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British a long thin piece of potato cooked in hot oil. The American word is French fry
British a thin flat round piece of potato that has been cooked in fat and is eaten cold. The American word is chip or potato chip.
mainly American chips (=long thin pieces of potato cooked in hot oil)
a traditional Jewish pancake made with potatoes
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