The word atoró is the preterite form of atorar in the third person singular.
See the full atorar conjugation

atorar

El hielo se atoró, solo muévelo con el destornillador.
The ice is jammed. Just break it up with the screwdriver.
El llavero se atoró en la puerta pero lo...
The key ring was caught in the door, but I'll get...
El coche se atoró en el lodo.
The car was stuck in the mud.
Se atoró un pie bajo un árbol.
He pinned his foot under a tree.
Te dije que se me atoró el pie en un clavo.
No, I told you my foot caught a nail.
Su, su vestido se atoró en mi bragueta.
Your dress is caught in my fly.
Se le atoró el pañuelo en una rueda.
Her scarf got caught in the car wheel.
Parece que se atoró la puerta.
The door seems to be jammed.
Creo que se me atoró el saco.
I think I tore my sack.
Espera, ¡se atoró en alguna parte!
Wait, it's caught somewhere!
La puerta del carro se atoró.
The car door was jammed.
Mi cierre se atoró.
My zipper got stuck.
Primero tenemos que descubrir en qué se atoró el piercing. De cuerdo.
Well, first of all, we have to figure out what the piercing is caught on.
-¡No puedo accionaria, se atoró!
I can't get it, it's jammed!
¡Se le atoró el pelo!
Her hair is caught in the rack!
No soy yo. Se atoró mi vestido.
It's my dress is caught.
Se salió y luego se atoró en la reja al tratar de volver a entrar.
He got out, and then got caught up on the fence trying to get back in.
Me parece que se atoró.
Uh-oh, I think she's jammed.
Creo que se atoró.
I think he has.
Creo que ya se atoró.
I think he has.
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