English → English - rock

Pronunciation
n. stone; rock music; back and forth movement, shaking; diamond (Slang)
v. sway, swing; shock
n. skirt, woman's garment for the lower body that is not connected between the legs; coat, protective outer garment

English → Spanish - rock

Pronunciation
s. roca, peña, peñón, piedra; mecida, mecimiento; rock 'n' roll, base
v. mecerse, balancearse; bailar rock'n'roll; acunar

Spanish → English - rock

Pronunciation
adj. rock
n. rock

English → French - rock

Pronunciation
n. roche, rocher; rock (danse); bercement, balancement, secousse, vibration; diamant, pierre (Familier); Rock musique
v. se balancer, dandiner, swinguer; bercer, balancer; secouer

English → German - rock

Pronunciation
n. Fels, Stein; Rockmusik; mit Eis (amerikanisch)
v. schütteln, kippen; erschüttern

English → Indonesian - rock

Pronunciation
n. batu, karang, batuan, sebab kemalangan, sebab karam, uang, kesalahan yg bodoh, kegoyangan, ayunan, musik ngak-ngik-nguk
v. menggoyang, mengayun, membanting-banting, berayun, bergoyang, bergoncang, terombang-ambing, mengayun-ayun, menjotos sehingga sempoyongan

English → Italian - rock

Pronunciation
s. roccia; (Mar) scoglio; masso, macigno; pietra; (fig) causa di disastro; (Dolc) specie di caramella dura; (sl) diamante
v. far oscillare, dondolare; far tremare, scuotere con violenza, scrollare; (sl) turbare, sconvolgere; impressionare

English → Polish - rock

Pronunciation
n. skała, kamień, opoka, wanta, kądziel, muzyka rockowa
v. kołysać, wykołysać, kołysać się, bujać, rozbujać, pobujać, trząść się, chwiać, chybnąć, chybotać, huśtać, zachybotać, zaszamotać, wachlować
a. skalisty, skalny

English → Portuguese - rock

Pronunciation
s. pedra; rocha; rock (música); proteção; defesa; solidez
v. balançar (-se), chacoalhar

English → Romanian - rock

Pronunciation
n. stâncă, rocă, cap, promontoriu, stană, furcă {înv.}
v. legăna, balansa, clătina, legăna: se legăna, tremura, cumpăni, vibra, oscila, zgudui: se zgudui

English → Russian - rock

Pronunciation
с. скала, утес, камень, булыжник, горная порода; нечто надежное, опора; причина опасности, причина провала; леденцовая карамель; бриллиант; качание, колебание, покачивание; рок-н-ролл, рок
г. качать, шатать, колебать, качаться; укачивать, баюкать; тревожить, беспокоить, волновать; танцевать рок-н-ролл, исполнять рок-музыку

English → Turkish - rock

Pronunciation
f. sallamak, sallanmak, sallayarak uyutmak, sarsmak, şok etmek, zorlaştırmak, sarsılmak, şok olmak, rock yapmak (dans), ırgalamak
i. cebelitarık kalesi, cebelitarık dağı
i. kaya, kaya parçası, taş, elmas, lolipop, para, dolar, sıkıntı, belâ, değerli taş, dert

English → Ukrainian - rock

Pronunciation
n. скеля, камінь, порода, качання
v. хитати, хитатися, трясти, трястися, заколисувати, захитувати, колисати, колихати, колихатися, мантиляти, похитнути

French → English - rock

Pronunciation
(m) n. (Music) rock, rock music

German → English - rock

Pronunciation
v. sway, swing; shock

Italian → English - rock

Pronunciation
adj. rock (Music)

English → Dutch - rock

Pronunciation
zn. rots; "Rock"muziek; beweging
ww. zacht bewegen; zich bewegen; schokken

English → Greek - rock

Pronunciation
ουσ. βράχος, λίθος, λίκνισμα, πέτρα
ρήμ. λικνίζομαι, λικνίζω, κουνώ

French → Spanish - rock

Pronunciation
(musique) rock and roll; música de rock

German → Spanish - rock

Pronunciation
n. falda (f), pollera (f), chaqueta (f), guerrera (f), americana (f), funda (f), hábito (m), rock (m)

Spanish → German - rock

Pronunciation
n. rock

French → German - rock

Pronunciation
n. rock
adj. rock-

French → Italian - rock

Pronunciation
(musique) rock {invariable}; musica rock; rock and roll {invariable}

French → Portuguese - rock

Pronunciation
(musique) roque (m); rock and roll (m)

