transf. jammed or crammed close together; also of a place or person, crammed with, chock-full of.
Yes. Well, if you, if you wanted to buy a house and like us, your first house, young family, living on a pretty ruddy tight budget, you, you had to. You couldn 't afford anything else. So again our street was choc-a-bloc full of young families, young children and um, actually that whole area was.
|Squeezed together; jammed; filled|