chop and change
- Chop and changeIf things chop and change, they keep changing, often unexpectedly.
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chop and change — I. intransitive verb Etymology: Middle English choppen and chaungen to barter, from choppen to chop (barter) + and + chaungen to change, exchange 1. archaic : to buy and sell 2. : to change especially pointlessly or capriciously a book w … Useful english dictionary
chop and change — If you chop and change, you constantly change your opinion, plans or methods and often cause confusion. Don t chop and change all the time just make up your mind! … English Idioms & idiomatic expressions
chop and change — Brit. informal change one s opinions or behaviour repeatedly and abruptly. → chop … English new terms dictionary
chop and change — Meaning To change constantly. Origin Literally to barter and exchange … Meaning and origin of phrases
chop and change — verb To change or exchange repeatedly … Wiktionary
Chop and change — to change repeatedly … Dictionary of Australian slang
chop and change — Australian Slang to change repeatedly … English dialects glossary
chop and change — British & Australian to keep changing what you do or what you plan to do, often in a way that is confusing and annoying for other people. After six months of chopping and changing, we ve decided to go back to our old system … New idioms dictionary
chop and change — British informal to keep changing from one thing to another … English dictionary
chop — Ⅰ. chop  ► VERB (chopped, chopping) 1) cut with repeated sharp, heavy blows of an axe or knife. 2) strike with a short, heavy blow. 3) ruthlessly abolish or reduce in size. ► NOUN 1) … English terms dictionary