Word: rock

Category: rock

Arts & Entertainment, Hobbies & Leisure, Sports

Related words: rock

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Synonyms: rock

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: rock

spanish
escollo, sacudir, cálculo, roca, risco


german
fels, wiegen, rochen, dollar, felsen, ...

french
brimbaler, balancer, calcul, dandiner, ébranler, ...

italian
macigno, sasso, pietra, cullare, dondolare, ...

portuguese
robô, rochedo, rocha, pedras, pedra

dutch
balanceren, rotsblok, rots, steen

russian
покачиваться, убаюкивать, булыжник, брильянт, гибралтар, ...

norwegian
klippe, fjell, stein, bergart

swedish
berg, gunga, klippa, sten, vagga

finnish
tuutia, kivi, keinuttaa, paasi, huojua, ...

danish
klippe, sten

czech
balvan, úskalí, viklat, kámen, útes, ...

polish
rozbujać, rock, wstrząsać, chybotać, kamień, ...

hungarian
ékszer, rockzene

turkish
kayaç, kaya, taş

greek
λικνίζω, κουνώ, ροκ, πέτρα

ukrainian
єпископ, юрма, множину

albanian
tund, shkëmb, përkund

bulgarian
камък, скала, рок

belarusian
камень

estonian
salk, kiigutama, jäätükk, kalju, kari

croatian
žila, naslaga

icelandic
berg, bjarg, drangur, klettur

latin
silex

lithuanian
akmuo, uola, rokenrolas

latvian
akmens, rokenrols, klints

romanian
piatră

slovenian
skála

slovak
rockový

Popularity stats: rock

Most searched by regions

Arkansas, Wyoming, South Carolina, Colorado, Oklahoma

Most searched by cities

Little Rock, Rock Hill, Round Rock, Tuttle, Austin

The meaning and "use of": rock

noun
  • the solid mineral material forming part of the surface of the earth and other similar planets, exposed on the surface or underlying the soil or oceans.
  • a large piece of rock that has become detached from a cliff or mountain; a boulder.
  • used in similes and metaphors to refer to someone or something that is extremely strong, reliable, or hard.
  • rock music.
  • a gentle movement to and fro or from side to side.

verb
  • move gently to and fro or from side to side.
  • dance to or play rock music.
  • wear (a garment) or affect (an attitude or style), especially in a confident or flamboyant way.

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