adj.— «Their monkey business was recently uncovered, they have been caught red handed dipping their dirty fingers in the cookie jar like the P1.3 million auto-clave scam. The machine used to sterilize hospital tools failed to meet specification and quality standards because the unit was unbranded and merely “chop-chop” or “pasad” in local parlance.» —“Trio Los Bobos [11]” by Peter Jimenea Iloilo Views (Philippines) Dec. 29, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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  1. “Chop-chop” is widely used in India when one wants to tell someone to ” be quick “.

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