shock


shock
m.
shock.
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shock
nombre masculino
1 shock
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noun m.
shock
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[ok]
SM (pl shock shocks) [ok] shock
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[ʃok]
masculino
a) (Med) shock

en estado de shock — in (a state of) shock

b) (sorpresa desagradable) shock
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= shock, rude awakening, consternation.
Ex. The shock of Sputnik precipitated a near-frantic concern about our technological complacency, sending the country into a crash program of science education and space exploration in order to regain a lost prestige.
Ex. Anyone who loves to be taken away by a good travel yarn will find 'Rude Awakenings' a great adventure.
Ex. The recommendations, legislation, and proposed changes that have resulted have created consternation, frustration, and optimism among teacher educators.
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* shock cultural = cultural shock, culture shock.
* shock insulínico = insulin shock.
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[ʃok]
masculino
a) (Med) shock

en estado de shock — in (a state of) shock

b) (sorpresa desagradable) shock
* * *
= shock, rude awakening, consternation.

Ex: The shock of Sputnik precipitated a near-frantic concern about our technological complacency, sending the country into a crash program of science education and space exploration in order to regain a lost prestige.

Ex: Anyone who loves to be taken away by a good travel yarn will find 'Rude Awakenings' a great adventure.
Ex: The recommendations, legislation, and proposed changes that have resulted have created consternation, frustration, and optimism among teacher educators.
* shock cultural = cultural shock, culture shock.
* shock insulínico = insulin shock.

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shock
/ʃok/
masculine
1 (Med) shock
en estado de shock in a state of shock, in shock
2 (sorpresa desagradable) shock
¡qué shock me llevé or me dio cuando lo vi! I got a real shock when I saw him
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shock /ʃok/ sustantivo masculino
a) (Med) shock;

en estado de shock in (a state of) shock

b) (sorpresa desagradable) shock

shock m (choque, impresión) shock
'shock' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
amortiguador
- batatazo
- calambre
- choque
- conmoción
- electrochoque
- electroshock
- escandalizar
- escopetazo
- espanto
- impactar
- impresión
- impresionar
- rebotar
- rehacerse
- sacudir
- sacudida
- turbar
- balde
- chingar
- chocar
- corriente
- descarga
- onda
- patada
- toque
English:
culture shock
- electric shock
- fall back
- rude
- set out
- shock
- shock absorber
- shock tactics
- shock therapy
- shock treatment
- shock wave
- suffer
- a
- absorb
- bloody
- culture
- devastating
- electric
- fright
- get
- give
- scare
- shake
- shell
- stun
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shock [ʃok] (pl shocks) nm
1. Med shock
2. [emocional] shock;
me llevé un shock cuando me enteré I had a shock when I found out
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shock
m MED
:
shock (nervioso) shock
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shock ['ʃɔk, 'tʃɔk] nm
: shock
estado de shock: state of shock

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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