English noun: chap
|1.||chap (person) a boy or man|
|Samples||That chap is your host.|
There's a fellow at the door.
He's a likable cuss.
He's a good bloke.
|Synonyms||blighter, bloke, cuss, fella, feller, fellow, gent, lad|
|Broader (hypernym)||male, male person|
|2.||chap (shape) a long narrow depression in a surface|
|Synonyms||crack, cranny, crevice, fissure|
|Broader (hypernym)||depression, impression, imprint|
|3.||chap (object) a crack in a lip caused usually by cold|
|Broader (hypernym)||cleft, crack, crevice, fissure, scissure|
|4.||chap (artifact) (usually in the plural) leather leggings without a seat; joined by a belt; often have flared outer flaps; worn over trousers by cowboys to protect their legs|
|Broader (hypernym)||leg covering, legging, leging|
|Domain usage||plural, plural form|
English verb: chap
|1.||chap (change) crack due to dehydration|
|Samples||My lips chap in this dry weather.|
|Pattern of use||Something ----s|