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jerk 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/jərk/,
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jerks, plural;
  1. Prepare (meat) by marinating it in spices and drying or barbecuing it over a wood fire
    • - jerked beef
Noun
  1. Meat cooked in this way
    • - fiery Jamaican jerk
    • - jerk chicken

  1. a dull stupid fatuous person
  2. yank: pull, or move with a sudden movement; "He turned the handle and jerked the door open"
  3. an abrupt spasmodic movement
  4. move with abrupt, seemingly uncontrolled motions; "The patient's legs were jerkings"
  5. (mechanics) the rate of change of acceleration
  6. twitch: make an uncontrolled, short, jerky motion; "his face is twitching"
  7. Jerk is the second album by Canadian alternative/indie rock band hHead, released in 1994. The prize money that hHead won from a CFNY-FM contest went towards paying the costs for making this album. ...
  8. Jerk was an industrial rock band from Sydney, Australia. They released a single album, and featured in the video games '' and NHL 2004''. Jerk has supported Marilyn Manson, Insane Clown Posse, Killing Joke and Disturbed on their respective Sydney tours.
  9. Jerk is a one-person puppet play by the American writer Dennis Cooper, made in collaboration with director Gisèle Vienne and performer Jonathan Capdevielle, based on Cooper's 1993 novel of the same name. ...
  10. The Jerk is a 1979 American rags-to-riches-to-rags comedy film of belated self-discovery. This was Steve Martin's first starring role in a feature film. The film also features Bernadette Peters, M. Emmet Walsh and Jackie Mason.
  11. The Jerk was a popular dance craze from the 1960s. The song, "The Jerk" was written by Don Julian, and first recorded in 1964 by his L.A. soul vocal group, the Larks for the Money label, scored a top-ten chart position.
  12. Houses third season ran from September 5, 2006 to May 29, 2007. Early in the season, House temporarily regains the use of his leg, due to Ketamine treatment, after he was shot in the season two finale. ...
  13. A sudden, often uncontrolled movement, especially of the body; A quick, often unpleasant tug or shake; A dull or stupid person. (This meaning is given in the American Heritage Dictionary of 1969 whereas the following meaning is not. ...
  14. (jerking) jalonear, dar tirones, desgarrar ó tasajear
  15. (jerks) Involuntary convulsive twitching often resulting from excitement. Often used with the.
  16. The jerk is an explosive timing that allows you coordinate all the pushing muscles of your body into one movement. While highly effective for strength and conditioning, the jerk is also one of the most highly technical of all kettlebell lifts. ...
  17. Because of the increasing confidence and sophistication of wine drinkers all over the world, more and more people hear an insufferable wine bore and say, “Wow, that guy [it's always a guy] is a jerk,” instead of saying, “I guess I don’t know anything about wine. ...
  18. A gather of, or trip through, a small piece of country.  Term often used in rough country where cattle are hard to gather.
  19. is sarcastic, mean, unforgiving and never misses an opportunity to make a cutting remark. Jerk is very happy to participate in electronic forums because in cyberspace he is free to be his repulsive self.
  20. means a fast and powerful stroke of the rod used to impart action into a jerkbait.
  21. a difficult person; someone who goes out of his way to give you trouble--usually used with men.
  22. to pull a shot or putt left of the intended line
  23. as defined by Merriam Webster’s Dictionary:
  24. A competition lift, like the kettlebell snatch, this lift culminates with the weight overhead at arms’ length.
  25. A dry mixture of various spices such as habenaro chilies, thyme, garlic, onions, allspice, ginger and cinnamon used to season meats such as chicken or pork, a Jamaican BBQ specialty. If made well and grilled over a wood fire you will twitch or "Jerk" when eating this very spicy dish!