corn shock


corn shock
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Англо-русский сельскохозяйственный словарь. 2013.

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  • corn shock — corn shock, a conical stack of cornstalks cut and set up on end together in a field …   Useful english dictionary

  • corn shock — /ˈkɔn ʃɒk/ (say kawn shok) noun a stack of upright cornstalks …   Australian English dictionary

  • shock — shock1 [shäk] n. [Fr choc < choquer: see SHOCK1 the vt.] 1. the impact of persons, forces, etc. in combat or collision 2. a) a sudden, powerful concussion; violent blow, shake, or jar [the shock of an earthquake] b) the result or effect of s …   English World dictionary

  • shock — 1. n. & v. n. 1 a violent collision, impact, tremor, etc. 2 a sudden and disturbing effect on the emotions, physical reactions, etc. (the news was a great shock). 3 an acute state of prostration following a wound, pain, etc., esp. when much blood …   Useful english dictionary

  • shock — shock1 W2S2 [ʃɔk US ʃa:k] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(unexpected event/situation)¦ 2¦(unexpected unpleasant feeling)¦ 3¦(medical)¦ 4¦(electricity)¦ 5¦(vehicle)¦ 6 shock of hair 7¦(sudden change)¦ 8¦(shaking)¦ ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ [Sense: 1 5, 7 8; Orig …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • shock — {{11}}shock (1) sudden blow, 1560s, a military term, from M.Fr. choc violent attack, from O.Fr. choquer strike against, probably from Frankish, from a P.Gmc. imitative base (Cf. M.Du. schokken to push, jolt, O.H.G. scoc jolt, swing ). Meaning a… …   Etymology dictionary

  • shock — I. noun Etymology: Middle English; akin to Middle High German schoc heap Date: 14th century a pile of sheaves of grain or stalks of Indian corn set up in a field with the butt ends down II. transitive verb Date: 15th century to collect into… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • shock — English has two words shock in current general usage. Shock ‘heavy blow, unpleasant surprise’ [16] was borrowed from French choc, a derivative of the verb choquer ‘strike’, whose origins are unknown. Shock ‘thick shaggy mass of hair’ [19] is a… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • shock — English has two words shock in current general usage. Shock ‘heavy blow, unpleasant surprise’ [16] was borrowed from French choc, a derivative of the verb choquer ‘strike’, whose origins are unknown. Shock ‘thick shaggy mass of hair’ [19] is a… …   Word origins

  • shock — ʃɑk /ʃɒk n. jolt, collision; sudden disturbance of the emotions; state of circulatory failure caused by serious injury (Medicine); physiological reaction caused by an electrical current passing through the body; bundle of grain or corn; mass… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Detroit Shock — This article is about the now defunct Detroit basketball team. For the current iteration of the team, see Tulsa Shock. Detroit Shock Conference Eastern Founded 1998 …   Wikipedia

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