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Pronunciation of Rocked: Learn how to pronounce Rocked in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word rock:

verb
1move gently to and fro or from side to side:
[with object]:
she rocked the baby in her arms
[no object]:
the vase rocked back and forth on its base
(as adjective rocking)
the rocking movement of the boat
(with reference to a building or region) shake or cause to shake or vibrate, especially because of an impact, earthquake, or explosion:
[with object]:
minutes later a second blast rocked the city
[no object]:
the building began to rock on its foundations
[with object] cause great shock or distress to (someone or something), especially so as to weaken or destabilize:
diplomatic upheavals that rocked the British Empire
2 [no object] informal dance to or play rock music:
he looked a totally different man and ready to rock
(of a place) be exciting or full of social activity:
the new town really rocks
(as adjective rocking)
a rocking resort
be very good or pleasing:
this is when the job really rocks
3 [with object] informal wear (a garment) or affect (an attitude or style), especially in a confident or flamboyant way:
she was rocking a clingy little leopard-skin number
noun
1 [mass noun] rock music:
[as modifier]:
a rock star
rock and roll.
2a gentle movement to and fro or from side to side:
she placed the baby in the cot and gave it a rock
Phrases

rock the boat
see boat.
Phrasal Verbs

rock out
perform rock music loudly and vigorously:
the Waterboys rock out fiercely in one of the most anthemic tracks the band has recorded
rock up
British informal arrive; turn up:
they rocked up at about 2.00 p.m.
Origin:

late Old English roccian, probably from a Germanic base meaning ‘remove, move’; related to Dutch rukken ‘jerk, tug’ and German rücken ‘move’. The noun dates from the early 19th century