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Slang

chockablock | chock-a-block | chock-full

This page is about the slang term chockablock | chock-a-block | chock-full

Meaning

completely full of people or things, crammed full

For example

  • My suitcase is chockablock with clothes and books and shoes and stuff. I couldn't possibly get anything else in there.

  • EnglishClub.com is chock-full of great stuff for learners of English.

Quick Quiz

The carpark next to our office is chock-a-block, so you'll have to

a. park in there

b. park somewhere else

c. park illegally

Slang of the Day

Contributor: Matt Errey