Sinónimos de shock en inglés:

shock1

sustantivo

  • 1 the news of the murder came as a shock
    blow, upset, disturbance, source of distress, source of amazement/consternation; surprise, revelation, a bolt from the blue, a bolt out of the blue, thunderbolt, bombshell, rude awakening, eye-opener
    informal whammy
  • 2 you really gave me a shock then
    fright, scare, jolt, start, state of agitation/perturbation, distress, consternation, panic
    informal turn
  • 3 she was taken to hospital suffering from shock after the accident
    trauma, a state of shock, traumatism, prostration, stupor, stupefaction, collapse, breakdown
  • 4 the first shock of a great earthquake
    vibration, shaking movement, reverberation, shake, jolt, jar, jarring, jerk; bump, impact, blow, collision, crash, clash
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  • her savage murder shocked the nation
    appal, horrify, scandalize, outrage, repel, revolt, disgust, nauseate, sicken, offend, give offence to, traumatize, make someone's blood run cold, distress, upset, perturb, disturb, disquiet, unsettle, discompose, agitate; stun, rock, stagger, astound, astonish, amaze, startle, surprise, dumbfound, daze, shake, shake up, jolt, set someone back on their heels, take aback, throw, unnerve, disconcert, bewilder
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    Palabra del día vituperate
    Pronunciación: vɪˈtjuːpəreɪt
    verb
    blame or insult (someone) in strong language...

    Sinónimos de shock en inglés:

    shock2

    sustantivo

  • a shock of red hair
    mass, mane, mop, thatch, head, crop, bush, cloud, frizz, fuzz, foam, curls, tangle, chaos, cascade, quiff, halo
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