Fordítások & példák
expand_more Hatalmas, bömbölő köhögés hallatszott, és a lökéshullám a falhoz csapta Kinsont.
A lökéshullám maga előtt fogja hajtani a csillagmagokat, bárhová is mennek.
Akkor verte be az orrát, amikor a lökéshullám leterítette a sétafedélzeten.
Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "shock wave" szó használatára magyarul
Az alábbi mondatok külső forrásokból származnak és nem miden esetben ponstosak. Ennél fogva a bab.la semmilyen felelősséget vagy kötelezettséget nem vállal az itt megjelenő információkért.
EnglishThere was a huge, booming cough, and the shock wave threw Kinson against the wall.
EnglishHe had bashed his nose when the shock wave knocked him down on the sun deck.
EnglishThe shock wave will drive the starseeds ahead of it, wherever they're going.
EnglishThe great bubble of the shock wave from that explosion was as dense as bricks.
EnglishPilas was screaming in the backseat as the shock wave from the explosion crashed over them.
EnglishBut yeah, there'd be a hell of a lot of pressure in the shock wave ahead of Ganymede.
EnglishThe shock wave hit the Old Dog's nose like a giant invisible hand.
EnglishIn ten thousand years they'd meet the shock wave from the Core explosion.
EnglishThe shock-wave pushed him forward, pressing his ears.
EnglishAs he watched, another explosion ripped across the water, the shock wave strong enough to stagger him.
EnglishAn image of his victim's torn throat exploded in his memory, and a shock wave of nausea overwhelmed him.
EnglishThe fighters flew past him, again coming so close that the AT- AT shuddered because of the passing crafts' shock Wave.
EnglishAs the building exploded, the shock wave lifted me off my feet and threw me into the undergrowth.
EnglishElliott and Ormack were thrown off their feet by the shock wave.
Englishthe shock wave rolled over the Megafortress.
EnglishBefore he could put the bus in gear, he was stunned by the shock wave from yet another tremendous explosion.
EnglishSam landed in a chair with an agonizing shock that sent a wave of blackness and wheeling lights across his vision.
EnglishHe was safe, close behind her, knocked off balance by the force of the shock wave, staggering forward, but unhurt.
EnglishThe destruction didn't die down after the first shock-wave, as might have been expected with a conventional quake.
English'The thermal pulse alone should fry the place, and the shock wave would sure as hell blow a plate-glass window out.'
Szinonimák (angolul) a(z) shock wave szóra: