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shock shock definition

shock


 
  Troponyms  (hyponyms)  of  verb  shock 
 
  2  of  7  senses  of  shock 
 
  Sense  1 
  shock,  stun,  floor,  ball  over  blow  out  of  the  water,  take  aback 
  =>  startle,  galvanize,  galvanise 
 
  Sense  6 
  shock 
  =>  galvanize,  galvanise 
 
  Troponyms  (hyponyms)  of  verb  shock 
 
  2  of  7  senses  of  shock 
 
  Sense  1 
  shock,  stun,  floor,  ball  over  blow  out  of  the  water,  take  aback 
  =>  startle,  galvanize,  galvanise 
 
  Sense  6 
  shock 
  =>  galvanize,  galvanise 
 
  Entailment  of  verb  shock 
 
 
  Synonyms/Hypernyms  (Ordered  by  Frequency)  of  verb  shock 
 
  7  senses  of  shock 
 
  Sense  1 
  shock,  stun,  floor,  ball  over  blow  out  of  the  water,  take  aback 
  =>  surprise 
 
  Sense  2 
  shock,  offend,  scandalize,  scandalise,  appal,  appall,  outrage 
  =>  disgust,  revolt,  nauseate,  sicken,  churn  up 
 
  Sense  3 
  shock 
  =>  horrify 
 
  Sense  4 
  shock 
  =>  collide,  clash 
 
  Sense  5 
  shock 
  =>  gather,  garner,  collect,  pull  together 
 
  Sense  6 
  shock 
  =>  treat,  care  for 
 
  Sense  7 
  traumatize,  traumatise,  shock 
  =>  injure,  wound 
 
  Familiarity  of  verb  shock 
 
  shock  used  as  a  verb  is  common  (polysemy  count  =  7) 
 
  Synonyms  (Grouped  by  Similarity  of  Meaning)  of  verb  shock 
 
  Sense  1 
  shock,  stun,  floor,  ball  over  blow  out  of  the  water,  take  aback 
  =>  surprise 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  2 
  shock,  offend,  scandalize,  scandalise,  appal,  appall,  outrage 
  =>  disgust,  revolt,  nauseate,  sicken,  churn  up 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  3 
  shock 
  =>  horrify 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  4 
  shock 
  =>  collide,  clash 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  5 
  shock 
  =>  gather,  garner,  collect,  pull  together 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  6 
  shock 
  =>  treat,  care  for 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  7 
  traumatize,  traumatise,  shock 
  =>  injure,  wound 
  -------------- 
 
  Grep  of  noun  shock 
  aftershock 
  anaphylactic  shock 
  cardiogenic  shock 
  distributive  shock 
  electric  shock 
  electrical  shock 
  electroshock 
  foreshock 
  hypovolemic  shock 
  insulin  shock 
  insulin  shock  therapy 
  insulin  shock  treatment 
  metrazol  shock 
  metrazol  shock  therapy 
  metrazol  shock  treatment 
  obstructive  shock 
  shell  shock 
  shock 
  shock  absorber 
  shock  therapy 
  shock  treatment 
  shock  troops 
  shock  wave 
  shocker 
  shockley 
  toxic  shock 
  toxic  shock  syndrome 
 
  Overview  of  noun  shock 
 
  The  noun  shock  has  9  senses  (first  6  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (6)  daze,  shock,  stupor  --  (the  feeling  of  distress  and  disbelief  that  you  have  when  something  bad  happens  accidentally;  "his  mother's  deathleft  him  in  a  daze";  "he  was  numb  with  shock") 
  2.  (2)  shock,  impact  --  (the  violent  interaction  of  individuals  or  groups  entering  into  combat) 
  3.  (2)  electric  shock,  electrical  shock,  shock  --  (a  reflex  response  to  the  passage  of  electric  current  through  the  body) 
  4.  (1)  shock  --  ((pathology)  bodily  collapse  or  near  collapse  caused  by  inadequate  oxygen  delivery  to  the  cells;  characterized  by  reduced  cardiac  output  and  rapid  heartbeat  and  circulatory  insufficiency  and  pallor) 
  5.  (1)  shock,  seismic  disturbance  --  (an  instance  of  agitation  of  the  earth's  crust) 
  6.  (1)  shock,  blow  --  (an  unpleasant  or  disappointing  surprise;  "it  came  as  a  shock  to  learn  that  he  was  injured") 
  7.  shock  --  (a  pile  of  sheaves  of  grain  set  on  end  in  a  field  to  dry;  stalks  of  Indian  corn  set  up  in  a  field) 
  8.  shock  --  (a  bushy  thick  mass  (especially  hair);  "he  had  an  unruly  shock  of  black  hair") 
  9.  shock  absorber,  shock,  cushion  --  (a  mechanical  damper;  absorbs  energy  of  sudden  impulses) 
 
