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  • n. Plural form of chukka.


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  • • Matches are divided into periods of play called chukkas, each lasting seven minutes. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Match divided into four to six periods each of up to seven-and-a-half minutes known as "chukkas"

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • Paired with slim-legged jeans or tapered khakis, chukkas "give you a clean, '60s silhouette," Mr. Muytjens noted.

    Riding High

  • Once marketed as an "Indian boot," Quoddy's coveted hand-sewn moccasin is made of just two pieces of leather and covers more of the ankle than the competition—thereby defining a niche for itself in an increasingly crowded field that includes everything from dressier, hand-painted chukkas at Cole Haan to sneaker hybrids at Lanvin.

    Riding High

  • A pair of chukkas for the grind, and some boat shoes for the weekend.

    Edina Sultanik: Men's Style Is Alive and Well in Iowa

  • In the tiny upstairs bedroom, Kevin takes off his leather jacket, sits on the bed, and unlaces his Timberland chukkas.


  • Our celebrity team would play two chukkas before the proper game of polo that Suzanne organized with real polo players, who would give our guests an exciting taste of the fast and furious game of indoor polo.

    One From The Hart

  • That gave us four celebrities, plus Manuel and Bob, who would keep the ball moving for our exhibition “chukkas.”

    One From The Hart

  • The guy pulled out num-chukkas and started swinging them around and started getting really aggressive.

    Archive 2005-05-01

  • During the previous evening there had been a series of incidents, including a window being smashed at the home of Pender's former girlfriend, leading to the trio allegedly arming themselves with num-chukkas and a knife.

    Archive 2005-05-01


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