Definition of chukka
: a usually ankle-high leather boot with two or three pairs of eyelets or a buckle and strap
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Dropping today are three versions of the made-in-England chukka in beige, black, and purple—
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Origin and Etymology of chukka
chukka, alteration of chukker; from a similar polo player's boot
First Known Use: 1948See Words from the same year
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