Definition of shaken in English:

shaken

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verb

Pronunciation

shaken

/ˈSHākən/ /ˈʃeɪkən/

adjective

  • 1Having had one's composure or confidence upset; shocked or disturbed.

    ‘the two boys were very shaken’
    • ‘I was OK, but a little shaken’
    • ‘she was visibly shaken and upset when she returned’
    distressed, troubled, perturbed, disturbed, discomposed, unsettled, disconcerted, discountenanced, dismayed, disquieted, worried, bothered, inconvenienced, anxious, agitated, flustered, ruffled, unnerved, shaken, frightened, alarmed, angered, annoyed, irritated, vexed, irked, fretted, hurt, saddened, grieved
  • 2(of a drink, especially a cocktail) prepared by being mixed and shaken with ice in a container.

    • ‘shaken drinks are more diluted (and colder) than those that are stirred’

Pronunciation

shaken

/ˈSHākən/ /ˈʃeɪkən/