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Definition of chocka

chocka

  • disgruntled or full up. Royal Navy slang. Also spelled chokker.
    I'm really chocka, I've had my weekend leave request turned down.
    It's chocka in here, no room to swing a cat.
    No more scran (food) for me mate, I'm chocka.

    Last edited on Apr 27 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 26 2013.

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