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Español Inglés - Español - shock
s. choque, choc, contusión; pasmo, sobrecogimiento; conmoción cerebral; trauma, traumatismo; greña, melena
v. conmocionar, causar pasmo, consternar, escandalizar, sobresaltar, traumatizar; electrocutar; ser chocante
Inglés Español - Inglés - shock
n. shock, sudden disturbance of the emotions
Portugués Inglés - Portugués - shock
s. choque; abalo; comoção; choque elétrico; rajada elétrica
v. chocar, abalar, comover; surpreender; eletrocutar; eletrizar
Francés Español - Francés - shock
1. (sentimiento) choc (m)
2. (medicina) choc (m)
Alemán Español - Alemán - shock
n. schock
Francés Inglés - Francés - shock
n. choc, électrocution, décharge électrique; heurt; secousse; commotion; tignasse
v. choquer, secouer; stupéfier; bouleverser; électrocuter; heurter
Alemán Inglés - Alemán - shock
n. Schock; Stoß; Schlag
v. schockieren; in Schock versetzen; schocken; bestürzen
Italiano Inglés - Italiano - shock
s. urto, colpo, cozzo; shock, choc, violenta emozione; brutta sorpresa; (Med) collasso circolatorio; scossa
v. scuotere, colpire, scioccare; indignare, scandalizzare, suscitare l'indignazione di; dare una scossa elettrica a
Ruso Inglés - Ruso - shock
с. удар, толчок, сотрясение, столкновение, потрясение, копна волос, шок, копна, скирда, мохнатая собака, пудель
г. поражать, потрясать, возмущать, шокировать, сталкиваться, ставить в копны, ставить в скирды
Turco Inglés - Turco - shock
f. kâlbini kırmak, şok etmek, sarsmak, şaşırtmak, sarsılmak, darıltmak, dehşete düşürmek, elektrik çarpmak, elektroşok uygulamak, demet yapmak, balyalamak
i. şok, darbe, sarsıntı, bunalım, sarsılma, utanç, elektrik şoku, elektrik çarpması, demet, balya, taranmamış saç, karışık saç, keçeleşmiş saç
Inglés Italiano - Inglés - shock
n. shock, sudden disturbance of the emotions; (Medicine) state of circulatory failure caused by serious injury
Albanés Inglés - Albanés - shock
n. goditje, demet, drizë, perçe
v. godit, trondit, mbledh vandak
Neerlandés Inglés - Neerlandés - shock
zn. schok; opschudding; electrische schok; bos; bos (haar)
ww. schok geven; aanstoot geven; schokken; een schok geven (electriciteit; hokken (schoven graan)
Inglés Inglés - Inglés - shock
n. jolt, collision; sudden disturbance of the emotions; state of circulatory failure caused by serious injury (Medicine); physiological reaction caused by an electrical current passing through the body; bundle of grain or corn; mass of tangled hair
v. jolt, collide; upset, distress; offend, stun; subject to an electrical current; form bundles of grain or corn for drying
n. shock, sudden disturbance of the emotions; (Medicine) state of circulatory failure caused by serious injury
Griego Inglés - Griego - shock
ουσ. τίναγμα, πήδημα, αιφνίδια ταραχή, αιφνίδια προσβολή, σοκ, συγκλονισμός, δόνηση, θημωνιά, σωρός τρίχων
ρήμ. τινάσσω, προσβάλλω, ταράσσω
Francés Neerlandés - Francés - shock
(geneeskunde) choc (m)
Chino simplificado Inglés - Chino simplificado - shock
(名) 冲击, 冲撞; 震惊; 震动; 引起震惊的事件#禾束堆
(动) 使震动; 使受电击; 使休克; 震动; 吓人; 把...做成禾束堆
Chino Tradicional Inglés - Chino Tradicional - shock
(名) 衝擊, 衝撞; 震驚; 震動; 引起震驚的事件#禾束堆
(動) 使震動; 使受電擊; 使休克; 震動; 嚇人; 把...做成禾束堆
Japonés Inglés - Japonés - shock
(動) 衝撃を与える; 憤慨させる; 感電させる; 動揺する
(名) ショック, 衝撃; 震動; 激動; 動揺; 打撃; 電撃; ショック状態; もじゃもじゃの髪; 刈束の山
Coreano Inglés - Coreano - shock
명. 충돌; 충격; 심각한 부상으로 인해 야기된 순환계의 마비 (의학); 전기 충격; 곡물의 단; 엉클어진 머리 또는 털
동. 충돌하다; 분개하게 하다; 아연실색 하게 하다; 전기충격을 주다; 다발로 묶다
Alemán Italiano - Alemán - shock
n. schock
Definiciones
noun: the violent interaction of individuals or groups entering into combat Example:The armies met in the shock of battle.
noun: an unpleasant or disappointing surprise Example:It came as a shock to learn that he was injured.
noun: an instance of agitation of the earth's crust Example:The first shock of the earthquake came shortly after noon while workers were at lunch.
noun: a bushy thick mass (especially hair) Example:He had an unruly shock of black hair.
noun: a pile of sheaves of grain set on end in a field to dry; stalks of Indian corn set up in a field Example:Corn is bound in small sheeves and several sheeves are set up together in shocks.
noun: (pathology) bodily collapse or near collapse caused by inadequate oxygen delivery to the cells; characterized by reduced cardiac output and rapid heartbeat and circulatory insufficiency and pallor Example:Loss of blood is an important cause of shock.
noun: a mechanical damper; absorbs energy of sudden impulses Example:The old car needed a new set of shocks.
noun: the feeling of distress and disbelief that you have when something bad happens accidentally Example:He was numb with shock.
noun: a reflex response to the passage of electric current through the body Example:Subjects received a small electric shock when they mae the wrong response.
verb: subject to electrical shocks
verb: collect or gather into shocks Example:Shock grain.
verb: collide violently
verb: strike with horror or terror Example:The news of the bombing shocked her.
verb: surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off
verb: strike with disgust or revulsion Example:The scandalous behavior of this married woman shocked her friends.
verb: inflict a trauma upon
name: A surname (rare: 1 in 100000 families; popularity rank in the U.S.: #13410)



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Sinónimos para shock
1. disturbance: agitation, commotion, quake, convulsion, seism
2. blow: collision, impact, clash, encounter
3. trauma: concussion,
4. scare: startle, stun, jolt, start, disturb, daze
5. disgust: revolt, sicken, nauseate, appall, offend, outrage, horrify
6. strike: clash, collide, meet, encounter
Tiempos para shock
Present participle: shocking
Present: shock (3.person: shocks)
Past: shocked
Future: will shock
Present conditional: would shock
Present Perfect: have shocked (3.person: has shocked)
Past Perfect: had shocked
Future Perfect: will have shocked
Past conditional: would have shocked


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