Adjective {after verb} UK SLANG FOR

Sorry, I can't make it, I'm all chocka this afternoon!
by Roola September 19, 2007
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Informal Brit mainly in Liverpool (Scouse English). Busy - sustaining much activity: a busy morning; a busy street.

Scouse saying: chocka, chocka block, rammed.
Went down The Asda earlier with me bird, proper gutted it was chocka - took us ages to get served, gutted.
by 3ntranced September 17, 2016
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fuller than full, packed, filled to the brim, crowded...
Mate, this pub is absolutely chockas, let's go to the Strip joint down the road..
by Sawbones October 16, 2005
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(Brit, especially Liverpool slang) Adj: Full of strength, energy, power, or ambition.
I am still Chocka! I can have anothor 90 min game play.
by Figoep November 19, 2009
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1. A fantasy sports player who is winning their league up until the last week, then they choke, and fall out of the money.
Fantasy Sports Geek #1: Damn, you see Chris choked big time in our league?

Fantasy Sports Geek #2: He is Chocka.
by theWood May 23, 2005
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An authentic American food dish made with 1 cup flour, 2 cups eggs, 3 cups brown sugar. mixture is baked with cheese on top and served over salad.
We are skipping the turkey and having Chockas for Thanksgiving this year.
by drbread August 16, 2012
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Adj:Word used to substitute for THE bad word, as invented by a middle school teacher to express frustration, joy, excitement, troubled times, etc. It truly can be used as a universal slang-cuss word replacement.
1. Student punches another in the face: Chocka-Nai, go to the office.
2. Teacher gets his contract re-signed: CHOCKA-NAI!!!!!!!
by Mr. DMo May 13, 2008
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