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rock  

EN[ɹʷɔk]
US
FRoche WRock
  • Rock peut faire référence à :
Solid mineral aggregate (1)
  • NomPLrocksSUF-ock
    1. An act of rocking; a rocking motion; a sway.
      1. A style of music characterized by basic drum-beat, generally 4/4 riffs, based on (usually electric) guitar, bass guitar, drums, and vocals.
        1. NC distaff.
          1. NU The flax or wool on a distaff.
            1. Archaic form of roc (mythical bird).
            2. VerbeSGrocksPRrockingPT, PProcked
              1. (transitive and intransitive) To move gently back and forth.
                1. To Edward […] he was terrible, nerve-inflaming, poisonously asphyxiating. He sat rocking himself in the late Mr. Churchill's swing chair, smoking and twaddling.
              2. VT To cause to shake or sway violently.
                1. VI To sway or tilt violently back and forth.
                  1. The boat rocked at anchor. ‎
                2. (transitive and intransitive, of ore etc.) To be washed and panned in a cradle or in a rocker.
                  1. The ores had been rocked and laid out for inspection. ‎
                3. VT To disturb the emotional equilibrium of; to distress; to greatly impact (most often positively).
                  1. Downing Street has been rocked by yet another sex scandal. ‎
                  2. She rocked my world. ‎
                4. VI To do well or to be operating at high efficiency.
                  1. The Blues' challenge had been rocking at that point, with Terry's centre-back partner Gary Cahill lost to injury and Barca having just levelled the tie through Busquets's neat, close-range finish from Isaac Cuenca's pull-back.
                5. (euphemistic) to make love to or have sex with someone.
                  1. Yarbrough & Peoples, "Don't Stop the Music": I just wanna rock you, all night long.
                  2. Andy Kim, "Rock Me Gently": Rock me gently, rock me slowly, take it easy, don't you know, 'cause I have never been loved like this before.
                6. VI To play, perform, or enjoy rock music, especially with a lot of skill or energy.
                  1. Let’s rock!
                7. VI SLA To be very favourable or skilful; to excel.
                  1. Chocolate rocks.
                8. VT to thrill or excite, especially with rock music.
                  1. Let's rock this joint!
                9. VT to do something with excitement yet skillfully.
                  1. I need to rock a piss.
                10. VT To wear (a piece of clothing, outfit etc.) successfully or with style; to carry off (a particular look, style).
                11. Plus d'exemples
                  1. Utilisé au milieu de la phrase
                    • Upon arrival at the campsite, they discovered that they had forgotten the tent pegs and had to use rocks and logs to tether the tent instead.
                    • A small hacksaw was used to formatize rock specimens.
                    • Uneven plains that are interspersed with pebbles and rocks are likely to cause punctures in the zorbs.
                  2. Utilisé dans la fin de la phrase
                    • She led us through the tunnels for some time, until at length we reached a small door in the rock.
                    • If the wings aren't big enough your paper airplane will fly like a rock.
                    • The fontinal cliff vegetation occupies moist rocky banks, damp ledges, and dripping rocks.

                Meaning of rock for the defined word.

                Grammaticalement, ce mot "rock" est un nom, plus spécifiquement, un noms dénombrable et un singularia tantum. C'est aussi un verbe, plus spécifiquement, un verbes ergative, un verbes intransitif et un verbes transitif.
                • Partie du discours Hiérarchie
                  1. Noms
                    • Noms Dénombrable
                      • Singularia tantum
                        • Noms Indénombrable
                      • Verbes
                        • Verbes ergatives
                          • Verbes intransitifs
                            • Verbes transitifs
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                          Liens Connexes:
                          1. fr rock
                          2. en rocks
                          3. en rocky
                          4. en rocking
                          5. en rocked
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