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  1. shock

    • IPA[ʃɒk]

    英式

    • n.
      a sudden upsetting or surprising event or experience;a feeling of disturbed surprise resulting from a sudden upsetting event
    • v.
      cause (someone) to feel surprised and upset;offend the moral feelings of; outrage
    • verb: shock, 3rd person present: shocks, gerund or present participle: shocking, past tense: shocked, past participle: shocked

    • noun: shock, plural noun: shocks

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    • 1. cause (someone) to feel surprised and upset they were deeply shocked by the murder she was shocked at the state of his injuries
    • offend the moral feelings of; outrage the revelations shocked the nation
    • experience outrage he shocked so easily
    • 2. affect with physiological shock, or with an electric shock if a patient is deeply shocked, measurement of blood pressure may be difficult
    • 3. archaic collide violently carriage after carriage shocked fiercely against the engine