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  • choke — chokeable, adj. /chohk/, v., choked, choking, n. v.t. 1. to stop the breath of by squeezing or obstructing the windpipe; strangle; stifle. 2. to stop by or as if by strangling or stifling: The sudden wind choked his words. 3. to stop by filling;… …   Universalium

  • choke — [c]/tʃoʊk / (say chohk) verb (choked, choking) –verb (t) 1. to stop the breath of, by squeezing or obstructing the windpipe; strangle; stifle; suffocate. 2. to stop, as the breath or utterance, by or as by strangling or stifling. 3. to check or… …   Australian English dictionary

  • choke — [[t]tʃoʊk[/t]] v. choked, chok•ing, n. 1) to stop the breath of by squeezing or obstructing the windpipe; strangle; stifle 2) to stop by or as if by strangling or stifling: The sudden wind choked his words[/ex] 3) to stop by filling; obstruct;… …   From formal English to slang

  • choke — [14] Etymologically, to choke is to cut off air by constricting the ‘cheeks’, for it is a derivative of cēoce, the Old English word for ‘cheek’. There is actually such a verb recorded, just once, from Old English: the compound ācēocian, with the… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins


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