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jurišBetroffenheitsaisissement
čuperakErschütterungsurprise
uzbuđenjeSchlagchoc
udaracSchockheurt
udarStoßshock
trusEmpörungscandaliser
sukobGarbenhaufencatastropher
sudarHockechoquer
potresMandelétonner
nervni slomKornpuppe
kapijaglobales komplettes Kreislaufversagen
šokerschüttern
krstinaschockieren
šokiratiempören
zaprepastitierschrecken
potrestistoßen
uzbuditibeleidigen
ogorčitischocken
razljutitiAnstoß erregen
sudariti se
udariti

shocka.bushy, shaggy

shockn.
  1. in medicine, circulatory failure marked by a sudden fall of blood pressure and resulting in pallor, sweating, fast (but weak) pulse, and sometimes complete collapse; Causes include disease, injury, and psychological trauma
  2. in shock, the blood pressure falls below that necessary to supply the tissues of the body, especially the brain; Treatment depends on the cause; Rest is needed, and, in the case of severe blood loss, restoration of the normal circulating volume
  3. any violent blow or collision; concussion
  4. the violent interaction of individuals or groups entering into combat; impact
  5. an unpleasant or disappointing surprise; blow
  6. a bushy thick mass (especially hair)
  7. an instance of agitation of the earth's crust; seismic disturbance


shockn.a pile of sheaves of grain set on end in a field to dry; stalks of Indian corn set up in a field

shockn.
  1. electric shock
  2. a signal applied momentarily to a circuit, as in the shock excitation of a tank
  3. a sudden, dramatic change in an environmental variable (such as temperature)
  4. physical blows or vibration


shockn.
  1. circulatory failure resulting in inadequate supply of blood to the heart; cardiogenic shock is caused by heart failure; hypovolemic shock is caused by a loss of blood volume; septic shock is caused by bacterial infection
  2. (pathology) bodily collapse or near collapse caused by inadequate oxygen delivery to the cells; caused by loss of circulating blood or cardiac arrest or obstruction or poor distribution of the blood flow


shockv.
  1. to collide violently
  2. to surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off; stun, floor, ball over, blow out of the water, take aback
  3. to strike with disgust or revulsion; offend, scandalize, appal, appall, outrage
  4. to strike with horror or terror
  5. to subject to electrical shocks
  6. to collect or gather into shocks