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jolt

noun [C] (MOVEMENT) 動作     /dʒəʊlt/ US  /dʒoʊlt/
a sudden violent movement 震動,劇烈晃動;顛簸 As the plane touched the ground, there was a massive jolt and we were thrown forwards. 飛機著陸時劇烈震動,我們被猛地甩向前方。 I woke up with a jolt as I thought I heard my bedroom door being pushed open. 我好像聽到自己臥室的門被推開,猛地驚醒了。 Making short, sudden movements
(Definition of jolt noun (MOVEMENT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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