jolt
[dʒəʊlt, dʒɒlt]
VERB
jolts (third person present) · jolted (past tense) · jolted (past participle) · jolting (present participle)
  1. push or shake (someone or something) abruptly and roughly.
    "a surge in the crowd behind him jolted him forwards"
    synonyms:
    push · thrust · jar · bump · knock · bang · jostle · shake · joggle · jog ·
NOUN
jolts (plural noun)
  1. an abrupt rough or violent movement.
    "he felt a jolt when the plane started to climb"
    synonyms:
    bump · bounce · shake · jerk · lurch · vibration · impact · judder ·
    jounce · start · jerk · jump · abrupt movement · convulsive movement
Origin
late 16th century: of unknown origin.
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How to use jolt in a sentence?
a surge in the crowd behind him jolted him forwards.
he felt a jolt when the plane started to climb.
she tried to jolt him out of his depression.
that information gave her a severe jolt.
the train jolted into motion.
How to say jolt in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans Sog
Arabic (NOUN)هزة, الهزة
Bangla টক্কর
Bosnian (Latin) potres
Bulgarian (NOUN)сътресение, раздрусвам
Cantonese (Traditional) 顛簸
Catalan (NOUN)sacsejada, xoc
Chinese Simplified 颠簸
Chinese Traditional 顛簸
Croatian (NOUN)protresti, potres, udar
Czech (NOUN)skoků, náraz, otřes, strkat
Danish (NOUN)rystelse, ryk, bump, stød
Dutch (NOUN)schok
Estonian (NOUN)raputus
Fijian sakure
Filipino pag-alog
Finnish (NOUN)täristää, järkytys
French (NOUN)secousse, soubresaut, sursaut
German (NOUN)Ruck, Erschütterung
Greek (NOUN)τράνταγμα
Haitian Creole bay sakad
Hebrew טלטלה
Hindi (NOUN)झटका
Hmong Daw thawv
Hungarian (NOUN)ráz, zökkenés, meglepetés
Icelandic (NOUN)stuð
Indonesian (NOUN)sentakan, tersentak
Italian (NOUN)scossa
(VERB)scuotere
Japanese (NOUN)衝撃, ジョルト, ショック
Korean (NOUN)맞으면, 충격, 모금
Latvian (NOUN)grūdieniem, sitiens, ķerta, salēcās
Lithuanian (NOUN)trankymas, kratytis
Malay (Latin) kegoncangan
Maltese ċaqlieq
Norwegian Bokmål støt
Persian تکان خوردن
Polish (NOUN)wstrząs, podskakiwać, szarpnięcie
Portuguese (NOUN)sacudida, solavanco, sacolejo, abalo, choque
(VERB)abalar, sacudir
Romanian (NOUN)zdruncina, hurduca, şoc, lovitură
Russian (NOUN)толчок, встряска, трясти, прилив
(VERB)встряхнуть
Samoan tosoga
Serbian (Cyrillic) дрмање
Serbian (Latin) drmanje
Slovak (NOUN)náraz, skokov, strkať, príval
Slovenian (NOUN)tresljaj, sunkov, sunek
Spanish (NOUN)sacudida
(VERB)sacudir
Swedish (NOUN)ryck, skumpa, guppa, skaka
Tahitian aueueraa
Tamil அதிர்ச்சி
Telugu విద్యావంతులైతే పెనుఘాతం
Thai กระตุก
Tongan 'ikai
Turkish (NOUN)sarsıntı
Ukrainian (NOUN)поштовху
Urdu دھچکا لگا
Vietnamese lắc bật ra
Welsh ysgytwad
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