Associations to the word «Chin»
CHIN, noun. The bottom of a face, especially, the lower jaw or the region below the mouth.
CHIN, noun. (slang) (US) talk.
CHIN, noun. (slang) (British) A falsehood.
CHIN, noun. (boxing) (uncountable) The ability to withstand being punched in the face without being knocked out.
CHIN, verb. (slang) (intransitive) To talk.
CHIN, verb. To perform a chin-up.
CHIN, verb. (UK) (transitive) To punch (someone)'s chin (part of the body).
CHIN, noun. (endearing) a chinchilla.
CHIN, proper noun. A surname of Chinese origin.
CHIN CHIN, noun. A small Nigerian cookie-like snack made from fried wheat flour dough containing eggs and sometimes also cowpeas
CHIN CHIN, interjection. A toast used when drinking, similar to cheers; most often used in Argentina, Portugal, and the United Kingdom; spelled cin cin or cincin in Italian
CHIN COUGH, noun. (archaic) whooping cough
CHIN COUGHS, noun. Plural of chin cough
CHIN GUARD, noun. A protective guard for a person's chin.
CHIN GUARDS, noun. Plural of chin guard
CHIN MUSIC, noun. (baseball) (informal) A fastball thrown near the batter's chin, often to set up a subsequent pitch thrown low and outside.
CHIN OMELETTE, noun. (slang) (vulgar) The result of a man ejaculating on another person's chin
CHIN ROLL, noun. (rare in the singular) A juggling maneuver where the object (usually a club) is placed and balanced on the chin and allowed to fall into the opposite hand.
CHIN ROLLS, noun. Plural of chin roll
CHIN SHIELD, noun. Any of the scales found on the underside of a snake's head towards the anterior and touching the lower labial scales.
CHIN SHIELDS, noun. Plural of chin shield
CHIN STRIP, noun. The chin strip is a style of facial hair which extends from the bottom of the lip down to the chin. There are two popular types of chin strips; one of which forms a rectangle while the other forms a point (upside-down triangle).
CHIN UP, interjection. (idiomatic) Be happy; cheer up.
CHIN WAG, noun. Alternative spelling of chinwag
CHIN WAGS, noun. (British) (informal) plural of chin wag
CHIN WHELK, noun. (obsolete) sycosis
CHIN, noun. The protruding part of the lower jaw.
CHIN, noun. Kamarupan languages spoken in western Burma and Bangladesh and easternmost India.
CHIN, verb. Raise oneself while hanging from one's hands until one's chin is level with the support bar.
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