Definition of 'shaken'

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Martha, looking shaken herself, said, `I can't tell you how sorry I am, Robina. Ferrars, Elizabeth MURDER MOVES IN (2001)Lloyd departed a shaken man, knowing that many of the abandoned pets would shortly have to be put down. Forbes, Bryan A SONG AT TWILIGHT (2001)Can't comprehend... He was suddenly aware of being shaken roughly. MacNeill, Alastair THE DEVIL'S DOOR (2001)He turned his back to the refrigerator and addressed the shaken lawman. Phillip Margolin WILD JUSTICE (2001)

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Translations for 'shaken'

British English: shaken /ˈʃeɪkən/ ADJECTIVE
If you are shaken, you are upset and unable to think calmly.
Unhurt, but a bit shaken, she was trying not to cry.
  • American English: shaken
  • Arabic: قَلِق
  • Brazilian Portuguese: abalado
  • Chinese: 颤抖的
  • Croatian: potresen
  • Czech: otřesený
  • Danish: rystet
  • Dutch: overstuur
  • European Spanish: agitado
  • Finnish: ravistettu
  • French: secoué
  • German: erschüttert
  • Greek: ταραγμένος
  • Italian: scosso
  • Japanese: 揺さぶられた
  • Korean: 흔들린
  • Norwegian: rystet
  • Polish: wstrząśnięty
  • European Portuguese: abalado
  • Romanian: șocat
  • Russian: расшатанный
  • Latin American Spanish: agitado
  • Swedish: skakad
  • Thai: ที่ทำให้ว้าวุ่นใจ
  • Turkish: sarsılmış
  • Ukrainian: приголомшений
  • Vietnamese: bàng hoàng


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