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choko

/ (ˈtʃəʊkəʊ) /
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noun plural -kos
the cucumber-like fruit of a tropical American cucurbitaceous vine, Sechium edule: eaten as a vegetable in the Caribbean, Australia, and New Zealand
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Word Origin for choko

C18: from a Brazilian Indian name
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How to use choko in a sentence

  • Kogito Choko, modeled on Oe, becomes obsessed with tapes made by his lifelong friend before he committed suicide.

    This Week's Hot Reads|The Daily Beast|March 10, 2010|DAILY BEAST
  • "Pretty close to Choko's Find, Polly dear," said her father.

    Polly and Eleanor|Lillian Elizabeth Roy
  • And now this is what we have planned regarding Choko's Find.

    Polly and Eleanor|Lillian Elizabeth Roy
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