term used by british pilots in ww2 to indicate that they were ready to take off and therefore required that the blocks placed in front of the planes wheels be removed so the plane can take off... the blocks were placed there origionaly to stop the plane from rolling away. said with a stiff old fasioned british accent (don't go thinking that all british people speak in a "posh" british accent u arrogant americans.
chocks away old boy, got to go and beat jerry so we can all be home before christmas!
by David Rees November 23, 2003
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