Definition of chocker in English:

chocker

Line breaks: chocker
Pronunciation: /ˈtʃɒkə
 
/

adjective

[predic.] informal
  • 1British Tired of or disgusted with something: I’m a little chocker with this place
  • 2 (Australian also chockers) British Full: the church was chocker with flowers
    More example sentences
    • The gig venue was chockers full of Aussies, all seemingly determined to assert their Aussiness.
    • When I got it five years ago I only had two holes filled, methinks it'll be completely chockers by next year.
    • September is chockers with unsuitable election dates, ranging from September 11, which would be crass, to the AFL grand final on September 25, which would be unpopular, and lots of school holidays.

Origin

Second World War (originally naval slang): from chock-a-block.

Get more from Oxford Dictionaries

Subscribe to remove adverts and access premium resources

Word of the day skosh
Pronunciation: skəʊʃ
noun
a small amount; a little