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shokku
noun

English Meaning(s) for ショック

noun
  1. shock (psychological)
  2. crisis (esp. financial); event that rattles the markets
  3. shock (physical, mechanical)
  4. shock (e.g. due to lack of blood flow); trauma

Definition and Synonyms for ショック

Impact the violent interaction of individuals or groups entering into combat
Synonyms: ショック, 衝撃
Shock an unpleasant or disappointing surprise
Synonyms: ショック, 打撃, 衝撃, 震動, 震盪, 驚愕
Bump an impact (as from a collision)
Synonyms: ショック, 衝撃
Stupor the feeling of distress and disbelief that you have when something bad happens accidentally
Synonyms: ショック, 喪神, 茫然自失, 虚脱状態, 衝撃
Shock bodily collapse or near collapse caused by inadequate oxygen delivery to the cells
Synonyms: ショック, 打撃, 衝撃, 震動, 震盪, 驚愕
Shock characterized by reduced cardiac output and rapid heartbeat and circulatory insufficiency and pallor
Synonyms: ショック, 打撃, 衝撃, 震動, 震盪, 驚愕

Categories ショック is a member of

Fighting the act of fighting
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Surprise a sudden unexpected event
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Impact the striking of one body against another
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Collapse an abrupt failure of function or complete physical exhaustion
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Stupefaction a feeling of stupefied astonishment
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Stroke Order Diagrams for ショック

Sample Sentences for ショック

The news that he died was a shock to me.
His death was great shock to his wife.
It is not to be denied but that the news was a great shock to her.
The shock robbed her of her speech.
When she dumped me, the shock of it was like a huge gong going off and scrambling all my thoughts.

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