A member of the Royal Australian Signal Corps (RASIGS).
Signallers are known as 'Chooks' throughout the Australian Army. It is believed the nickname originally came about during the Vietnam War. The Signallers of 152 Signal Squadron SASR, based at Nui Dat were placed in a small shack resembling a Chook Pen. With all the chatter over the radios heard from outside, they sounded very much like chooks - hence the nickname.
by Stump February 08, 2005
a positive amount of anything
hey mate, can you give the tv volume a couple of chooks?

shit this slappet has some chooks under the bonnet!
#volume #power #amount #plus #heaps
by peekaboo_jones September 27, 2005
a beanie type hat that is warn when its cold out
go grab my chook, its cold out
by Special K February 23, 2004
Aussie slang for weed,
Eddie: just go and have some chook man
#weed #choof #chook #buzz #pingers
by brock jones November 11, 2014
a portmanteau of chain and hook, used to describe something that is especially sick
"yo cal, that party was off the chook!"
#chook #chain #hook #portmanteau #bitchin
by tabernac1951 August 24, 2009
when sliced pepperoni has bits of the meat sleeve left around the edges
Dude, this sandwich is nasty, the pepperoni still has chooks
#food #pepperoni #sandwich #chook #dook #meat #lunch
by pepperoni john April 13, 2009
One who has the characteristics of both a Chode and a Mook. These people are often called "Tools" but such a title is hardly harsh enough to describe the caliber of person you are often dealing with. An especially Lame, or undesirable person who is so self-centered and arrogant, they can't seem to tell their Ass Hole from the Grand Canyon.
That guy is such a Tool he's surpassed all others. He's officially become a chook.
#tool #chode #mook #douch bag #prick #ass hole
by Littlegregfield February 27, 2008
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