overcome with emotion. Typically with anger. Originally a form of British slang. More commonly used in Canada than in the US, particularly in the western provinces. Can also refer to intense emotion (e.g. 'when he told me he loved me, I was so choked up'), or intense disappointment (e.g. 'when I found out I didn't get the job, I was pretty choked').
When that guy hit my car, I was so choked.
When I saw the scary face, I was so choked.
Last edited on Apr 20 2013. Submitted by Seb from Canada
on May 03 2002.
Definitions include: inside the military, slang for practice of taking a piece of intelligence or a request that should be pushed through the chain of command - checked at levels and sent from one level to another - and bringing it straight to the highest authority. -- The New Yorker