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NGSL Rank: 1471
ʃeɪk Listen
  • (of a structure or area of land) tremble or vibrate.
    E.g. buildings shook in Sacramento and tremors were felt in Reno
  • move (an object) up and down or from side to side with rapid, forceful, jerky movements.
    E.g. she stood in the hall and shook her umbrella
  • upset the composure or confidence of; shock or astonish.
    E.g. rumours of a further loss shook the market
  • successfully deal with or recover from (an illness, injury, or negative feeling).
    E.g. I couldn't shake the feeling that everyone was laughing at me
  • an act of shaking.
    E.g. she gave her red curls a shake
  • a fit of trembling or shivering.
    E.g. I wouldn't go in there, it gives me the shakes
  • a milkshake.
    E.g. don't miss the homemade cookies and shakes
  • an earth tremor.
  • a trill.
  • a kind of rough wooden shingle, used especially on rustic buildings.
    E.g. cedar shakes

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