Basketball term/ verb meaning someone is being skilled up/ crossed/ left or "given a dance" in game.
1) Jordan is on the ball...
Team-mate: "Shake him Jordan!"
Jordan crosses the defender, leaving him stumbling and scores his lay-up.

2) The defender was crosses twice and fell for the fake. He surely was shaken by the point guard.
by LT_Pro November 26, 2013
To masturbate, by not actually consciously or physically moving your hand. To be done preferably during an earthquake. It can also be known as the quake hand.

(Though this may be a rare occurrence in some parts of the world, it is the rarity that makes the situation even more romantic when the time eventually comes (pun).

Follow these steps to success:

Step 1 - Hold or press genitalia tightly in hand (Not too tight).

Step 2 - Wait for earthquake (bring on the wait).

Step 3 - Let the quake do the shake.
Example:

John: Whoa dude, are you doing the shaken quake?

Bill: No, I have Parkinson.
by jaughter June 24, 2010
Being financially extorted
Tommy was shaken down by the local mob
by LittleBollocks July 1, 2018
Not to be confused with how Pierce Brosnan's famous character prefers his martinis, this phrase refers to the status of a guy's totally limp lulu after an extended interval of either drinking or intercourse; it remains droopy/lifeless and therefore does not "stir" (i.e., become aroused) at all, no matter what the activity (i.e., being fondled or "shaken" to try to get it up) or surroundings (i.e., having one or more attractive nymphos nearby who are eager for sex).
Hot sex-hungry chick: My boyfriend and I "did it" for two hours straight till I finally wore him out, and then his ordinarily-perpetually-boned schlong remained shaken but not stirred no matter what I did. We hadda wait till late the next morning before he was able to get it up again.
by QuacksO July 29, 2017
Phrase used to diffrentiate between the act of shaking of the schlong (after urination) as compared to the act of masturbation. The phrase is best illustrated in the military when a drill sergeant barks at a recruit (who is urinating), "more than than three shakes is pleasure and that's not what you're here for.' The original phrase "shaken not stirred" has an obvious root in the James Bond movies, but also serves a different context. In this sense it is often used in contempt.
We were in a hurry, but Frank had to piss first. Damn, but he took forever in the mens room. Mike was getting pissed off and joked that maybe he was beating off. I finally stuck my head in the door and yelled, "LET'S GO! SHAKEN, NOT STIRRED!"
by Frank Klaune May 2, 2005
Sports term for any kind of injury that has you lying on the playing surface for an extended amount of time, and the announcers aren't quite sure of the exact cause yet. You can be shaken up after a concussion (after which you "shake out the cobwebs"), whiplash, a broken bone, a torn ligament, a deep contusion, a hit to the groin, or even simply "getting the wind knocked out of you." Until the cause and/or severity of the injury is known, the announcers will just say that you're "a little shaken up on the play".
"And John, it looks like Steve Young is a little shaken up after the play..." "Yeah Pat, that linebacker hit him and it was like BOOM! Tough Actin' Tinactin!"

"Oh, and Lindros appears to be shaken up after that hard hit by Stevens..."
by Ahmad Escobedo July 11, 2009
slang for whether a girl is shaved or unshaved below the border (the ref comes from james bond)
by lauren September 1, 2003