Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Choke"

The meaning of "Choke" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does choke up mean?
A: It means to become paralyzed by strong emotion and unable to continue or to perform, like fear or excessive expectation or sadness.
"Every time that it is my turn to bat, I choke (up) and can't hit the ball."
"We don't want him on our team because he chokes under pressure."
Q: What does you're choking. mean?
A: The “you” is referring to Chandler himself (the person who is talking to himself in this dialogue). He’s telling himself that he’s choking on the gum (even though he already knows that).
Haha, was this from the tv episode of Friends where he is trapped in the ATM vestibule with Jill Goodacre?
Q: What does he can choke mean?
A: Él se puede ahogar.
Q: What does choke mean?
A: its when you can't breathe because something is blocking your throat
Q: What does choked up mean?
A: Usually if someone is getting emotional

Example sentences using "Choke"

Q: Please show me example sentences with choked.
A: He started too chock because he ate too fast
He chocked when he was laughing too hard
Q: Please show me example sentences with choking.
A: “He was choking on a carrot.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with choke on.
A: "Slow down or you will choke on your food!"

"I hope he doesn't choke on stage during the show"
(to freeze up or make errors do to nervousness)

Really hope this helps!
Q: Please show me example sentences with choke.
A: He was choking on his bread
The murderer choked his victim with his bare hands

Synonyms of "Choke" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between choke and suffocate and strangle ?
A: they are all similar yeah but they mean different things
you can choke on air and food you don't suffocate on or strangle food or air
you suffocate due to lack of air or space you don't choke due to lack of air
strangled implies that your airways are blocked
strangling can lead to suffocation but not the other way around

they are all similar in the sense that they all talk about respiration
Q: What is the difference between choke and suffocate and strangle and gasp for air ?
A: when you choke you’re unable to breathe and when you suffocate you basically suffer and struggle for breath.
Here’s an example: If you’re being choked, you may suffocate.
Q: What is the difference between choke and smother ?
A: Choke is when you put your hands around someone's kneck so they can't breathe. Smother is when you put your hands on their nose and mouth so they can't breathe.
Q: What is the difference between choke and drown ?
A: choke is when you're suffocating ex: someone strangles you. When you are missing air
Drown: when you are under water and cannot breath
Q: What is the difference between choke and stifle ?
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Translations of "Choke"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? to choke
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? choking
A: The second way.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? choke

Other questions about "Choke"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce choke.
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Q: "She chokes easily" and "She is easy to choke" are the same meaning?
A: They are different. In the first case, "choke" is an intransitive verb whole meaning is typically related to getting something stuck in one's throat (like food) and starting to suffocate. In the second case, it is a transitive verb that involves another person doing the choking -- grabbing someone by the throat to constrict the airflow and eventually kill them.

So without additional context, I would assume in the first case she often chokes on food, and in the second case, that someone can kill her easily by choking her.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce choke .
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Q: 1. He chokes on the smoke
①I choked on the smoke

2.The water made him choke
①The water is making him choke
②He is choking on the water

3. He was choked on a cookie just now

4.He started to choke as he was eating too fast.

5.I was too shock to choked on the rice

does this sound natural?
A: "He choked on a cookie just now."
OR
"He was choking on a cookie just now."

"I was too shocked to choke on the rice."

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