Meaning of chink
- a crack, cleft, or fissure: a chink in a wall.
- a narrow opening: a chink between two buildings.
- to fill up chinks in.
— v.t., v.i.
- to make, or cause to make, a short, sharp, ringing sound, as of coins or glasses striking together.
- a chinking sound: the chink of ice in a glass.
- coin or ready cash.
— n. Slang. (disparaging and offensive)
- a Chinese.
- chink (Thesaurus)