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chock

noun [C] uk   /tʃɒk/  us   /tʃɑːk/
a block of wood that can be put under a wheel or a heavy object to prevent it from moving
Translations of “chock”
in Chinese (Traditional) (防止車輪或重物滑動的)楔子,墊木…
in Chinese (Simplified) (防止车轮或重物滑动的)楔子,垫木…
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