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  • 41shock — Synonyms and related words: AC arc, Poulsen arc, abscess, accident, ache, aching, agitate, ague, amplify, anaphylactic shock, anemia, ankylosis, anoxia, aperiodic discharge, apnea, appall, appulse, arc, arc column, arc discharge, asphyxiation,… …

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  • 42shock — {{11}}shock (1) sudden blow, 1560s, a military term, from M.Fr. choc violent attack, from O.Fr. choquer strike against, probably from Frankish, from a P.Gmc. imitative base (Cf. M.Du. schokken to push, jolt, O.H.G. scoc jolt, swing ). Meaning a… …

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  • 43shock — 01. The news of the death of her father came as a terrible [shock] to her. 02. We need to fix our toaster. I got an electric [shock] when I tried to plug it in this morning. 03. The news of the minister s arrest for drunken driving was quite… …

    Grammatical examples in English

  • 44shock — See adjustable shock direct acting shock absorber double tube shock absorber flexural shock friction shock absorber gas shock gas shock absorber lever type shock absorber monot …

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  • 45shock — I. noun Etymology: Middle English; akin to Middle High German schoc heap Date: 14th century a pile of sheaves of grain or stalks of Indian corn set up in a field with the butt ends down II. transitive verb Date: 15th century to collect into… …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 46shock — ice·shock·le; pho·to·shock; shock; shock·ing·ly; shock·ing·ness; sub·shock; coun·ter·shock; shock·er; …

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  • 47shock*/*/ — [ʃɒk] noun I 1) [singular/U] the feeling of being very surprised by something bad that happens unexpectedly Jessica s face was blank with shock.[/ex] My mother got a shock when she saw my new haircut.[/ex] It will give him a shock when he sees… …

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  • 48shock — I [[t]ʃɒk[/t]] n. 1) a sudden or violent disturbance of the emotions or sensibilities 2) a sudden and violent blow or impact 3) a sudden or violent commotion 4) pat gravely diminished blood circulation caused by severe injury or pain, blood loss …

    From formal English to slang

  • 49Shock Me EP — Infobox Album | Name = Shock Me Type = EP Artist = Red House Painters Released = flagicon|UK February 28, 1994 Recorded = 1993 Genre = Folk rock, sadcore Length = 20:10 Label = 4AD Producer = Mark Kozelek Reviews = * Allmusic Rating|3|5… …

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  • 50shock — n. the condition associated with circulatory collapse, when the arterial blood pressure is too low to maintain an adequate supply of blood to the tissues. The patient has a cold sweaty pallid skin, a weak rapid pulse, irregular breathing, dry… …

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  • 51shock — I. /ʃɒk / (say shok) noun 1. a sudden and violent blow, or impact, collision, or encounter. 2. a sudden disturbance or commotion. 3. something that shocks mentally, emotionally, etc. 4. Pathology an abnormal state in which the body s oxygen usage …

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  • 52Shock Me — Song infobox Name = Shock Me Artist = Kiss Album = Love Gun Released = June 30, 1977 track no = 4 Recorded = May 1977 Genre = Hard rock Length = 3:47 Writer = Ace Frehley Label = Casablanca Records Producer = Eddie Kramer [ Chart position = ]… …

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  • 53Shock G — Shok G, 2007 Gregory E. Jacobs (* 25. August 1963), bekannt unter den Künstlernamen Shock G und Humpty Hump, ist ein US amerikanischer Musiker und Rapper, der am bekanntesten als Lead Sänger der Rap Gruppe Digital Underground ist. Er produzierte… …

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  • 54shock — (Med) 1 s m Síndrome consecutivo a la disminución prolongada del volumen de sangre en circulación y caracterizado generalmente por baja presión sanguínea, pulso débil, palidez y sudoración: shock septicémico shock bacteriémico, pacientes en shock …

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  • 55shock — English has two words shock in current general usage. Shock ‘heavy blow, unpleasant surprise’ [16] was borrowed from French choc, a derivative of the verb choquer ‘strike’, whose origins are unknown. Shock ‘thick shaggy mass of hair’ [19] is a… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 56shock — I 1. noun 1) the news came as a shock Syn: blow, upset, disturbance; surprise, revelation, a bolt from the blue, thunderbolt, bombshell, rude awakening, eye opener; informal whammy, wake up call 2) you gave me a shock Syn …

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  • 57shock — I 1. noun 1) the news came as a shock Syn: blow, upset, surprise, revelation, bolt from the blue, rude awakening, eye opener 2) you gave me a shock Syn: fright, scare, start; inform …

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  • 58shock — English has two words shock in current general usage. Shock ‘heavy blow, unpleasant surprise’ [16] was borrowed from French choc, a derivative of the verb choquer ‘strike’, whose origins are unknown. Shock ‘thick shaggy mass of hair’ [19] is a… …

    Word origins

  • 59Shock — Filmdaten Deutscher Titel Shock Produktionsland USA …

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  • 60shock — shock1 noun 1》 a sudden upsetting or surprising event or experience, or the resulting feeling.     ↘short for electric shock. 2》 an acute medical condition associated with a fall in blood pressure, caused by loss of blood, severe burns, sudden… …

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