(n) A block or wedge placed directly under something different, including a wheel, to help keep it from moving.
(n) Nautical much fitting of metal or wood with two jaws curving inwards, by which a rope or cable can be run.
(n) Any wooden block used as a wedge or filler
(v) to suit with or secure by a chock: The airplane's tires had been chocked and chained down.
(v) Nautical to position (a boat) on chocks.
(v) to cease or fasten, just like a wedge, or block; to scotch.
(a) As close as you can: must remain chock up against the railing.
(a) completely; quite.
(a) because completely as possible
(v) to cease or fasten, as with a wedge, or block; to scotch.
(v) To place a line in a chock.
(v) assistance on chocks
(v) To fill up, as a cavity.
A variant of choke.
Entirely; fully; as far as feasible: used in the nautical phrases chock aft, chock home, etc.
An obsolete variation of shock.
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