Spanish translation of 'choke up'
transitive verb + adverb
[pipe, drain] obstruir
intransitive verb + adverbSee also choke
1. [pipe, drain] atascarse
2. [person] quedarse sin habla
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Example Sentences Including 'choke up'
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And the heart-throb singer admits he got choked up when filming was finished.The Sun (2011)
I'm prone to choking up in polling stations, an emotional response incongruous with the usual bleak hall and bored staff huddling around a fan heater.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
They gave me a standing ovation in the dressing room and I got a bit choked up.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
It's impossible to watch without getting choked up but also feeling hopeful about the future.The Sun (2015)
When he got to about the third grandchild's name he got choked up and tears began to run down his cheeks.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Used Rarely. choke up is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translation of choke up from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary