English version

chock-a-block

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchock-a-blockchock-a-block /ˌtʃɒk ə ˈblɒk◂ $ ˈtʃɑːk ə ˌblɑːk/ adjective [not before noun] British English 🔊 🔊 FULLcompletely full of people or thingschock-a-block with 🔊 Paris was chock-a-block with tourists.
Examples from the Corpus
chock-a-blockAt six in the morning the tradesmen's entrance had been chock-a-block with fishermen, and the kitchen resembled Billingsgate.Best of all were the three libraries, which were chock-a-block with rare and ancient books.
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