Translation of choker in Spanish:

choker

gargantilla, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtʃəʊkə//ˈtʃoʊkər/

noun

  • 1

    (necklace)
    gargantilla feminine
    • Necklaces, rings, bracelets, anklets, chokers, earrings, and some articles I couldn't have begun to guess at dazzled my vision.
    • She dried and styled her hair in waves, then put on her spike choker and heart earrings to finish the outfit.
    • Finally Taylor drew an anklet and bracelet that matched the choker half of the necklace.
    • She makes each piece of her jewellery - chokers, necklaces, bracelets, rings, watchbands - out of literally hundreds of the little suckers.
    • Over the years Michele's designs continued to evolve from napkin holders and bracelets to earrings, necklaces, chokers and hair accessories at a rapid pace.
    • Diamonds, chokers, necklaces, bracelets, and a silver diadem were added to the pendant that Skye had put on in Derick's attic.
    • Look out too for sequins on handbags, shoes, and even accessories like chokers and bracelets.
    • My metal good luck charms, chains, necklaces, choker and earrings all clashed against the brick of the hearth.
    • The earrings, chains, chokers and necklaces stood out for their designs - elegant but subdued, stylish yet not loud.
    • Elise's jewellery is distinguished by large stones such as rose crystal, turquoise and coral, strung together to make chunky chokers and necklaces - often with quirky bits and bobs attached.
    • I move back over to my dresser and find my spiked jewelry and put on as much as I can fit: bracelets, anklets, chokers, and a belt.
    • She has on large gold hoop earrings, a gold choker with a red gem embedded in the middle and several gold bangles.
    • Finger-rings and ear-studs, stone necklaces and ornamental chokers, brightly hued bracelets and innovatively shaped pendants are there in rich profusion.
    • Then she armed herself with wristbands, bracelets, and chokers.
    • I fiddle with the drawing from last night's barely-remembered dream and pick up some of my spiked jewelry, two leather bracelets and a choker, from my bedside table and slide them on.
    • Bangles and bracelets, earrings and ear-tops, necklaces and chokers, from Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan make for a visual treat.
    • The collection, featuring pieces for both men and women ranging from chokers, bracelets and ear-rings to cufflinks, will provide an exciting fusion of glamour and technology.
    • I have no badges, no anklets, bracelets, or chokers, no chains, no rings.
    • Aubrey put the choker on, a bracelet around each wrist and the remaining bracelet around her right ankle.
    • She wore gauntlets, earrings, and some chokers at her neck.
  • 2

    (collar)
    cuello alto masculine
    • Sorrow and I looked around at the chokers and collars.
    • He was eight years old when he and other boys, dressed in their Sunday special outfits of swallow-tail coats with a white choker collar, formed a guard of honour for Mr Thompson before a wonderful tea was served.