Chippy around - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
To be apt to behave in a promiscuous manner. ("Chippy" is a slang term for a promiscuous woman or a prostitute.) No, I don't chippy around anymore—I gave that up when I got married.
in. to be sexually promiscuous. She has been known to chippy around, but not with just anyone and never for money!
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Sally Shirley Tak's in Northfield is by far the best chippy around
, good value for money and the food is always delicious.
The quiet 28-year-old - who lived with her elderly aunt - was last seen in the local chippy around
Traditional tapas restaurants share waterfront billing with Chinese (the cheapest at 10 euros for three courses plus glass of wine) and the impressive Italian Don Corleone (don't complain about the food or you'll end up sleeping with the fishes at the Codfather chippy around
As regards take-away meals, I don't remember a time when we didn't have our chippy around