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shake /ʃeik/
  • danh từ
    • sự rung, sự lắc, sự giũ
      • a shake of the head: cái lắc đầu
      • to give something shake: giũ cái gì
    • sự run
      • to be all of a shake: run khắp mình
      • with a shake in his voice: với một giọng run run
    • (thông tục) lúc, chốc, một thoáng
      • I'll be there in two shake s: chỉ một thoáng là tớ sẽ có mặt ở đó
      • in two shake s of a lamb's tail: rất nhanh, rất chóng
    • vết nứt (trong thân cây gỗ)
    • (thông tục) động đất
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) cốc sữa trứng đã khuấy ((cũng) milk-shake)
    • to be no great shakes
      • (từ lóng) không tốt lắm; không có tác dụng lắm
    • to give someone (something) the shake
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) tránh ai (cái gì); tống khứ ai (cái gì)
  • động từ shook; shaken
    • rung, lắc, làm rung, lúc lắc, lung lay, lay động; giũ
      • to shake the house: làm rung nhà
      • to shake one's head: lắc đầu
      • to shake the dice: lắc những con súc sắc
      • to shake someone by the hand; to shake hands with someone: bắt tay người nào
      • to shake a mat: giũ chiếu
    • rung; (nhạc) ngân
      • to shake with rage: run lên vì tức giận
      • voice shake with emotion: giọng run lên vì cảm động
    • làm náo động; làm sửng sốt, làm bàng hoàng
      • to be much shaken by (with, at) a piece of news: sửng sốt vì một tin
    • (nghĩa bóng) làm lung lay, làm lay chuyển
      • his credit was shaken: danh tiếng của anh ta bị lung lay
      • to shake someone's faith in something: làm lay chuyển lòng tin của ai ở cái gì
    • (thông tục) làm mất bình tĩnh
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) giũ sạch, tống khứ được (ai, cái gì)
    • to shake down
      • rung cây lấy quả
    • trải (rơm, chăn) ra sàn
    • lắc (hạt lúa...) cho lắng xuống; lắng xuống
    • ngồi ấm chỗ
    • ăn ý với đồng bạn; thích nghi với hoàn cảnh
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) tống tiền
    • to shake off
      • giũ, phủi; (bóng) giũ sạch, tống khứ
    • to shake out
      • lắc ra, giũ tung ra; trải (buồm, cờ) ra
    • to shake up
      • lắc để trộn
    • giũ, lắc (gối...) cho gọn lại
    • (nghĩa bóng) thức tỉnh, làm hoạt động
    • to shake in one's shoes
      • run sợ
    • to shake a leg
      • (xem) leg
Concise Dictionary
shaken|shook|shakes|shakingʃeɪk
noun
+building material used as siding or roofing
+frothy drink of milk and flavoring and sometimes fruit or ice cream
+a note that alternates rapidly with another note a semitone above it
+grasping and shaking a person's hand (as to acknowledge an introduction or to agree on a contract)
+a reflex motion caused by cold or fear or excitement
+causing to move repeatedly from side to side
verb
+move or cause to move back and forth
+move with or as if with a tremor
+shake or vibrate rapidly and intensively
+move back and forth or sideways
+undermine or cause to waver
+stir the feelings, emotions, or peace of
+get rid of
+bring to a specified condition by or as if by shaking
+shake (a body part) to communicate a greeting, feeling, or cognitive state

