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Main Entry: 1rat·tle
Pronunciation: 'ra-t&l
Function: verb
Inflected Form(s): rat·tled; rat·tling /'rat-li[ng], 'ra-t&l-i[ng]/
1 : to make a rapid succession of short sharp noises <the windows rattled in the wind>
2 : to chatter incessantly and aimlessly
3 : to move with a clatter or rattle; also : to be or move about in a place or station too large or grand <rattled around the big old house>
transitive senses
4 : to upset to the point of loss of poise and calm
synonym see EMBARRASS

Which of the definitions for rattle is used in the sentence below?

Jeremy was rattled after the close call with the car while riding his bike.