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1. Jerk definition is - an annoyingly stupid or foolish person

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2. Noun a quick, sharp pull, thrust, twist, throw, or the like; a sudden movement: The train started with a Jerk. a spasmodic, usually involuntary, muscular movement, as the reflex action of pulling the hand away …

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3. 91 synonyms of Jerk from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 114 related words, definitions, and antonyms

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4. / dʒɝːk / to make a short sudden movement, or to cause someone or something to do this: The car made a strange noise and then Jerked to a halt.

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5. In a container, liquid can be levitated over a layer of gas by shaking the container up and down because the repeated, upward Jerking motion keeps fluid from dripping into the air below

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6. In physics, Jerk or jolt is the rate at which an object's acceleration changes with respect to time

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7. Jerk is most commonly denoted by the symbol j and expressed in m/s 3 or standard gravities per second (g 0 /s).

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8. Trademark ™ 2021 JerkMate.com all rights reserved.2257 - all models featured herein were at least 18 years of age at the time of photography.

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9. Jerky describes something that involves a lot of Jerks, meaning sudden movements. Jerky also means meat that has been cut into strips and then dried or smoked

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10. As an adjective, Jerky describes something as having irregular, jarring movement, as in It was a long, Jerky

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11. Jerk翻譯:(使)猝然一動;猛推;急拉, (使)突然改變行為, 移動, 猛然一動;急拉;急抽, 人, (通常指男子)蠢人,頭腦簡單的人。了解更多。

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12. Jerk1 /dʒɜːk $ dʒɜːrk/ ●○○ verb 1 [ intransitive, transitive] to move with a quick sudden movement, or to make part of your body move in this way Wilcox Jerked his head to indicate that they should move on.

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13. Jerkis a style of cookingnative to Jamaica, in which meatis dry-rubbedor wet marinated with a hot spicemixture called Jamaican Jerk spice

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14. Jerk flounce - Can mean a sudden fling or Jerk of the body or a limb

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15. Hike - As a walk, it evolved from its original meaning of "to Jerk or pull" (oneself along). Jerk - As in Jerked meat (e.g

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16. Beef Jerky), it is from American Spanish and Quechua charqui, "dried flesh."

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17. Try new ways of preparing chicken with Jerked chicken recipes and more from the expert chefs at Food Network.

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18. Crude, crass, and oh so quotable, The Jerk is nothing short of an all-out comedic showcase for Steve Martin.

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19. Jerk off (of something) To pull, yank, or lift someone or something off or away from some place or thing

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20. A noun or pronoun can be used between "Jerk" and "off." I hastily Jerked off the coupon and presented it …

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21. Excellent recipe for traditional Jerk seasoning

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22. The longer the better! Dont forget to get the Jerk effect slow roast over coals and hardwood such as pimento or hickory.

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23. Verb If you Jerk something or someone in a particular direction, or they Jerk in a particular direction, they move a short distance very suddenly and quickly

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24. Mr Griffin Jerked forward in his chair.

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25. Jerk flounce - Can mean a sudden fling or Jerk of the body or a limb

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26. Hike - As a walk, it evolved from its original meaning of "to Jerk or pull" (oneself along)

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27. Beef Jerky), it is from American Spanish and Quechua charqui, "dried flesh."

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28. ⤵️Download the free Dash Radio app for 24/7 commercial-free music! ⤵️Mobile: https://dashradio.app/Desktop: https://dashradio.comThe New Boyz "You're A Jerk"

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29. Synonyms for Jerk in Free Thesaurus

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30. 110 synonyms for Jerk: jolt, bang, bump, lurch, shake, lurch, movement, thrust, twitch, jolt, throw, idiot

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31. What is Jerk? Jerk refers to a traditional Jamaican method of seasoning and cooking meats, vegetables or tofu

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32. Rooted in ingredients from Jamaica’s fertile green landscape, Jerk consists of an exotic blend of scallions, onions, scotch bonnet peppers, salt, thyme, allspice, black pepper and many other spices.

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33. A survey of a random group of customers ALL vote Jerk At Nite as THE BEST, saying it was better than any other Caribbean food in the city

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34. We serve Jerk Salmon, Oxtail, Jerk Chicken, Curry Chicken, Tacos, rice and peas, Jerk BBQ Ribs, Rasta Pasta, lettuce and spinach wraps, Jerk Burgers, Jerked chicken Caesar salads etc

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35. Jerk (plural Jerks) A sudden, often uncontrolled movement, especially of the body

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36. View All Photos (4) The Jerk Videos

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37. View All Videos (10) The Jerk Quotes

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38. Best Jerk Chicken in Chicago! Sides were also delicious, we ordered the Jerk combo dark meat with mac and cheese, red beans and rice, cabbage! Also got the Jerk chicken pasta which was decent, but the star was definitely the Jerk chicken

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39. The Jerk egg roll was also very good! Highly recommend

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40. Jerk [Jerk] a sudden reflex or involuntary movement

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41. Achilles Jerk (ankle Jerk) plantar extension of the foot elicited by a tap on the achilles tendon, while the patient is seated on a bed or chair, with feet hanging freely; called also Achilles reflex and triceps surae Jerk or reflex

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42. Elbow Jerk involuntary flexion of the

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43. Jerk-Holes come in various shapes and sizes

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44. It’s better to hear the truth from a Jerk-hole than lead a meeting with your zipper down

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45. Talented Jerk-holes take you further than well-intentioned sugar peeps

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46. Jerk-holes make you pucker but sugar peeps tolerate mediocrity and compliment incompetence

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47. I’ve learned more from Jerk-holes than sugar peeps.

