[ US /ˈθɹɑtəɫɪŋ, ˈθɹɑtɫɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /θɹˈɒtlɪŋ/ ]
  1. the act of suffocating (someone) by constricting the windpipe
    no evidence that the choking was done by the accused
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How To Use throttling In A Sentence

  • Defense played well, especially in throttling the Bengals at times. Titans vs Bengals « Michael in Nashville
  • On occasion he found himself scanning the lake, throttling down as he passed bleak islands of rock and pine.
  • Introduces the working principle, characteristics and install requirement of hidden throttling device.
  • I watched my fair share of horror or violent films as a kid and I never went out and tried my hand at throttling someone or whatever.
  • Naturally the BIOS of the motherboard has the clock throttling feature enabled, as its disabled by default.
  • Happy to milk the galleries he gives back as much as he receives and, despite throttling back his driving, he can still conjure up the kind of spectacular shots that keep the galleries cheering.
  • FCC loses Comcast's court challenge, a major setback for agency on Internet policies Comcast Beats FCC In Throttling Case - DC Court of Appeals overturns FCC order Federal court rules against @FCC in Comcast case, lacks authority … Techmeme
  • Regular style globe valves are suitable for moderate throttling applications.
  • To think, I used to live like an animal, subsisting purely on furiously shaking my fists at televisions and throttling newspapers.
  • The cone would then float up into the concave funnel and constrict the water passage, thus throttling its flow.
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