jerk

  1. a dull stupid fatuous person
  2. an abrupt spasmodic movement
  3. (mechanics) the rate of change of velocity
  4. a sudden abrupt pull

Jerk

Jerk is slang for a fool.
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Jerk

Jerk is slang for a fool.
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Jerk

[play] 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. It is based on the story of serial killer Dean Corll and his teenage accomplices David Brooks and Elmer Wayne Henley. The play dev...
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Jerk

[dance] The jerk was a popular dance in the 1960s. The jerk is similar to the monkey. The arms move and hands move as if conducting. The wrists cross in front of the chest and then sweep out in time, or at half time, with the music. The hands are up at face level. On count 1, the outward sweep, the hands are quickly pushed out, giving the j...
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Jerk

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 'Jerk' when eating this very spicy dish!
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jerk

[n] - (mechanics) the rate of change of velocity 2. [n] - a dull stupid fatuous person 3. [n] - an abrupt spasmodic movement 4. [v] - move with abrupt, seemingly uncontrolled motions 5. [v] - throw or toss with a quick motion
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Jerk

A vector quantity that specifies time rate of change of acceleration. See also: Acceleration.
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Jerk

Jerk (jẽrk) transitive verb [ Corrupted from Peruv. charqui dried beef.] To cut into long slices or strips and dry in the sun; as, to jerk beef. See Charqui .
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Jerk

Jerk transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Jerked (jẽrkt); present participle & verbal noun Jerking .] [ Akin to yerk , and perhaps also to yard a measure.] 1. To beat; to strike. [ Obsolete] Flor...
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Jerk

Jerk intransitive verb 1. To make a sudden motion; to move with a start, or by starts. Milton. 2. To flout with contempt.
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Jerk

Jerk noun 1. A short, sudden pull, thrust, push, twitch, jolt, shake, or similar motion. « His jade gave him a jerk B. Jonson. 2. A sudden start or spring. « Lobsters . . . swim backwards by jerks or springs.» Grew.
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jerk

1. A sudden pull. ... Synonym: deep reflex. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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jerk

jerking noun an abrupt spasmodic movement
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jerk

verb throw or toss with a quick motion; `flick a piece of paper across the table`; `jerk his head`
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jerk

verb move with abrupt, seemingly uncontrolled motions; `The patient`s legs were jerkings`
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jerk

(jurk) a sudden reflex or involuntary movement.
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Jerk

• (v. t.) To throw with a quick and suddenly arrested motion of the hand; as, to jerk a stone. • (v. t.) To give a quick and suddenly arrested thrust, push, pull, or twist, to; to yerk; as, to jerk one with the elbow; to jerk a coat off. • (v. t.) To cut into long slices or strips and dry in the sun; as, jerk beef. See Charqui. &bull...
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Jerk

Jerk is a Swedish boy name. The meaning of the name is `Ever Powerful Ruler` Where is it used? The name Jerk is mainly used In Swedish.How do they say it elsewhere? Erik ( In Swedish, Danish and In Czech) See also In Swedish: Jerker In English and In French: Eric The name Jerk doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128...
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jerk

Type: Term Pronunciation: jerk Definitions: 1. A sudden pull. Synonyms: deep reflex
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jerk

A term used for an island style of barbecue that includes marinating the meat in a green pesto-like mixture of herbs, spices, and very hot peppers.
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Jerk

A gather of, or trip through, a small piece of country. Term often used in rough country where cattle are hard to gather.
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Jerk

[physics] === Higher derivatives === In Classical mechanics of rigid bodies there are no forces associated with the higher derivatives of the path, nevertheless not only the physiological effects of jerk, but also oscillations and deformation propagation along and in non-ideally rigid bodies require various techniques for controlling motion...
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jerk

a jerk is a method of flicking the rod during retrieval causing the lure to 'jerk' resembling the irratic movements of a wounded bait fish.
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