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48. Done right, Jerk chicken is one of the great barbecue traditions of the world, up there with Texas brisket and Chinese char siu It is Jamaica to the bone, aromatic and smoky, sweet but insistently hot All of its traditional ingredients grow in the island’s lush green interior: fresh ginger, thyme and scallions; Scotch bonnet peppers; and the sweet wood of the allspice tree, which burns to a

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49. A Jerk is a sharp, sudden movement

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50. When you're learning to drive a stick shift, it’s hard to avoid the Jerk and lurch when you try to change gears

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51. Jerk is also a very unflattering term for an obnoxious person.

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52. Jerk chicken, a spicy grilled-meat dish mostly associated with Jamaica but common throughout the Caribbean

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53. Jerk refers to a style of cooking in which the main ingredient—which most often is chicken but may also be beef, pork, goat, boar, seafood, or vegetables—is coated in spices and slow-cooked

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54. Jerk Hut was founded by owner John Sims, who has always had a love for Caribbean cooking

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55. Sims partnered with Allington Vassell, a native Jamaican chef with 26 years of culinary experience, and his daughter Jamarice Sims, who runs the smoothie and dessert bar, to develop the authentic Caribbean menu, which includes six Jerk entrees- oxtail, chicken, shrimp, pork, salmon, and ribs.

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56. Traditionally, Jerk seasoning has cinnamon and sometimes nutmeg in it

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57. I like the flavor of Jerk but not w/the cinnamon/nutmeg thing

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58. If you want something different you need to try a Jerk paste.

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60. With Jerk butter and ranch breadcrumbs, this Roasted Jerk Corn recipe from Chef Nina Compton of Compère Lapin at the Old No

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61. Jerk’D is established by Marva Layne, a restauranteur with longevity and success.

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62. Spoon desired amount of Jerk marinade over chicken and rub into scores

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63. That wild and crazy guy, Steve Martin, makes his film-starring debut in this wild and crazy comedy hit The Jerk

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64. A classic Jerk chicken recipe made with chicken thighs, which cook faster, paired with sweet cornbread will become a regular at your dinner table.

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65. Looking for online definition of Jerk or what Jerk stands for? Jerk is listed in the World's largest and most authoritative dictionary database of abbreviations and acronyms The Free Dictionary

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66. Here at Tdot Jerk - Toronto you'll experience delicious Jamaican cuisine

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67. Try our mouth-watering curry, Jerk and fish dishes, carefully prepared with fresh ingredients! At Tdot Jerk, our recipe for success is simple – Great food & care makes customers return every time.

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68. He Jerked away when I tried to pat him on the shoulder

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69. The dog Jerked away from the beehive after being stung on the nose

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70. Jerk - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums

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71.Jerk” is the 11th track on Oliver Tree’s debut album Ugly Is Beautiful

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72. Tree explains how this song is about how when you meet Jerks, you never really want to see them again, however, he

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73. Jerk (ジャーク, Jāku) is a Forge Disc released by Takara Tomy and Hasbro as part of the Burst System as well as the Dual Layer System

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JERK [jərk]

NOUN
jerk (noun) · jerks (plural noun)

  • a quick, sharp, sudden movement.
  • a spasmodic muscular twitch.
Synonyms: yank . tug . pull . wrench . snatch . heave . drag . tweak . twitch . jolt . lurch . bump . start . jar . jog . bang . bounce . shake . shock . jounce .
  • a contemptibly obnoxious person.
Synonyms: fool . idiot . halfwit . nincompoop . blockhead . buffoon . dunce . dolt . ignoramus . cretin . imbecile . dullard . moron . simpleton . clod . tomfool . noddy . loggerhead . spoony . mooncalf .

VERB
jerk (verb) · jerks (third person present) · jerked (past tense) · jerked (past participle) · jerking (present participle)

  • move or cause to move with a jerk.
  • raise (a weight) from shoulder level to above the head.
Synonyms: yank . tug . pull . wrench . wrest . heave . haul . drag . tweak . twitch . pluck . snatch . seize . rip . tear . whisk . jolt . lurch . bump . jog . bang . rattle . bounce . shake . jounce . ease . glide . yank . tug . pull . wrench . wrest . heave . haul . drag . tweak . twitch . pluck . snatch . seize . rip . tear . whisk . ease .

NOUN
jerk (noun)

VERB
jerk (verb) · jerks (third person present) · jerked (past tense) · jerked (past participle) · jerking (present participle)

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