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choked

adjective [after verb]     /tʃəʊkt/ US  /tʃoʊkt/
unable to speak because you are upset (因为难过而)哽咽的,说不出话的 She tried to say a few words but found herself choked. 她努力想说几句,可是却发现自己哽咽得说不出话来。 Feeling sad and unhappy
Translations of “choked”
in Chinese (Traditional) (因為難過而)哽咽的,說不出話的…
(Definition of choked from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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