Share this entry

British English: /ʃɒk/
American English: /ʃɑk/

Translation of shock in Arabic:


  • 1
    (unpleasant surprise)
    to give somebody a shock
    أَصابَ شَخْصاً بِصَدْمةٍ
    her death was a tremendous shock to the family
    كانَتْ وَفاتُها صَدْمةً هائِلةً لِعائِلَتِها
    to recover from or get over the shock
    تَغَلَّبَ على الصَدْمةِ

transitive verb/فعل متعد

  • (to surprise) (stem vowel = i) (Form I)
    سَبَّبَ صَدْمةً ل
    we were shocked by the news
    صَدَمَتْنا الأَخْبارُ
    she's not easily shocked
    هي لا تُصْدَمُ بِسُهولةٍ

Definition of shock in:

Share this entry


What do you find interesting about this word or phrase?

Comments that don't adhere to our Community Guidelines may be moderated or removed.

Get access to Oxford Dictionaries Arabic

Subscribe to search hundreds of thousands of up-to-date translations from and into English


    Next Score:
    Word of the day doofus
    Pronunciation: ˈduːfʌs
    a stupid person