Chock (verb)

  1. To wedge firmly, especially to prevent movement of a wheel or vessel.
  2. To fill or block up.


From old french choquer "to strike, bump", from choque "impact, shock".


  1. The wheels were chocked to prevent the car from rolling.
  2. The boat was chocked to keep it from drifting.
  3. The door was chocked to keep it from closing.
  4. The holes were chocked to prevent leaks.
  5. The pipes were chocked to prevent vibration.
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