1. full to the brim.
|Westmorland Gaz. 11 Sept. 8/5: [from Punch] All England has gone crazy with delight in hearing of it. Bedlam is choke full, JHanwell p’raps is chocker.|
|Indep. on Sun. Real Life 11 July 3: The largest and most important island [...] is chocka with rainforests.|
|Guardian Guide 26 June–2 July 8: The chart in general is chocka with candyfloss of recent vintage.|
|Lingo 92: chock-a-block – full up [...] is usually shortened to chokka, as in the probably apocryphal words of the air-line clerk to the intending passenger sorry, ocker, the fokka’s chokka.|
|Grits 302: The pubs’ll be fuckin chocker.|
|Vatican Bloodbath 108: Double decker buses chocka with gawping tourists.|
2. extremely dissatisfied, unhappy, ‘fed up’.
|Gen 1 Sept. 13/1: When Jenny the Wren is fed up with the world she is ‘chokker’.|
|Gun in My Hand 108: He was terribly unsettled when he came back from the war [...] He used to say he was chokker all the time.|
|Anatomy of Crime 95: I’ve had this, Paddy. I’m chokka.|
|(con. WWII) Soldier Erect 87: ‘You’re looking proper brassed off, mucker, isn’t he, Taffy?’ ‘Proper chokka.’.|
|Submariners Ii i: What’s he so chokker about?|
|(con. WW2) Heart of Oak [ebook] Christ, they must be bloody chokka — [...] They must be pissed off being up here with the real bloody war, eh?’.|
3. (UK juv.) wonderful, fantastic.
|OnLine Dict. of Playground Sl. [Internet] chokker, choc, n. great, wonderful, magic, excellent.|