/ (ˈtʃɒkə) /
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informal full up; packed
British slang irritated; fed up
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Word Origin for chocker
C20: from chock-a-block
Words nearby chocker
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How to use chocker in a sentence
Think of living forty years, like Doctor Chocker, on the husks of the digamma!