Word: rattled

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rattled definition

Synonyms: rattled

clatter, patter, clink, clunk, jingle, jangle, tinkle, jolt, bump, bounce, jounce, shake, unnerve, disconcert, disturb, fluster, perturb, discompose, discomfit, ruffle, throw, faze

Translations: rattled

spanish
sacudido, traqueteaba, sacudió, temblaban


german
gerasselt, schepperte

french
secoué, ébranlé, cliquetait, agacé, cliqueté

italian
scosso, sconcertato, sbattere, tintinnò

portuguese
sacudiu, chacoalhou, chacoalhavam, agitado, atingiu

dutch
rammelde, rammelden, gerammeld, ratelde, ratelden

russian
гремели, слабым, грохотом, напугали, гремел

norwegian
raslet, skranglet, ramset, strøk

swedish
ross, skramlade, rasslade, skallrade

finnish
ravisutti, ravisteli, kolahti, helisi, helisivät

danish
raslede, klirrede, rystet, nervøs

czech
zarachotil, rachotí, rachotem, zarachotily, rachotil

polish
brzęczały, zagrzechotał, wstrząsnęła, terkotał, zagrzechotały

hungarian
zörgött, rázta, zörögtek, megrázta, zavarba

turkish
sarstı, patladı, sallandı, salladı

greek
ταρακούνησε, κροτάλισε, τρανταζόταν, ξεχείλιζαν, δυσαρέστησαν

ukrainian
гриміли, лунали, гуркотіли

albanian
tronditi, tronditën, tronditur, lëkundi, e tronditi

bulgarian
разтърси, разтърси напречната, издрънча

belarusian
грымелі, грукаталі, гучалі, бразгалі, грукалі

estonian
kõigutas, tabas, ragises, robises

croatian
pogodio, pogodio je, uzdrmana, uzdrmana je, tresao

icelandic
skrölt, stöngina, stöngina og, í stöngina

lithuanian
svirtis, ramybę, tesudrebino

latvian
grabēja

macedonian
затресоа, потресе, потресоа, разнишани, беше премногу слаб и

romanian
zguduit, lângă, a zguduit, speriat, firea

slovenian
raztresena, drdrali

slovak
zarachotil

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The meaning and "use of": rattled

verb
  • make or cause to make a rapid succession of short, sharp knocking sounds, typically as a result of shaking and striking repeatedly against a hard surface or object.
  • cause (someone) to feel nervous, worried, or irritated.

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