- 1 (AmL) 1.1 [familiar/colloquial] (sacudida violenta) shake, shaking me agarró del brazo y me dio un sacudón he grabbed me by the arm and shook me 1.2 [familiar/colloquial] (de un terremoto) tremor (de un vehículo) lurch, jolt, jerk tuvimos unos cuantos sacudones durante el vuelo the plane lurched a few times during the flight el coche avanzaba a sacudones the car lurched o jolted o jerked forward
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