Chop Up

How to Conjugate Chop Up

  • Infinitive: Chop Up
  • Present Tense: Chop Up/ Chops Up
  • -ing Form: Chopping Up
  • Past Tense: Chopped Up
  • Past Participle: Chopped Up
Chop Up is a separable phrasal verb and has 2 definitions.

Definitions of Chop Up:

1. To cut something into pieces with a knife. [Part adj.] {Chopped Up} Refers to something that has been cut into pieces.

Examples: Did you chop up the wood for the fireplace yet?
The recipe says to chop up the chicken, not dice it.
Where’s the chopped up wood?

2. To have a conversation.

Examples: Nina and Sara were chopping it up on the phone, when the operator interrupted their line with a message that Nina only had two minutes of talk time remaining.
Let’s go somewhere to chop it up after school today.

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