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choke
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choke /tʃouk/
  • danh từ
    • lõi rau atisô
    • sự làm nghẹt, sự làm kẹt, sự tắc lại
    • sự làm ngột, sự làm tắt (tức) thở
    • chỗ thắt lại, chỗ co lại, chỗ bóp lại
    • (điện học) cuộn cảm kháng ((cũng) choker)
      • high-frequency choke: cuộn cảm kháng cao tần
    • (kỹ thuật) van điều tiết không khí; bướm gió
    • ngoại động từ
      • làm nghẹt, làm tắc (tức) thở
        • to choke to death: làm cho nghẹt thở; bóp cổ chết
      • làm chết ngạt
        • to choke a plant: làm cho cây bị chết ngạt
      • (+ up) bít lại, bịt lại
        • to choke [up] pipe: bịt ống lại
      • nén, nuốt (giận, nước mắt)
      • nội động từ
        • nghẹt thở, ngạt thở, tắc (tức) thở
          • to choke with laughter: tức thở vì cười, cười ngất
        • uất, uất lên
          • to choke with anger: tức uất lên
        • tắc, nghẹt (ống dẫn...)
        • to choke back
          • cầm, nuốt (nước mắt)
        • to choke back one's tears: cầm nước mắt
        • to choke down
          • nuốt, nén
        • to choke down one's anger: nuốt giận
        • to choke in
          • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) lặng thinh, nín lặng
        • to choke off
          • bóp cổ
        • can gián, khuyên can
        • đuổi đi
          • to choke someone off: đuổi ai đi
        • to choke up
          • bịt, bít chặt
        • làm nghẹt (tiếng)
        • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) lặng thinh, nín lặng
      Concise Dictionary
      chokes|choked|chokingtʃəʊk
      noun
      +a coil of low resistance and high inductance used in electrical circuits to pass direct current and attenuate alternating current
      +a valve that controls the flow of air into the carburetor of a gasoline engine
      verb
      +breathe with great difficulty, as when experiencing a strong emotion
      +be too tight; rub or press
      +wring the neck of
      +constrict (someone's) throat and keep from breathing
      +struggle for breath; have insufficient oxygen intake
      +fail to perform adequately due to tension or agitation
      +check or slow down the action or effect of
      +become or cause to become obstructed
      +impair the respiration of or obstruct the air passage of
      +become stultified, suppressed, or stifled
      +suppress the development, creativity, or imagination of
      +pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life
      +reduce the air supply
      +cause to retch or choke

      Thesaurus Dictionary
      v.
      1 suffocate, asphyxiate, smother, stifle, strangle, throttle, garrotte or garrote or garotte, burke:
      He choked his elderly victims, then stole their money.
      2 stop, fill (up), block (up), obstruct, congest, clog, dam (up), constrict:
      The channel is completely choked with weeds.
      3 Also, choke off. smother, suppress, stifle, prohibit, frustrate, deny, obviate, cut off, stop, put a stop to; dissuade, discourage:
      His policies choked off any chance for innovation.
      4 choke back or down. suppress, repress, stifle, restrain:
      He choked back the tears when he saw the gravestone.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      verb, noun
      + verb
      1 ~ (on sth) to be unable to breathe because the passage to your lungs is blocked or you cannot get enough air; to make sb unable to breathe: [V] He was choking on a piece of toast. + She almost choked to death in the thick fumes. + [VN] Very small toys can choke a baby.
      2 [VN] to make sb stop breathing by squeezing their throat
      Synonym: STRANGLE
      He may have been choked or poisoned.
      3 ~ (with sth) to be unable to speak normally especially because of strong emotion; to make sb feel too emotional to speak normally: [V] His voice was choking with rage. + [VN] Despair choked her words. + 'I can't bear it,' he said in a choked voice.
      See also - CHOKED
      4 [VN] ~ sth (up) (with sth) to block or fill a passage, space, etc. so that movement is difficult: The pond was choked with rotten leaves. + The roads are choked up with traffic.
      5 [V] (AmE, informal) to fail at sth, for example because you are nervous
      Phrasal Verbs: choke sth<->back to try hard to prevent your feelings from showing: to choke back tears / anger / sobs
      choke sth<->down to swallow sth with difficulty
      choke sth<->off
      1 to prevent or limit sth: High prices have choked off demand.
      2 to interrupt sth; to stop sth: Her screams were suddenly choked off.
      choke out
      choke out sth to say sth with great difficulty because you feel a strong emotion: He choked out a reply. + [+ speech] 'I hate you!' she choked out.
      choke up (AmE) to find it difficult to speak, because of the strong emotion that you are feeling: She choked up when she began to talk about her mother.
      + noun
      1 a device that controls the amount of air flowing into the engine of a vehicle: the choke button + If the car won't start, try giving it a bit more choke (= reducing the flow of air into the engine by pulling out the choke).
      2 an act or the sound of choking: She gave a little choke of laughter.
      Collocation Dictionary
      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.



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