adjective[predic.] informal , chiefly British
Crammed full of people or things: the manual is chock-a-block with information
More example sentences
- With TV schedules chock-a-block full of irritating property makeover shows, you can't deny we're all obsessed with interiors.
- The whole film is chock-a-block full of amazing FX gadgets, surprising twists and interesting characters (not to mention product placements for a leading car manufacturer).
- Usually this free newspaper is chock-a-block full of advertisements and feces for articles.
Definition of chock-a-block in:
- The US English dictionary