New English-Irish Dictionary
Similar words: corked · decked · forked · jerkin · jerky · jersey · leaked · marked · necked · parked
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jerked is a grammatical form of: jerk »

jerk

verb
noun
adjective
verb
1 verb pull sth abruptly TRANSITIVEsrac verb  c m utarraing go tobannI jerked my arm away shrac mé mo lámh ar shiúlshe jerked the book out of my grasp shnap sí an leabhar as mo lámhhe jerked the steering wheel to the right chas sé an roth stiúrtha ar dheis go tobann 2 verb throw sth abruptly TRANSITIVErad verb  c m ucaith verb  c m u
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3 verb move abruptly INTRANSITIVEpreab verb  c m ubíog verb  c m ushe jerked upright dhírigh sí de phreabhis body jerked back phreab a cholainn siar 4 (also jerk out (v + adv) ) verb say abruptly TRANSITIVEabair go grod 5 verb SPOR raise barbell TRANSITIVErad leis an dá lámhhe could clean and jerk 100 kg bhí sé in ann 100 kg a ardú go gualainn glan agus a radadh leis an dá lámh 6 verb rouse, shock TRANSITIVEthe next moment he'd been jerked fully awake an chéad rud eile dúisíodh de phreab éthey were abruptly jerked back to reality cuireadh fírinne an scéil ar a súile dóibh arís go grod 7 verb enter another state of mind INTRANSITIVEshe jerked out of her dream dhúisigh sí de gheit óna brionglóid
noun
8 noun abrupt movementsracadh masc1  c m usuaitheadh mascthe rope stopped his fall with a sudden jerk stad an téad a thitim de shracadh tobann 9 noun twitchríog fem2  c m ufreanga fem4  c m umy foot was making small jerks bhí freangaí i mo chos, bhí mo chos ag bíogadh 10 noun SPOR raising of barbellradadh masc to clean and jerk ardú go gualainn glan agus radadh leis an dá lámh 11 noun offensive , informal foolish or annoying personamadán masc1  c m uleibide informal fem4  c m uleathdhuine masc4  c m u
adjective
12 (also jerked) adjective COOK marinated seirgthe  c m ujerk beef mairteoil sheirgthe 13 adjective COOK used for jerking meat seirgthe  c m ujerk sauce anlann seirgthe