Definition of socking in English:

socking

adverb

British
informal
  • [as submodifier] Used for emphasis:

    ‘a socking great diamond’
    • ‘For socking great nosefuls of scent, plant Albertine, a lovely, vigorous old climbing rose, with rich salmon-pink flowers every summer.’
    • ‘The crew travels in a Biodiesel powered RV [recreational vehicle], a socking huge thing with a garage in the back half.’
    • ‘Then walk five minutes to the socking great Roman arena, where they've replaced men vs. lions with men vs. bulls.’
    • ‘There's a socking big tap on the inlet manifold.’
    • ‘Most of our summer visitors are, of course, really nice, sometimes even when they come down from London in a socking big car.’

Pronunciation

socking

/ˈsɒkɪŋ/