Definition of 'chopper'
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And both of them take the chopper round the other side. The Sun (2008)And a holidaying police chopper crew should have been recalled sooner. The Sun (2012)Earlier cops had warned they could find more dead amid the painstaking operation to remove the stricken police chopper from the scene. The Sun (2013)We are also hearing that some of the vehicle's passengers were taken on the choppers. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Russia said the chopper had taken humanitarian goods to the city of Aleppo. The Sun (2016)As a rescue chopper was scrambled, the medical team assembled. The Sun (2011)An Italian rescue chopper and boat were searching for the duo. The Sun (2010)The chopper then crashes into the village hall, killing at least two characters and injuring many more. The Sun (2015)A police chopper tried to spot the snake from the air with its thermal imaging camera. The Sun (2012)A police chopper and dog teams were used in the hunt. The Sun (2016)But both were destroyed after he ended his three-year stint as a search and rescue chopper pilot last week. The Sun (2013)The first two choppers crashed. The Sun (2013)The best advice that I can pass on is to take your chopper on a nice long foreign posting. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Women have served on the front line at the controls of British war jets and Apache attack choppers. The Sun (2013)Its crew turned around to pick him up before a Belgian rescue chopper took him to hospital in Ashford. The Sun (2009)It has made a quarter of the world's attack choppers and 13 per cent of the global helicopter fleet. The Sun (2011)Intelligence chiefs say it is only a matter of time before a Nato chopper is attacked by one in Helmand. The Sun (2012)THE tower block at the centre of yesterday's chopper crash boasts a 50million penthouse. The Sun (2013)
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Used Occasionally. chopper is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'chopper'
British English: chopper NOUN
A chopper is a helicopter.
Overhead, the chopper roared and the big blades churned the air.
Definition of chopper from the Collins English Dictionary
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