1. adjective [ADJ n, v-link ADJ with n] If you say something in a choked voice or if your voice is choked with emotion, your voice does not have its full sound, because you are upset or frightened. ⇒ 'Why did Ben do that?' she asked, in a choked voice. [+ with] ⇒ One young conscript rose with a message of thanks, his voice choked with emotion. 2. graded adjective [v-link ADJ] If you feel choked about something, you are very angry or upset about it. [British, informal] ⇒ I still feel choked about him leaving.
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