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Translation of "choke" - English-Spanish dictionary

choke

verb   /tʃəʊk/ ( present participle choking, past tense and past participle choked)
to stop breathing because something is in your throat atragantarse Small children can choke on peanuts.
noun   /tʃəʊk/
a piece of equipment that controls the amount of air going into a car engine estárter
(Definition of choke from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

choke

verb /tʃəuk/
to (cause to) stop, or partly stop, breathing ahogar, asfixiar The gas choked him He choked to death.
to block obstruir This pipe was choked with dirt.
(Definition of choke from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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