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  • 1 choke

    [ əuk] 1. verb
    1) (to (cause to) stop, or partly stop, breathing: The gas choked him; He choked to death.) noslāpt; nosmakt
    2) (to block: This pipe was choked with dirt.) aizsērēt
    2. noun
    (an apparatus in a car engine etc to prevent the passage of too much air when starting the engine.) slāpētājs (motorā)
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    aizdusas lēkme; aizbīdnis; slāpētājs; drosele; smacēt, žņaugt; aizrīties; noslāpēt, apslāpēt; aizsērēt

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  • 2 to choke a fire

    apslāpēt uguni

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  • 3 to choke a plant

    pārmākt augu

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  • 4 to choke back

    apvaldīt

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  • 5 to choke down

    ātri rīt; ar mokām norīt

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  • 6 to choke in

    turēt mēli aiz zobiem; iejaukties; piedalīties; piebalsot; reģistrēties par ierašanos darbā; reģistrēties viesnīcā; reģistrēt biļeti

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  • 7 to choke with anger

    vai slāpt aiz dusmām

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  • 8 gag

    [ɡæɡ] 1. past tense, past participle - gagged; verb
    1) (to prevent (a person) talking or making a noise, by putting something in or over his mouth: The guards tied up and gagged the prisoners.) piespiest klusēt; neļaut runāt; aizbāzt muti (ar vīkšķi)
    2) (to choke and almost be sick.) rīstīties
    2. noun
    (something which is put in or over a person's mouth to prevent him talking or making a noise.) sprūds; vīkšķis
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    sprūds, vīšķis; debašu pārtraukšana; aizbāzt muti; neļaut runāt, piespiest klusēt; rīstīties; iespraust paša vārdus; izjokot, piekrāpt; ielikt mutplēti

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  • 9 throttle

    ['Ɵrotl] 1. noun
    ((in engines, the lever attached to) the valve controlling the flow of steam, petrol etc: The car went faster as he opened the throttle.) drosele
    2. verb
    (to choke (someone) by gripping the throat: This scarf is throttling me!) žņaugt; smacēt; slāpēt
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    rīkle; drosele; žņaugt; apspiest; noslāpt, nosmakt; droselēt

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