• be in for a shock
  • いまにびっくりする
  • die of shock
  • ショック死する
  • get [have] a shock
  • びっくりすることになる
  • the oil shocks
  • 石油ショック
  • the shock of one's life
  • ものすごいショック
  • A shock wave from a nearby supernova would have triggered the formation of the Sun by compressing the gases within the molecular cloud, and causing certain regions to collapse under their own gravity.
  • Wikipedia: Sun
  • Because of this, the Moscow direction remained a priority for Stalin, who at first appeared to be in shock due to the initial German success.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Moscow
  • Dengue hemorrhagic fever and dengue shock syndrome were first noted in Central and South America in 1981, as DENV-2 was contracted by people who had previously been infected with DENV-1 several years earlier.
  • Wikipedia: Dengue fever
  • Electric shock treatment had become fashionable among the public, but often was not favoured by physicians except as a last resort.
  • Wikipedia: Golding Bird
  • Even if the lizards have venom-like proteins in their mouths, Schwenk argues, they may be using them for a different function, and he doubts venom is necessary to explain the effect of a Komodo dragon bite, arguing that shock and blood loss are the primary factors.
  • Wikipedia: Komodo dragon
  • Eventually, the ionisation front slows to subsonic speeds, and is overtaken by the shock front caused by the expansion of the nebula.
  • Wikipedia: H II region
  • Extremely energetic electrons within the shock wave are accelerated by strong local magnetic fields and radiate as synchrotron emission across most of the electromagnetic spectrum.
  • Wikipedia: Gamma-ray burst
  • Following the shock of learning what had happened in Rosewood, Haywood rarely spoke to anyone but himself, and sometimes wandered away from his family unclothed.
  • Wikipedia: Rosewood massacre
  • Following their relegation, their first game of the season resulted in a shock 7–1 home defeat against East Anglian rivals Colchester United.
  • Wikipedia: Norwich City F.C.
  • He argued that transverse shock would have rendered Wang's immobilization mechanism ineffective, as it would not have prevented further motion that could knock other balls out of their position.
  • Wikipedia: Zhang Heng
  • He was a great showman, theatrical in appearance, with his sharp jaw and shock of white hair, and people always crowded into his courtroom, knowing there would be something going on.
  • Wikipedia: Kenesaw Mountain Landis
  • Her death from cancer, at the height of her fame, was a shock to the musical world and particularly to the general public, which was kept in ignorance of the nature of her illness until after her death.
  • Wikipedia: Kathleen Ferrier
  • However, if a bacterial infection spreads to the blood, TNF-α is released into vital organs which can cause vasodilation and a decrease in plasma volume; these in turn can be followed by septic shock.
  • Wikipedia: Phagocyte
  • However, there was criticism that Playford had diversified secondary industries enough, that industrial growth was beginning to lag the other states in the last decade of his leadership, and that the reliance on automotive production—Holden and Chrysler were 15% of the economy—made the economy more vulnerable to shocks in the future.
  • Wikipedia: Thomas Playford IV
  • In fission weapons, the explosive shock waves used to compress a plutonium core will also cause a transition from the usual delta phase plutonium to the denser alpha form, significantly helping to achieve supercriticality.
  • Wikipedia: Plutonium
  • In South America, the ships came as a rude shock and kindled a naval arms race among Brazil, Argentina, and Chile.
  • Wikipedia: Minas Geraes-class battleship
  • Intravenous fluids should be administered if hypotension (low blood pressure) or shock are present.
  • Wikipedia: Meningitis
  • It was anticipated that the physical destruction and shock value of a short, intense preliminary bombardment would greatly weaken the German defense, so in addition to divisional artillery, Army- and Corps-level units would provide support, including nine heavy, five medium, and seven light artillery battalions.
  • Wikipedia: Operation Cobra
  • Jordan's announcement sent shock waves throughout the NBA and appeared on the front pages of newspapers around the world.
  • Wikipedia: Michael Jordan
  • Mackay claims that many such investors were ruined by the fall in prices, and Dutch commerce suffered a severe shock.
  • Wikipedia: Tulip mania
  • Measuring pulmonary artery pressure allows the clinician to give enough fluids to prevent shock without exacerbating edema.
  • Wikipedia: Pulmonary contusion
  • Meyer's idea for the effect was influenced by The Poseidon Adventure; Farrar used imagery of an immense wave hitting the Poseidon to inform the scale of their shock wave.
  • Wikipedia: Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country