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jolt

noun [C]
 
 
/dʒəʊlt/
SUDDEN MOVEMENT a sudden, violent movement
szarpnięcie, wstrząs
With a sudden jolt the train started moving again.Making short, sudden movements
SHOCK an unpleasant shock or surprise
wstrząs
The reminder that he was dead gave her a jolt.Feelings of surprise and amazement
Translations of “jolt”
in Korean 급격한 동요…
in Arabic نَخْعة, رَجّة…
in French choc…
in Italian scossa, sobbalzo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 動作, 震動,劇烈晃動, 顛簸…
in Russian толчок, потрясение…
in Turkish sarsıntı, şok, nahoş sürpriz…
in Spanish choque…
in Portuguese solavanco…
in German der Schock…
in Catalan sotrac, batzegada…
in Japanese 揺れ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 动作, 震动,剧烈晃动, 颠簸…
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