I 1. ʃok noun
1) (a severe emotional disturbance: The news gave us all a shock.) sjokk
2) ((often electric shock) the effect on the body of an electric current: He got a slight shock when he touched the live wire.) støt
3) (a sudden blow coming with great force: the shock of an earthquake.) rystelse
4) (a medical condition caused by a severe mental or physical shock: He was suffering from shock after the crash.) sjokk
2. verb
(to give a shock to; to upset or horrify: Everyone was shocked by his death; The amount of violence shown on television shocks me.) sjokkere, ryste
- shocking
- shockingly
- shock-absorber
II ʃok noun
(a bushy mass (of hair) on a person's head.) bustet hårmanke
subst. \/ʃɒk\/
(korn)stakk, såte
a shock of hair en kraftig hårmanke
subst. \/ʃɒk\/
1) (voldsomt) støt, (kraftig) slag, sammenstøt, kollisjon
2) sjokk, knekk, slag
3) (medisin) sjokk
4) (elektrisitet) støt, el-sjokk
electric shock eller shock elektrisk støt
go into shock få sjokk, komme i sjokktilstand
in shock i sjokktilstand
verb \/ʃɒk\/
sette, legge i stakker
shock the corn sette kornet i stakk
verb \/ʃɒk\/
1) ryste, opprøre, sjokkere, støte
2) (medisin) gi et sjokk
3) kollidere

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