jolt (jolts, present participle jolting; past and past participle jolted)
- (transitive) To push or shake abruptly and roughly.
- The bus jolted its passengers at every turn.
- (transitive) To knock sharply
- (transitive) To shock (someone) into taking action or being alert
- I jolted her out of complacency.
- (transitive) To shock emotionally.
- Her untimely death jolted us all.
- (intransitive) To shake; to move with a series of jerks.
- The car jolted along the stony path.
- French: cahoter, balloter, secouer
- German: schütteln, durchrütteln
- Italian: sballottare, sobbalzare, scuotere, sbalzellare, squassare
- Portuguese: sacudir
- Russian: трясти́
- Spanish: sacudir
- German: einen Schlag versetzen
- German: aufrütteln, wachrütteln
jolt (plural jolts)Translations Translations
- German: Schock, Aufrüttler, Waxhrüttler
- Russian: встря́ска
- German: Denkzettel
- German: Schuss