jerk / dʒɜrk /


jerk4 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. a quick, sharp pull, thrust, twist, throw, or the like; a sudden movement: The train started with a jerk.
  2. a spasmodic, usually involuntary, muscular movement, as the reflex action of pulling the hand away from a flame.
  3. any sudden, quick movement of the body, as in dodging something.
v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to pull, twist, move, thrust, or throw with a quick, suddenly arrested motion: She jerked the child by the hand.
  2. to utter in a broken, spasmodic way.
  3. Informal. to prepare, dispense, and serve at a soda fountain.
v. 无主动词 verb
  1. to give a jerk or jerks.
  2. to move with a quick, sharp motion; move spasmodically.
  3. to talk in a broken, spasmodic way.
v. 动词组 verb
  1. jerk off, Slang: Vulgar. to masturbate.

jerk 近义词

n. 名词 noun

a lurching move

n. 名词 noun

stupid, bumbling person

jerk 的近义词 7
jerk 的反义词 1
n. 名词 noun

foolish person

v. 动词 verb

move with lurch


  1. Today, more than two decades after I arrived here in that rental van, this allegiance manifests as knee-jerk defensiveness when others take shots at California.
  2. In a container, liquid can be levitated over a layer of gas by shaking the container up and down because the repeated, upward jerking motion keeps fluid from dripping into the air below.
  3. That would be a heartbreaking experience for anyone to go through, and I’m so sorry that this jerk betrayed your trust like that.
  4. Make the jerk bleed for your bike and they’re far less likely to bother at all.
  5. Bill Gates was widely considered to come off like an evasive jerk in his testimony at the time … Which means he is now perfectly positioned to help Jeff Bezos learn from his mistakes in the Amazon titan’s first appearance before Congress.
  6. You write a lot about how you were a jerk or a snob when it came to comedy or film.
  7. Emetophobia tends to compromise my relationships, turning me into a selfish jerk.
  8. What they found was that most people preferred to work with the lovable fool rather than the competent jerk.
  9. “Either this or stay home and jerk off,” said one guy when I asked why he came tonight.
  10. It is not a knee-jerk response to a sudden perceived threat.
  11. A twist, a sudden jerk, and it was Black Hood who had the signal device now.
  12. Here the little dogs sit and bark and jerk, ready to dodge into their hole in a moment.
  13. It made the skin jerk and pull as if he were trying to get rid of an itch without using his hand.
  14. He said nothing, however, but he went over and gave the bell cord a violent jerk.
  15. When you tug a boat, you must not jerk at the rope but pull it gently, so I urged Kari to pull it smoothly.