Definition of jolt in English:

jolt

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Pronunciation: /dʒəʊlt
 
, dʒɒlt
 
/

verb

[with object]

noun

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Derivatives

jolty

adjective (joltier, joltiest)
More example sentences
  • In the early years the wheels had iron bands, so it was a fairly jolty ride to school.
  • I'm not really keen on the atmosphere of lifts; too cramped, too many jolty movements and they just give me a general sense of unease.
  • This game is a lot more jolty, and sort of a bit crazy, but I like that, I like that about it; the other version was much more safe.

Origin

late 16th century: of unknown origin.

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