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jerk

noun [C] (MOVE)
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/dʒɜːk/ US  /dʒɝːk/
a quick sudden movement
猛然一動;急拉;急抽
She pulled the bush out of the ground with a sharp jerk.
她猛一使勁把灌木從地裡拔了出來。
The alarm went off and he woke up with a jerk.
鬧鐘響後他猛然驚醒。
Making short, sudden movements
(Definition of jerk noun (MOVE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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