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Translation of "shock" - English-Japanese dictionary

shock

noun   /ʃɒk/
B1 a big, unpleasant surprise ショック, 衝撃 Her death came as a terrible shock to him.
( also electric shock /ɪˌlek·trɪk ˈʃɒk/) a sudden, painful feeling that you get when electricity flows through your body 感電, 電気ショック
(Definition of shock noun from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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