French → Turkish - rock

Pronunciation
[le] rak

German → French - rock

Pronunciation
n. jupe (f), robe (f), veste (f), rock (m)

German → Italian - rock

Pronunciation
n. gonna (f), giacca (f), veste (f)

German → Russian - rock

Pronunciation
n. юбка (m), китель (m), тужурка (m)

German → Turkish - rock

Pronunciation
i. etek (m), ceket (m), bayan elbisesi (m)

Italian → French - rock

Pronunciation
(musica) rock (m); rock and roll (m)

Dutch → French - rock

Pronunciation
(muziek) rock (m); rock and roll (m)

French → Dutch - rock

Pronunciation
(musique) rock (m); rockmuziek (f); rock-'n-roll (m)

German → Dutch - rock

Pronunciation
rok

English → Arabic - rock

Pronunciation
‏ماس، صخرة، جلمود، صخرة عالية، صخر صغيرة، إهتزاز، رقصة الروك، أساس، نقود، طير الرخ‏
‏تأرجح، إهتز، هز، ترنح، زعزع، هدهد، رقص الروك، هزز‏

English → Chinese - rock

Pronunciation
(名) 岩, 磐石, 岩石; 冰糖; 石块, 石子; 棒棒糖#摇动; 摇滚舞, 摇滚乐
(动) 摇, 振动, 摆动; 奏摇滚乐, 跳摇滚舞; 摇动; 使震惊; 使摇晃

English → Chinese - rock

Pronunciation
(名) 岩, 磐石, 岩石; 冰糖; 石塊, 石子; 棒棒糖#搖動; 搖滾舞, 搖滾樂
(動) 搖, 振動, 擺動; 奏搖滾樂, 跳搖滾舞; 搖動; 使震驚; 使搖晃

English → Hindi - rock

Pronunciation
n. चट्टान, शिला
v. धीरे-धीरे डौलना, हिलना, हिलाना, झुलाना, झोंटे खाना

English → Japanese - rock

Pronunciation
(動) 揺り動かす; 震動させる; ショックを与える
(名) 岩; 岩山; 暗礁; 石ころ; 揺れ; 動揺; ロックンロール

English → Korean - rock

Pronunciation
명. 바위; 락 뮤직; 동요, 진동; 다이아몬드(속어)
동. 흔들어 움직이다, 흔들리다; 감동받다

English → Vietnamese - rock

Pronunciation
n. núi đá, tảng đá, khối đá, tảng đá lồi ra, đá, một thứ kẹo cứng, đá nổi giữa biển, sự đưa võng, con quay vụ
v. đu đưa, lúc lắc, làm lung lay, rung chuyển
n. loại chim thường đậu trên núi đá

German → Chinese - rock

Pronunciation
[der] ①(女)裙。裙子。束腰外衣。裳。②男上衣。外套。西服。制服。③摇滚。摇滚舞。摇滚乐。摇滚音乐。④洛克。男子名。

Spanish → Korean - rock

Pronunciation
adj. 록의

Definition of rock

Pronunciation
Noun
1. The naturally occurring aggregate of solid mineral matter that constitutes a significant part of the earth's crust.
The face of the cliff is solid rock.
2. A mass of stone projecting out of the ground or water.
The ship crashed on the rocks.
3. A boulder or large stone; or Canada a smaller stone; a pebble.
Some fool has thrown a rock through my window.
4. A large hill or island having no vegetation.
Pearl Rock near Cape Cod is so named because the morning sun makes it gleam like a pearl.
5. Something that is strong, stable, and dependable; a person who provides security or support to another.
6. Any natural material with a distinctive composition of minerals.
7. A precious stone or gem, especially a diamond.
Look at the size of that rock on her finger!
8. A lump or cube of ice.
I'll have a whisky on the rocks, please.
9. A type of confectionery made from sugar in the shape of a stick, traditionally having some text running through its length.
While we're in Brighton, let's get a stick of rock!
10. A crystallized lump of crack cocaine.
11. An unintelligent person, especially one who repeats mistakes.
12. An Afrikaner.
13. An extremely conservative player who is willing to play only the very strongest hands.
14. A basketball ball.
15. A fish, the striped bass.
16. A fish, the huss or rock salmon.
We ordered rock and chips to take away.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: rocking
Present: rock (3.person: rocks)
Past: rocked
Future: will rock
Present conditional: would rock
Present Perfect: have rocked (3.person: has rocked)
Past Perfect: had rocked
Future Perfect: will have rocked
Past conditional: would have rocked
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