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shocked
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(形) As an adjective
  1. Struck with fear, dread, or consternation.
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大吃一惊dàchī yī jīngto have a surprise (idiom); shocked or startled; gobsmacked
令人吃惊lìngrén chījīngto shock; to amaze
休克xiūkèshock (loanword); to go into shock
震惊zhènjīngto shock; to astonish
震悚zhènsǒng(literary) to tremble with fear; to shock
侧目cèmùto raise eyebrows; to cast sidelong glances (expressing fear or indignation); shocked; surprised
distressed; alarmed; shocked; grieved
震撼zhènhànto shake; to shock; to stun; shocking; stunning; shock
zhènto shake; to vibrate; to jolt; to quake; excited; shocked; one of the Eight Trigrams 八卦, symbolizing thunder; ☳
震动zhèndòngto shake; to vibrate; to strongly affect; shock; vibration
冲击chōngjī, chōngjí (Tw)to attack; to batter; (of waves) to pound against; shock; impact
打击dǎjī, dǎjí (Tw)to hit; to strike; to attack; to crack down on something; blow; (psychological) shock; percussion (music)
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