1. [mid-19C+] (US, also choke in, ...up) to stop talking; esp. as imper. choke it! choke up! shut up!
2. [1930s+] (N.Z./US) to stop doing something; to turn off, e.g. a radio.
3. [1930s] (Aus. Und.) to assault and rob.
4. [1930s+] (US) orig. sporting, to lose one’s nerve when faced by pressure.
5. [1960s] (US campus) to reprimand or refuse; to ‘shoot down’.
6. [1960s+] to surprise, to shock, to disgust.
7. [1960s+] (US campus) to do badly in work that one should have found easy.
8. [1960s+] (US campus) to smoke marijuana.
SE in slang uses
1. [early 19C] rum, grog.
2. [late 19C–1910s] cheese; unappetizing food.
[1950s] (W.I.) foofoo, a mixture of yams, plantains and cassava boiled and then pounded into a thick mass.
[late 16C–early 19C] an unanswerable objection, a reproof.
[1940s–50s] (US) a necktie.
[1980s] (Aus.) a general negative or dismissive phr. used variously as to context.
see under darkie n.
[1970s+] (US) a roadside café, a truckstop.
[1990s+] to masturbate.
1. to masturbate.
2. (also feed the chooks (on Master Bates farm)) to masturbate a partner.
3. [1980s] (US) to have sexual intercourse.
see under lizard n.