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shockedadjective

 us   /ʃɑkt/
feeling very ​upset or ​surprised: [+ to infinitive] He was shocked to ​discover that he had no ​moneyleft in his ​account.
(Definition of shocked from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “shocked”
in Arabic مَصدوم…
in Korean 충격받은…
in Portuguese chocado…
in Catalan trasbalsat, horroritzat…
in Japanese 衝撃を受けた, ショック状態の…
in Italian sconvolto, scioccato…
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