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  *震* | 震* | *震
to shake / to vibrate / to jolt / to quake / excited / shocked / one of the Eight Trigrams 八卦, symbolizing thunder /
to shake / to shock / to stun / shocking / stunning / shock
HSK 6
to shock / to astonish
HSK 6
to shake / to vibrate / to strongly affect / shock / vibration
to shake up / to jolt / to vibrate / to oscillate / to fluctuate
to vibrate / to shake / to shudder
to awe / to intimidate
to tremble / to quiver
ancient Indian name for China
earthquake epicenter
epicenter (of earthquake) / hypocenter
tremors (from an earthquake)
ear-splitting (idiom); deafening
to be furious
degree of earthquake (on magnitude scale)
focal mechanism of earthquake
tremolo
shaking the old and illuminating the new (idiom); surpassing the ancients and dazzling contemporaries / glorious and world-shattering
to shock the whole world
force of seismic wave
earthquake damage
ear-splitting
circumstances of an earthquake
palsy / trembling paralysis / used for Parkinson's disease 帕金森病
to shake heaven and earth (idiom)
perception of tremor
to deafen
trembling sound / vibration
to astonish / to horrify
(literary) to tremble with fear / to shock
love egg (sex toy)
shocking / stunning / sensational
to terrify
trembling / to shiver with fear
an earth-shaking noise (idiom)
to knock out (of a jolt from an earthquake or crash)
(bird species of China) reed parrotbill (Paradoxornis heudei)
seismic wave
tremorine (drug inducing shivering)
earthquake area
seismogram
stun grenade
earthquake epicenter (Tw)
Sinian (c. 800-542 million years ago), late phase of pre-Cambrian geological era


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