Learn English Grammar From A–Z
1hasta los topesde bote en boteto be chockablock (with sth/sb)informal — estar hasta los topes (de algo/algn)
- With TV schedules chock-a-block full of irritating property makeover shows, you can't deny we're all obsessed with interiors.
- The whole film is chock-a-block full of amazing FX gadgets, surprising twists and interesting characters (not to mention product placements for a leading car manufacturer).
- Usually this free newspaper is chock-a-block full of advertisements and feces for articles.
- The 100g bar of Chocolat Noir, which I scoffed in one heady moment of shameless indulgence, was chock-a-block with cocoa solids - a whopping 76 per cent.
- It comes highly recommended and it's chock-a-block full of action, strategy, humor, mini-games, it'll take many hours to finish, and Luigi finally gets some props.
- Having long had this match penciled in as a win, and on the back of two stirring victories, we were chock-a-block full of confidence that our recent good record against the Hooped Affair was going to continue.
- Ian Hunter, after having established his position as leader of the band again, was chock-a-block full of songs.
- The crowd is chock-a-block with people who like all kinds of music, and there are only very few acts that can cater for such an assorted group of people.
- Organiser Mohammed Salim said: ‘It was chock-a-block and everyone created a great atmosphere.’
- At the war memorial it was chock-a-block with people standing on the pavement and even in the road.
- We will fight long and hard because our roads are already chock-a-block with traffic and more housing will only make the problem worse.
- It looks like it was probably built in the 1980s, consists of 15 well appointed apartments with balcony, and is probably chock-a-block with very wealthy people.
- ‘If there was a Commission for Neds' Equality the courts would be chock-a-block with people not allowed into Archaos,’ he said.
- While you probably imagined that my family tree was chock-a-block with international playboys and glamorous socialites, I actually come from a long line of caravanners.
- This New Year more than any other, magazines and minds have been chock-a-block with virtuous resolutions concerning abstention, inch - loss and sweat.
- Marienbad and music are synonymous, not only because of its illustrious musical visitors, but the summer season is chock-a-block with musical events.
- In fact, the 21-room building became so chock-a-block he chose to live in the Priest's House, a converted cottage near the manor.
- Even now Skipton's car parks are chock-a-block on a warm summer's day and tourists drive round aimlessly and with increasing frustration.
- After a chat we were on our way, most of the day's climbing done on a quiet kilometre of back road up the side of a valley otherwise chock-a-block with bracken.
- This clever power-pop debut is chock-a-block with meaty tunes.