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 quiver, quake, shudder, waver, wobble, tremble, shiver:
The poor child is shaking from the cold.
2 wiggle, wriggle, squirm, shimmy, twitch, joggle, jiggle, waggle, sway, swing, roll, bump, grind, vibrate, oscillate, pulsate, gyrate:
When Lola shakes her hips the strongest men have been known to weaken
3 weaken, undermined, impair, harm, damage, discourage; disenchant, disappoint, disaffect:
The incident shook my faith in the political party I had supported all my voting life.
4 wave, brandish, flourish, display, show off, parade, exhibit, vaunt, waggle, flap, flutter:
It was thrilling to see the once-banned flag being shaken under the noses of the deposed leaders
5 Often, shake up. agitate, stir (up), mix (up); upset, distress, frighten, scare, shock, disturb, unnerve, unsettle, disconcert, discomfit, worry, fluster, disquiet, confound, confuse, perplex, puzzle, Colloq rattle, get to, US throw (for a loop):
Shake the medicine before taking it. I was really shaken by the news that Sheila had quit
6 shake down.
(a) break in, condition, test, prove, Colloq debug:
We shook down the submarine on a 30-day cruise.
(b) blackmail, extort or extract or squeeze or wrest money from, hold up, squeeze, threaten:
The shopkeepers were so frightened that the gang easily shook them down
7 shake off. get rid of, discard, dislodge, drop, brush off, elude, evade, lose, throw off, rid oneself of, give the slip to:
We finally shook off our pursuers: at last we felt safe.
n.
8 shaking, quivering, quaking, shuddering, wavering, wobbling, trembling, shivering, quiver, quake, shudder, waver, wobble, tremble, shiver, wiggle, wriggle, twitch, joggle, jiggle, sway, swing, roll, gyration:
The dog gave a shake of its tail and bounded towards them.
9 agitating, agitation, shaking, stirring (up), jolt, jar, jarring, jounce, jolting, jouncing:
Give him a good shake and he'll wake up.
10 the shakes. trembling, tremors, delirium tremens, Colloq D.T.'s:
She's had so much to drink that she's got the shakes.
Advanced English Dictionary
verb, noun
+ verb
(shook )
object / building / person
1 to move or make sb/sth move with short quick movements from side to side or up and down: [V] The whole house shakes when a train goes past. + [VN] Shake the bottle well before use. + He shook her violently by the shoulders. + [VN-ADJ] She shook her hair loose.
2 [VN +adv./prep.] to move sth in a particular direction by shaking: She bent down to shake a pebble out of her shoe.
your head
3 [VN] ~ your head to turn your head from side to side as a way of saying 'no' or to show sadness, disapproval, doubt, etc: She shook her head in disbelief.
hands
4 [VN] ~ sb's hand
~ hands (with sb) (on sth)
~ sb by the hand to take sb's hand and move it up and down as a greeting or to show that you agree about sth: Do people in Italy shake hands when they meet? + They shook hands on the deal (= to show that they had reached an agreement). + Our host shook each of us warmly by the hand.
your fist
5 [VN] ~ your fist (at sb) to show that you are angry with sb; to threaten sb by shaking your FIST (= closed hand)
of body
6 [V] ~ (with sth) to make short quick movements that you cannot control, for example because you are cold or afraid
Synonym: TREMBLE
He was shaking with fear. + I was shaking like a leaf. + Her hands had started to shake.
of voice
7 [V] ~ (with sth) (of sb's voice) to sound unsteady, usually because you are nervous, upset or angry: 'Who are you?' he asked, his voice shaking. + Her voice shook with emotion.
shock sb
8 [VN] ~ sb (up) (not used in the progressive tenses) to shock or upset sb very much: He was badly shaken by the news of her death. + The accident really shook her up.
belief / idea
9 [VN] to make a belief or an idea less certain: to shake somebody's faith / belief + This announcement is bound to shake the confidence of the industry.
get rid of
10 [VN] ~ sth (off) to get rid of sth: I can't seem to shake off this cold. + He couldn't shake the feeling that there was something wrong.
Idioms: shake in your shoes (informal) to be very frightened or nervous
shake a leg (old-fashioned, informal) used to tell sb to start to do sth or to hurry
more at FOUNDATION
Phrasal Verbs: shake down (informal) to become familiar with a new situation and begin to work well in it: The new recruits are shaking down well.
shake sb/sth<->down (AmE, informal)
1 to search a person or place in a very thorough way
related noun SHAKEDOWN
2 to threaten sb in order to get money from them
shake sb<->off to get away from sb who is chasing or following you: We managed to shake off the photographers.
shake on sth to shake hands in order to show that sth has been agreed: They shook on the deal. + Let's shake on it.
shake sth<->out to open or spread sth by shaking, especially so that bits of dirt, dust, etc. come off it: to shake out a duster
shake sb<->up to surprise sb and make them think about sth in a different way, become more active, etc: Shaken up by the early goal against them, the team began to fight back.
shake sth<->up to make important changes in an organization, a profession, etc. in order to make it more efficient: The whole industry needs shaking up.
related noun SHAKE-UP
+ noun
movement
1 [C, usually sing.] an act of shaking sth/sb: Give the bottle a good shake before opening. + He dismissed the idea with a firm shake of his head (= turning it from side to side to mean 'no'). + She gave him a shake to wake him.
See also - HANDSHAKE
of body
2 (the shakes) [pl.] (informal) a physical condition in which you cannot stop your body from shaking because of fear, illness, or because you have drunk too much alcohol: I always get the shakes before exams.
drink
3 [C] = MILKSHAKE: a strawberry shake
Idioms: in two shakes
in a couple of shakes (informal) very soon: We'll be there in a couple of shakes.
more at FAIR adj., GREAT adj.(also shake)
+ noun
a drink made of milk, and sometimes ice cream, with an added flavour of fruit or chocolate, which is mixed or shaken until it is full of bubbles: a banana milkshake
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

brisk, good, vigorous
Give the tablecloth a good shake before putting it away.
| little, slight | mental
He gave himself a mental shake and got down to work.
| rueful
a rueful shake of the head

VERB + SHAKE

give sb/sth

PREP.

with a ~ | ~ of

PHRASES

a shake of your/the head

verb

1 of a person/building

ADV.

badly, uncontrollably, violently
Her hands were shaking so badly that she couldn't hold her glass.
| almost
He was almost shaking with the intensity of what he was saying.
| fairly
(informal) Natalie fairly shook with laughter.
| literally, physically
I was numb with dread. I was literally shaking.

PREP.

with
She was shaking with rage.

PHRASES

be shaking all over
He was crying and shaking all over.
| be shaking like a leaf, find yourself/start shaking
I found myself shaking uncontrollably with cold.
| stop shaking
I just couldn't stop shaking.

2 object/person

ADV.

roughly, vigorously, violently
He shook the blankets vigorously to get rid of the dust. She must have shaken the baby quite violently to inflict such severe injuries.
| gently, slightly | well
Shake well before use. (instructions on a bottle of medicine, etc.)
| suddenly | physically

PREP.

by
He shook her gently by the shoulders.

3 your head

ADV.

decisively, emphatically, firmly | fiercely, vehemently, vigorously, violently, wildly | a little, gently, slightly | quickly | slowly | dismissively, impatiently | despairingly, desperately, dismally, gloomily, helplessly, miserably, mournfully, regretfully, ruefully, sadly, sorrowfully | wearily | disbelievingly, doubtfully, wonderingly | just, merely, only, simply
He merely shook his head.
| from side to side

PREP.

at
He shook his head at her disbelievingly.
| in
She shook her head in disbelief.

4 sb's hand

ADV.

firmly, vigorously | warmly

PHRASES

shake sb by the hand
Our host shook each of us warmly by the hand.
PHRASAL VERBS shake sb/sth off

ADV.

completely, fully | quickly | easily
He had not easily shaken Claudine off.
| off

VERB + SHAKE

can't/couldn't (seem to) I can't seem to shake off this cold. | seem to | try to



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