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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
to shock / to astonish
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
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
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
stun grenade
earthquake epicenter (Tw)
Sinian (c. 800-542 million years ago), late phase of pre-Cambrian geological era

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