|chocolate-chip cookie||tollhouse cookie|
|(British slang) cookie, biscuit, small sweet cake which is baked on flat pans||bickie|
|(Computers) high-powered chip set used on advanced 3D graphic accelerator cards (developed by 3Dfx Interactive)||Voodoo|
|(in Economics) nickname for stocks of a company that is considered stable and profitable and has a relatively high price per share; something of high quality and expensive; blue token that has a high value (in poker games), poker chip, valuable asset o...||blue chip|
|(Mythology) son and servant of Greek sea god Poseidon; one of the moons of the planet Neptune; (Computers) fast chip-set for Pentium processors||Triton|
|(Telecommunications) chip that converts digital signals to analog and from analog signals to digital (used in computer modems and other advanced communications devices)||CODEC (coder/decoder)|
|, contribute, chip in, die, take effect||kick in|
|a trademark for a cookie made with flour, brown sugar, chocolate chips, and often chopped nuts||Toll-House|
|a trademark for a cream-filled sandwich cookie||Oreo|
|adhesive material, bread in Christian communion service, chip, encase medicine, fasten with wafer, medicine casing, thin crisp cookie, thin crispy cookie or cracker (often eaten as a desert with ice cream); bite-size piece of unleavened bread taken dur...||wafer|
|algal bloom, appear healthy, appear suddenly, bar of semifinished metal, become covered with algae, coating on chocolate, flatten an ingot, flower, flower; flowering; glow, radiance; pollen, healthy appearance or complexion, mass of flowers, prime, pro...||bloom|
|animal-shaped cookie||animal cracker|
|any one of a number of subterranean fungi that are edible, chocolate candy, fleshy fungus eaten as delicacy||truffle|
|biscuit, hard wheat cookie; one who breaks in; computer hacker, one who breaks into computer systems through illegal methods (Computers); firecracker; attractive girl, "babe"||cracker|
|bisque, cookie, kind of bread; bread that comes in small flat cakes; cookie (British), light brown, small round piece of bread, unglazed pottery||biscuit|
|Black Forest gateau, chocolate cake||Black Forest cake|
|brand of chocolate sandwich cookie produced by Nabisco||OREO|
|break into chips, break or cut off chips or fragments; be broken into chips or fragments, flake, fragment (from a piece of stone, etc.), small chip of stone or ore||spall|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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