1. (orig. UK black) to leave, to depart, to go somewhere.
|White Talk Black Talk 129: chip – to take one’s leave.|
|(con. 1979–80) Brixton Rock (2004) 52: What happened to my paps? [...] I bet he chipped.|
|Urban Grimshaw 73: Come on, Chop [...] We have to chip, quick time, before the scuffers come.|
2. (W.I., Trin.) to move and sway in time to music.
|Carnival 155: Pushing the cart, we walked. Chipping in time to the soca. [Ibid.] 164: All two thousand of us, chipping together to the soca.|