Chocker a block

Chocker a block
full up; overcrowded

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • chocker a block — Australian Slang full up; overcrowded …   English dialects glossary

  • chocker — adjective Brit. informal 1》 (also chocka) full. 2》 tired of or disgusted with something. Origin 1940s: from chock a block …   English new terms dictionary

  • chocker — Noun. Chocolate. Also chocko or the more childlike term chockies. Adj. Very crowded, busy. Also phrased as chocko. From the expression chock a block …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • chocker — /ˈtʃɒkə/ (say chokuh) adjective Colloquial 1. full; replete. 2. intoxicated. 3. Chiefly British → chock (def. 6). Also, chockers. {shortened form of chock a block} …  

  • chocker — adj. Brit. sl. fed up, disgusted. Etymology: CHOCK A BLOCK …   Useful english dictionary

  • chock-a-block — /tʃɒk ə ˈblɒk/ (say chok uh blok) Colloquial –adjective Also, chocka, chocker, chokka. 1. full; overcrowded. –adverb 2. Nautical → two blocks (def. 1). 3. Also …  

  • chock-a-block — adj. & adv. crammed close together; crammed full (a street chock a block with cars). Etymology: orig. Naut., with ref. to tackle with the two blocks run close together * * * adverb as completely as possible it was chock a block full • Syn: ↑chock …   Useful english dictionary

  • solid — adj 1. cubic, three dimensional. 2. block, unbroken, in a row; one piece, monadic, unipartite. 3. dense, thick, compact, close, firm, hard; impenetrable, impervious, impermeable, nonporous; proof, resistant, hermetic; indissoluble, insoluble,… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • abundant — adj 1. plentiful, plenteous, plenitudi nous, Inf. plenty, fat, bountiful, bounteous, copious, ample, more than enough; big, large, great, huge, bumper; immeasurable, unmeasured, inexhaustible, bottomless, unstinted; much, many, numerous, Inf.… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • bountiful — adj 1. generous, liberal, giving, munificent, princely, openhanded, free handed; altruistic, free, unselfish, unsparing, unstinting, self sacrificing; charitable, philanthropic, eleemosynary; kind, good, beneficent, benevolent, magnanimious, big… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

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