Chalk and Chock and Choke and Chuck




Chalk and Chock and Choke and Chuck :


Chalk : (noun)

(
1 ) Type of white rock used for burning to make lime


(
2 ) This or similar substance made into white or colored sticks for writing or drawing on black-boards

Give me a stick of chalk.

This is a picture drawn in chalk.



Chalk : (verb)

(
1 ) Write, draw or mark something with a chalk

Draw with chalk

The boys chalked out goal-posts on the play ground wall.


(
2 ) Achieve or register a success

The team has chalked up its fourth win in a row.



Chock : (noun)

(
1 ) Block or wedge used to prevent a wheel, barrel door, etc…from moving



Choke : (verb)

(
1 ) Be unable to breathe because one’s windpipe is blocked by something

He choked to death on a fish bone.


(
2 ) Cause someone to stop breathing by blocking the wind-pipe

Make someone unable to breathe easily

The fumes almost choked me.


(
3 ) Become speechless

She was choking with emotions.


(
4 ) Cause someone to become speechless

Anger choked his words.


(
5 ) Block

Clog or smother something

The drains are choking up with dead leaves.



Chuck : (verb)

(
1 ) Throw something carelessly or causally

Chuck it in the dustbin.

Chuck me the newspaper if you have finished reading it.


(
2 ) Abandon

Give up someone / something

That girl has just chucked her boyfriend.



Chuck : (noun)

(
1 ) Playful touch or stroke under the chin

I gave the baby a chuck.











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