  Overview  of  verb  shock 
 
  The  verb  shock  has  7  senses  (first  2  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (4)  shock,  stun,  floor,  ball  over  blow  out  of  the  water,  take  aback  --  (surprise  greatly;  knock  someone's  socks  off) 
  2.  (3)  shock,  offend,  scandalize,  scandalise,  appal,  appall,  outrage  --  (strike  with  disgust  or  revulsion;  "The  scandalous  behavior  of  this  married  woman  shocked  her  friends") 
  3.  shock  --  (strike  with  horror  or  terror;  "The  news  of  the  bombing  shocked  her") 
  4.  shock  --  (collide  violently) 
  5.  shock  --  (collect  or  gather  into  shocks;  "shock  grain") 
  6.  shock  --  (subject  to  electrical  shocks) 
  7.  traumatize,  traumatise,  shock  --  (inflict  a  trauma  upon) 
 
  Grep  of  adj  shock 
  shock-headed 
  shockable 
  shocked 
  shocking 
 
  Overview  of  noun  shock 
 
  The  noun  shock  has  9  senses  (first  6  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (6)  daze,  shock,  stupor  --  (the  feeling  of  distress  and  disbelief  that  you  have  when  something  bad  happens  accidentally;  "his  mother's  deathleft  him  in  a  daze";  "he  was  numb  with  shock") 
  2.  (2)  shock,  impact  --  (the  violent  interaction  of  individuals  or  groups  entering  into  combat) 
  3.  (2)  electric  shock,  electrical  shock,  shock  --  (a  reflex  response  to  the  passage  of  electric  current  through  the  body) 
  4.  (1)  shock  --  ((pathology)  bodily  collapse  or  near  collapse  caused  by  inadequate  oxygen  delivery  to  the  cells;  characterized  by  reduced  cardiac  output  and  rapid  heartbeat  and  circulatory  insufficiency  and  pallor) 
  5.  (1)  shock,  seismic  disturbance  --  (an  instance  of  agitation  of  the  earth's  crust) 
  6.  (1)  shock,  blow  --  (an  unpleasant  or  disappointing  surprise;  "it  came  as  a  shock  to  learn  that  he  was  injured") 
  7.  shock  --  (a  pile  of  sheaves  of  grain  set  on  end  in  a  field  to  dry;  stalks  of  Indian  corn  set  up  in  a  field) 
  8.  shock  --  (a  bushy  thick  mass  (especially  hair);  "he  had  an  unruly  shock  of  black  hair") 
  9.  shock  absorber,  shock,  cushion  --  (a  mechanical  damper;  absorbs  energy  of  sudden  impulses) 
 
  Overview  of  verb  shock 
 
  The  verb  shock  has  7  senses  (first  2  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (4)  shock,  stun,  floor,  ball  over  blow  out  of  the  water,  take  aback  --  (surprise  greatly;  knock  someone's  socks  off) 
  2.  (3)  shock,  offend,  scandalize,  scandalise,  appal,  appall,  outrage  --  (strike  with  disgust  or  revulsion;  "The  scandalous  behavior  of  this  married  woman  shocked  her  friends") 
  3.  shock  --  (strike  with  horror  or  terror;  "The  news  of  the  bombing  shocked  her") 
  4.  shock  --  (collide  violently) 
  5.  shock  --  (collect  or  gather  into  shocks;  "shock  grain") 
  6.  shock  --  (subject  to  electrical  shocks) 
  7.  traumatize,  traumatise,  shock  --  (inflict  a  trauma  upon) 



shock definition