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  • Another Cantonese phonetic realisation in English orthographic representation. It's different from "choke", "to chok" is "to make effort in posing or making cool faces".

    Another meaning of "to chok" (with an object) is "to try hard (to achieve something)", especially to key in cheats in videos games.

    1. The model chok-ed so hard that her face cramped.
    2. Tim spent three days to chok the cheats for "Doom 2".

    July 22, 2011