Traducción & Definición
a shock: un trauma, conmoción, un shock
That shocked us. Eso nos impactó.
to shock: impactar, traumatizar
UK: We were all shocked by the news of his death.
US: The shock of the explosion destroyed several buildings.
- "In the following chapters, you will discover shocking accusations and fabrications about Bruno, including: blackmail, adultery, Swedish au pairs, cross dressing, high-stakes scuba diving, and even illegal chicken fights."
- "Dr. Loblaw : It's shocking, I know."
- "Today's torrid tabloid tales are dedicated to nouveau-riche nudist Horatio Oléré, who shocked the world this week with his debaucherous deeds."
- "The artist's work is modern, uncompromising and sometimes shocking."
- "Voiceover : Today, on a very special Beachview, CG has some shocking news for Mitch."
- "Please note that we cannot guarantee the accuracy of these stories, but we do guarantee you will be shocked."
- "Sir Robert Bear MP, Shadow Secretary for the Environment, shocked Parliament yesterday by declaring that "the notion that climate change is a man-made phenomenon is pure poppycock"."
- "Dr. Gilchrist : Now, you're about to witness something shocking, watch."
- "Brian : Oh my gosh is it something shocking?"
- "I am shocked and appalled by your filthy mouth and mediocre tambourine skills."
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