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Translation of "shock" - English-French dictionary

shock

noun /ʃok/
a severe emotional disturbance choc The news gave us all a shock.
(often electric shock) the effect on the body of an electric current choc He got a slight shock when he touched the live wire.
a sudden blow coming with great force secousse the shock of an earthquake.
a medical condition caused by a severe mental or physical shock choc He was suffering from shock after the crash.
shocker noun
a very unpleasant person or thing horreur This headache is a real shocker.
shocking adjective
causing horror or dismay bouleversant shocking news.
very bad épouvantable a shocking cold.
shockingly adverb
very affreusement shockingly expensive.
very badly très mal It was shockingly made.
shock absorber noun
a device (in a motor car etc) for reducing the effect of bumps. amortisseur (de chocs)
(Definition of shock from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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