American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Fried fillets of fish and French-fried potatoes.
- n. A meal of fish fried in batter and served with chips (fried potatoes), popular in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and South Africa.
- n. fried fish and french-fried potatoes
“The plutocrat who wishes his wife to entertain cannot habitually feed her on fish and chips from round the corner, or renew her wardrobe in an old-clothes shop.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘fish and chips’.
alas and alack, apples and oranges, coffee and tea, cream and sugar, father and son, forgive and forget, ins and outs, kith and kin, knit and purl, milk and cookies, mother and daughter, odds and ends and 181 more...
Collocations with 'and' & 'or'
neither fish nor ..., neither hide nor ..., alive and kicking, all or nothing, an arm and a leg, apples and oranges, back and forth, be-all and end-all, bells and whistles, black and white, blood and guts, bow and arrow and 230 more...
All things potato. History, foodways and potato recipe names, cultivar or variety names, farming, production, diseases and pests, folklore.
contrasting idioms incorporating 'and'
odds and ends, nook and cranny, plug and play, pick and roll, hunt and peck, nickel and dime, movers and shakers, salt and pepper, rack and ruin, profit and loss, rock and roll, rods and cones and 84 more...
Lists of matching or contrasting or complementing pairs
the strait and na..., few and far between, the thick and thin, the ins and outs, safe and sound, hale and hearty, heart and soul, pros and cons, down and out, black and blue, to and fro, spick and span and 56 more...
Traditional British dishes have some of the most unique and interesting names. Here's a list to collect all those wonderfully-named foods and delectable words to describe how delicious British cuis...
adam and eve, again and again, alpha and omega, arts and crafts, b and b, back and forth, bacon and eggs, be-all and end-all, bells and whistles, black and blue, black and tan, blood and guts and 165 more...
My F Words
What’s Your English?
Written and performed by Baba Brinkman & Professor Elemental
Looking for tweets for fish and chips.