chippings

[[t]tʃɪ̱pɪŋz[/t]]
N-PLURAL: usu n N
Wood chippings or stone chippings are small pieces of wood or stone which are used, for example, to cover surfaces such as paths or roads.

Paths of bark chippings will help to give the impression of a woodland walkway.


English dictionary. 2008.

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