Definition of ショック

ショック

shokku

Common word
noun
1.
shock (psychological)
2.
crisis (esp. financial)
3.
shock (physical, mechanical)
4.
shock (e.g. due to lack of blood flow)(medical term)
Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 63 results)

I was shocked at the sad news

かれ
彼の
はな
かのじょ
彼女
She was shocked when she heard his story

Shocked at the news, she couldn't speak

I had a mental blow at that time

It gave me quite a shock

Every woman was shocked at the sight

She will get over the shock soon

If he should hear the news, he would be shocked

けん
事件
がっこう
学校
ちゅ
あた
与えた
The incident gave a shock to the whole school

The news that he died was a shock to me

I expect him to get over the shock of his failure

She would be shocked if she were to know the result

It is not to be denied but that the news was a great shock to her

I was more than a little shocked at this

The news that he died was a shock to me

The shock robbed her of speech for a moment

Whoever saw the movie was shocked

He soon recovered from the shock

After the initial shock of hearing of her grandfather's death, the girl started to cry

We were so shocked at his sudden death
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