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choke /tʃəʊk $ tʃoʊk/ verb


ساسات هوا ، از کف دادن خونسردی ، ساسات خودرو چوک (وسایل الکترونیکی) ، خفه کردن ، بستن ، مسدود کردن ، انسداد ، اختناق ، دریچه ، ساسات (ماشین) ، علوم مهندسی: ساسات کاربراتور مسدود کردن ، معماری: دریچه سوخت ، ورزش: باریکتر شدن تدریجی لوله تفنگ نزدیک دهانه ، علوم هوایی: ساسات ، علوم نظامی: ساسات خودرو چوک

: choke(up)

ورزش: کوتاه کردن محل نگهداشتن چوب بیس بال
الکترونیک: ساسات هوا ، ساسات کاربراتور مسدود کردن ، علوم مهندسی: از کف دادن خونسردی ، باریکتر شدن تدریجی لوله تفنگ نزدیک دهانه ، ورزشی: چوک ، ساسات ، هواپیمایی: دریچه سوخت ، معماری: مسدود کردن ، خفه کردن ، ساسات خودرو چوک ، وسایل الکترونیکی ، : علوم نظامی: خفه کردن ، بستن ، مسدود کردن ، انسداد، اختناق ، دریچه ، ساسات( ماشین) زیست شناسی: گرفتگی مری

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

choke
[verb]
Synonyms:
- strangle, asphyxiate, gag, overpower, smother, stifle, suffocate, suppress, throttle
- block, bar, bung, clog, congest, constrict, obstruct, stop

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. choke1 /tʃəʊk $ tʃoʊk/ verb
[Date: 1300-1400; Origin: achoke 'to choke' (11-14 centuries), from Old English aceocian]

1. [intransitive] to be unable to breathe properly because something is in your throat or there is not enough air
choke on
He choked on a piece of bread.
Six people choked to death on the fumes.

2. [transitive] if something chokes you, it makes you unable to breathe properly:
I felt as if there was a weight on my chest, choking me.
The smoke was choking me.

3. [transitive] to prevent someone from breathing by putting your hands around their throat and pressing on it:
His hands were round her throat, choking her.

4. [intransitive and transitive] to be unable to talk clearly because you are feeling a strong emotion
choke with
He was choking with rage.
I was too choked with emotion to speak.
Her voice was choked with rage.

5. [transitive] (also choke something ↔ out) to say something with difficulty because you are very upset or angry:
‘Get out,’ she choked.

6. [transitive] (also choke something ↔ up) to fill a place so that things cannot move through it:
Weeds were choking the stream.
be choked (up) with something
The gutters were choked up with leaves.

7. [intransitive] informal to fail at doing something, especially a sport, because there is a lot of pressure on you:
People said I choked, but I just had a bad day on the golf course.

8. [transitive] if one plant chokes another, it kills it by growing all around it and taking away its light and room to grow:
Weeds can quickly choke delicate garden plants.

9. choke a horse American English spoken if you say that something is big enough to choke a horse, you are emphasizing that it is very big:
a wad of bills big enough to choke a horse
choke something ↔ back phrasal verb
to control your anger, sadness etc so that you do not show it:
He choked back tears as he described what had happened.
She choked back a sob.
I choked back my anger.
choke off something phrasal verb
to prevent something from happening:
It is feared that higher interest rates might choke off economic recovery.
choke something ↔ out phrasal verb
to say something with difficulty because you are very upset or angry:
His heart hammered as he choked out the words.
‘No!’ she choked out.
choke up phrasal verb

1. choke something ↔ up to fill a place so that things cannot move through it
be choked up with something
The stream was choked up with weeds.

2. choke somebody up to make someone feel very upset and unable to talk:
This song really chokes me up.
I was really choked up when I saw her again.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. choke2 noun [countable]

1. a piece of equipment in a vehicle that controls the amount of air going into the engine, and that is used to help the engine start

2. the sound that someone makes when they cannot breathe properly because something is in their throat or there is not enough air:
She gave a little choke of laughter.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

choke
verb
ADV. almost, nearly
VERB + CHOKE threaten to The panic rising in his throat threatened to choke him.
make sb The fumes from the burning tyres made her choke.
PREP. on My son nearly choked on one of those sweets.
PHRASES choke (sb) to death He choked to death when a fish bone got stuck in his throat.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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