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to shock / to astonish
HSK 6
amazed / astonished / to surprise / amazing / astonishment / awe
HSK 6
to be amazed / to be surprised / to wonder
HSK 6
to alarm / to startle / to disturb
HSK 6
stunning / breathtaking
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  *惊* | 惊* | *惊
to startle / to be frightened / to be scared / alarm
nice surprise / to be pleasantly surprised
astonishing
in a panicked state / frightened
horror (movie) / thriller
thrilling / a thriller
Jingzhe or Insects Wake, 3rd of the 24 solar terms 二十四節氣|二十四节气 6th-20th March
to exclaim in admiration / a gasp of surprise
graceful (esp. of female posture) / lithe
to appear unexpectedly
stupefied / stunned
shaking one to the core / extremely disturbing / hair-raising (idiom)
to be startled / to be shocked / to be amazed
to have a surprise (idiom); shocked or startled / gobsmacked
unexpected / staggering (news) etc)
to slap the table in amazement (idiom); wonderful! / amazing!
amazed
staggering / shocking / frightened
to be alarmed / to be frightened
to rouse / to be woken by sth / to wake with a start / to sleep lightly
to cry out in alarm or surprise
to frighten / to horrify / to terrify
fearful / apprehensive
to awaken from a dream
overwhelmed by favor from superior (humble expr.)
to be shocked / to be appalled / to be terrified
to panic / to be alarmed
perilous situation
world-shaking (idiom)
to realize suddenly / to wake up with a start
earth-shattering / breakthrough / remarkable and original work
sudden clap of thunder / fig. surprising turn of events
raging waves / stormy waves
panic-stricken
to feel apprehensive / to be alarmed
to faint from fear / (medicine) convulsions
to quake in fear
lit. shocks the eye, astonishes the heart (idiom); shocking / horrible to see / a ghastly sight
universally shocking / to offend the whole of society
to amaze the world with a single brilliant feat (idiom); an overnight celebrity
Slapping the Table in Amazement (Part I), first of two books of vernacular stories by Ming dynasty novelist Ling Mengchu 凌濛初|凌蒙初
to stun / to shock and amaze / stupefied / astonishment
alarmed / frightened
to lose one's head out of fear (idiom)
exclamation mark ! (punct.)
with great alarm
stunned and anxious
to exclaim in astonishment
to cry out in fear
infantile convulsion (illness affecting children esp. under the age of five, marked by muscular spasms)
startled
false alarm / panic rumor / CL: 場|场
to be surprised / to be amazed / to be stunned
startled horse
to turn pale with fright (idiom)
to make a fuss about nothing (idiom)
to be more scared than hurt (idiom) / to get through a daunting experience without mishap
to tremble with fear (idiom) / scared witless
to surprise
to be alarmed / to be terrified
lit. a bird startled by the mere twang of a bow (idiom) / fig. sb who frightens easily, due to past experiences
to alarm / to agitate
to shock / to amaze
lit. heart alarmed, trembling in fear (idiom); prostrate with fear / scared witless
bewildered
lit. heart alarmed, body leaping (idiom); fear and trepidation in the face of disaster
techno-thriller (novel) / science fiction thriller
astonishing
lit. beat the grass to scare the snake (idiom) / fig. to inadvertently alert an enemy / to punish sb as a warning to others
to marvel
to shy (away) / to give a start
to scare a bird into flight
to start in surprise / to give a jolt of surprise
to have just recovered from a shock
frightened / flustered
shaking in fear / one's heart palpitating with fear
to remain calm in the face of events (idiom)
to shock the whole world
night terror / sleep terror
runaway carriage (caused by the harnessed animal bolting in fright)
to stampede
horror (genre) / to tremble in fear
pleasantly surprised like mad (idiom); capering madly with joy / to express boundless pleasure
Slapping the Table in Amazement (Part II), second of two books of vernacular stories by Ming dynasty novelist Ling Mengchu 凌濛初|凌蒙初
to astonish people (with a miraculous feat)
to marvel at
to go off like a rocket / to rocket
to come to oneself with a start / to realize at a jolt
surprised and admiring / to appreciate with surprise
to be shocked to learn
panic-stricken

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