Learn more. Jolt definition, to jar, shake, or cause to move by or as if by a sudden rough thrust; shake up roughly: The bus jolted its passengers as it went down the rocky road. To cause to move jerkily: stops and starts that jolted the passengers. jolting definition: 1. present participle of jolt 2. to (cause something or someone to) move suddenly and violently…. Forums pour discuter de jolt, voir ses formes composées, des exemples et poser vos questions. V n Jolt is also a noun., n-count We were worried that one tiny jolt could worsen her injuries. They were working frantically in the fear that an aftershock would jolt the house again. To move or dislodge with a sudden, hard blow; strike heavily or jarringly: jolted his opponent with a heavy punch; an impact that jolted the mailbox loose. 3. ‘He suddenly gave a jolt of surprise when he spotted her.’ ‘Almost immediately, he felt a jolt of apprehension and anger rush through him.’ ‘Then, suddenly, a jolt of shock went coursing through her as she glanced beyond the double doors, toward the gates of the school.’ ing, jolts v.tr.

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2 [transitive] SHOCK to give someone a sudden shock or surprise The phone jolted him awake. English It provides us not only with a sad backdrop to today's debate, but also with a serious jolt into taking stronger measures to protect the environment and biodiversity. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English jolt jolt 1 / dʒəʊlt $ dʒoʊlt / verb 1 [intransitive, transitive] SHAKE to move suddenly and roughly, or to make someone or something move in this way SYN jerk We jolted along rough wet roads through an endless banana plantation.

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