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jolt /dʤoult/
  • danh từ
    • cái lắc bật ra, cái xóc nảy lên
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) cú đấm choáng váng (quyền Anh)
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) sự ngạc nhiên làm choáng váng, sự thất vọng choáng váng; cú điếng người
    • ngoại động từ
      • lắc bật ra, làm xóc nảy lên
      • nội động từ
        • ((thường) + along) chạy xóc nảy lên (ô tô)
      Concise Dictionary
      jolts|jolted|joltingdʒəʊlt
      noun
      +a sudden impact
      +an abrupt spasmodic movement
      verb
      +move or cause to move with a sudden jerky motion
      +disturb (someone's) composure

      Thesaurus Dictionary
      v.
      1 jar, shake (up), jostle, bump, bounce, jerk:
      The cart jolted over the rough terrain.
      2 butt, strike, hit, push, nudge, elbow, knock, jab:
      He jolted me so hard he actually cracked a rib.
      3 shock, astonish, astound, amaze, surprise, startle, stun, dumbfound or dumfound, stupefy, strike dumb, daze, shake (up):
      I was jolted to learn that my husband had been arrested for murder.
      n.
      4 lurch, jar, jerk, bump, jump, bounce, start:
      The train started with a jolt that almost knocked me over.
      5 blow, shock, surprise, bolt from the blue, bombshell:
      It was certainly a jolt to discover that she had left me.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      verb, noun
      + verb
      1 to move or to make sb/sth move suddenly and roughly: [V] The truck jolted and rattled over the rough ground. + The bus jolted to a halt. + (figurative) Her heart jolted when she saw him. + [VN] He was jolted forwards as the bus moved off.
      2 ~ sb (into sth)
      ~ sb (out of sth) to give sb a sudden shock, especially so that they start to take action or deal with a situation: [VN] His remark jolted her into action. + The sound jolted my memory, and I suddenly remembered what had happened. + a method of jolting the economy out of recession [also VN-ADJ]
      + noun [usually sing.]
      1 a sudden rough movement
      Synonym: JERK
      The plane landed with a jolt.
      2 a sudden strong feeling, especially of shock or surprise: a jolt of dismay
      Collocation Dictionary
      noun

      ADJ.

      nasty, severe, sharp, sickening, sudden, unpleasant | little, slight

      VERB + JOLT

      feel | give
      My mother's death gave me a severe jolt.
      | send | receive
      She received such a jolt that she nearly dropped her cup.

      PHRASES

      with a ~
      The train started with a jolt.
      | ~ of
      The blow sent a jolt of pain through his body.
      | ~ to
      His dismissal was a severe jolt to his pride.



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