champagne
CHAMP, noun. (architecture) the field or ground on which carving appears in relief
CHAMP, proper noun. (cryptozoology) A large aquatic creature, similar to the Loch Ness monster, which supposedly lives in Lake Champlain, located on the shared borders of the American states of Vermont and New York and the Canadian province of Quebec.
CHAMP AT THE BIT, verb. (intransitive) (horses) to bite the bit, especially when restless
CHAMP AT THE BIT, verb. (intransitive) (idiomatic) (of a person) to show impatience or frustration when delayed
CHAMP, noun. Someone who has won first place in a competition.
CHAMP, verb. Chafe at the bit, like horses.
CHAMP, verb. Chew noisily; "The boy chomped his sandwich".
A kind word warms a man throughout three winters.