- [C] 震动 violent force, as from a hard blow, crash, explosion, etc.
- [C] 电击 the sudden violent effect of electricity passing through the body
- [C] 打击 blow; an unpleasant piece of news
- [C] [U] 激动,震惊 the state or strong feeling caused by sth unexpected and usually very unpleasant
- [U] 休克 the weakened state of the body with less activity of the heart, lungs, etc., usually following damage to the body
- vt. 使…震惊 cause a shock
- vt. 使受电击 give a electric shock to
- vt. 使…感到厌恶〔恐惧〕 cause sb to feel disgust, horror, etc.
the feeling of distress and disbelief that you have when something bad happens accidentally;
"his mother's death left him in a daze"
"he was numb with shock"
the violent interaction of individuals or groups entering into combat;
"the armies met in the shock of battle"
a reflex response to the passage of electric current through the body;
"subjects received a small electric shock when they made the wrong response"
"electricians get accustomed to occasional shocks"
(pathology) bodily collapse or near collapse caused by inadequate oxygen delivery to the cells; characterized by reduced cardiac output and rapid heartbeat and circulatory insufficiency and pallor;
"loss of blood is an important cause of shock"
an instance of agitation of the earth's crust;
"the first shock of the earthquake came shortly after noon while workers were at lunch"
an unpleasant or disappointing surprise;
"it came as a shock to learn that he was injured"
a pile of sheaves of grain set on end in a field to dry; stalks of Indian corn set up in a field;
"corn is bound in small sheaves and several sheaves are set up together in shocks"
"whole fields of wheat in shock"
a bushy thick mass (especially hair);
"he had an unruly shock of black hair"
a sudden jarring impact;
"the door closed with a jolt"
"all the jars and jolts were smoothed out by the shock absorbers"
a mechanical damper; absorbs energy of sudden impulses;
"the old car needed a new set of shocks"
surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off;
"I was floored when I heard that I was promoted"
strike with disgust or revulsion;
"The scandalous behavior of this married woman shocked her friends"
strike with horror or terror;
"The news of the bombing shocked her"
collect or gather into shocks;
subject to electrical shocks
inflict a trauma upon
- It gave me quite a shock to be told I was seriously ill.
- His death was a great shock to us all.
- We must take steps to prevent shock in the patient.
- The violence and bad language in the program shocked many of the viewers.
- They used him to shock the others.
- Anyone touching that wire could get badly shocked.
- The shock of the earthquake was felt for miles.
- The shock of blast shattered many windows.
- I felt the shock as the aircraft hit the ground.
- The ship got a rude shock.
- Earthquake shocks are often felt in Japan.
- The wire is covered with plastic to prevent shock.
- His death was a great shock to the family.
- The shock robbed him of speech.
- The news was a bad shock, but she got over it soon.
- He felt shock rather than anger.
- I got such a shock when I looked in the mirror.
- The news came as a shock to us.
- I don't wonder at your shock!
- He was taken to hospital suffering from shock.
- Several of those who survived the accident have been taken to hospital in a state of shock.
- That nasty shock cured him of his inquisitiveness for ever.
- They formed themselves into a shock brigade.
- It was a shock to learn of his death.
- It was a shock hearing of his bad illness.
- The child's bad language shocked everyone.
- The president's assassination shocked everyone under the sun.
- He didn't suspect that they were using him to shock the others.
- I'm not easily shocked, but that book is really a bad one.
- How is she feeling after the accident?Oh, she was a bit shocked, but she's OK now.
- She got shocked when she touched the bare wire.
- I was shocked at the news of her death.
- He was shocked at her smoking.
- It shocked me to see how my neighbours treated their children.
- They were shocked to hear of the bad news.
- He was shocked to hear his daughter swearing.
- I'm shocked that you should reject her like that.
- shock into (v.+prep.)
使受震惊而处于… force sb into sth or doing sth by means of a shock
shock sb into sth/v-ing
Gill's last school report shocked his parents into action.
It would do her good to be shocked into changing her opinion.
- experience shock 经受震动
- express shock 表示震惊
- feel shock 感到震惊
- get shock 感到震惊
- give shock to 给…震惊
- give sb a shock 使人惊异
- have shock 震惊
- produce shock 产生震动
- receive shock 受到打击
- suffer shock 受到打击
- die of shock 死于休克
- go into shock 休克
- suffer from shock 患休克症
- economic shock 经济上的打击
- electric shock 电击
- emotional shock 感情上的打击
- future shock 未来的冲击
- great shock 大为震惊,大吃一惊
- mental shock 精神打击
- sad shock 悲痛的打击
- serious shock 严重打击
- severe shock 巨大的震动,大吃一惊
- sharp shock 强烈震动
- slight shock 轻微的震动
- terrible shock 极为震惊
- terrific shock 极大的震动,可怕的打击
- with a great shock 大为震惊
- shock at 对…吃了一惊
- shock from a wire 触电
- shock of earthquake 地震引起的震动
- shock of waves 波浪的冲击
- shock to 对…的震惊
- shock to everybody 使大家很吃惊
- shock irresistibly 不可抗拒地震动
- shock morally 道义上震惊
- shock physically 身体上震动
- shock profoundly 深为震惊
- shock terrifically 极其震惊
- shock tremendously 强烈地震惊
- shock violently 强烈地震动
Anon the hosts met in the shock of battle.出自： Southey
That Sea that shock'd the Vessel, was a Forerunner of a greater.出自： Defoe
- 在医学术语中, shock还可作“休克”解,是不可数名词。
- I was shocked to learn that he had been in prison.
- It shocked me to learn that he had been in prison.
- It shocked me that he had been in prison.
误 His failure was great shock to us.
正 His failure was a great shock to us.
析 shock 表示“使人震惊的事”时,前面常加不定冠词a。
误 He was much shocked with the news.
正 He was much shocked at the news.
析 表示“对…感到震惊”应说be shocked at〔by〕 sth,不说be shocked with sth。
- ☆ 1565年进入英语，直接源自中世纪法语的choc，意为猛烈攻击；最初源自古法语的choquer，意为打击。
- upset v.
- shocker n. (因下流、粗野或不道德而)令人震惊的人或东西‖shocking adj. 骇人的,令人震惊的；使人心烦意乱；极不恰当的;很坏的,很不好的‖shockingly adv. 骇人地；很坏地