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Chad | Words We Caught This Week

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Chad: the piece that you remove when you make a hole in a piece of paper or card.

https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/chad

Here’s a word we caught this week. We thought we’d share chad with you because it’s just so random. Who’d ever have thought you’d need a specific word for the piece of paper removed by a hole punch or similar device?

Here’s an example of it in use:

Once I’m done filing things away, I like to take the discarded chad from the hole punch and throw it all over the office. It’s a bit like a party!

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Chad | Words We Caught This Week

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