Definitions for "Shock wave"
a single conical wave front formed when the speed of the sound source exceeds the speed of the wave
Propagation of a shock front, a narrow region in a fluid over which its thermodynamic state changes markedly. The thickness of the front is of order a few mean free paths in the medium ahead of the wave. Bradley, J. N., 1962: Shock Waves in Chemistry and Physics, 1–2.
A compressional wave of high amplitude caused by a shock to the medium through which the wave travels
Keywords:  implode, rushing, wake, push, rapidly
A rapidly rushing shell of gas that tends to push aside and sometimes implode matter in its wake.
Keywords:  blast, expanding, mass, edge, leading
The leading edge of an expanding air mass. see also: Air Blast