electric shock

electric shock

  1. An instance of subjecting (someone or something) to an electric shock.
    The newer taser delivered a more powerful electric shock to the target than the older one did.
  2. The physical reaction or shock caused by the flow of electricity through the body.
  • French: choc électrique, électrisation
  • German: Stromschlag, elektrischer Schlag, Elektroschock
  • Portuguese: choque elétrico
  • Russian: электрошо́к
  • Spanish: shock eléctrico

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