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jolt

noun [C]
 
 
/dʒəʊlt/
an unexpected event that makes prices, levels of activity, etc. change suddenly: a jolt to sth Following the jolt to markets caused by fears about higher inflation, traders remain cautious. get/receive/suffer a jolt
Translations of “jolt”
in Arabic نَخْعة, رَجّة…
in Korean 급격한 동요…
in Malaysian kejutan…
in French choc…
in Turkish sarsıntı, şok, nahoş sürpriz…
in Italian scossa, sobbalzo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 動作, 震動,劇烈晃動, 顛簸…
in Russian толчок, потрясение…
in Polish szarpnięcie, wstrząs…
in Vietnamese sự choáng váng…
in Spanish choque…
in Portuguese solavanco…
in Thai ความรู้สึกตกใจ…
in German der Schock…
in Catalan sotrac, batzegada…
in Japanese 揺れ…
in Indonesian guncangan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 动作, 震动,剧烈晃动, 颠簸…
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