Definition of chop and changeBritish, informal
- You have to make a decision and stick with it. You can't chop and change all the time.
: to cut into or sever usually by repeated blows of a sharp instrument
: to cut into pieces
: to weed and thin out (young cotton)
: a forceful usually slanting blow with or as if with an ax or cleaver
: a sharp downward blow or stroke
: a small cut of meat often including part of a rib — see lamb illustration
: to change direction
: to veer with or as if with wind
: a seal or official stamp or its impression
: a license validated by a seal
: a mark on goods or coins to indicate nature or quality
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