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startle
'stɑːrtəl
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. A sudden involuntary movement.
(动) As a verb
  1. To stimulate to action.
  2. Move or jump suddenly, as if in surprise or alarm.
Hyphenationstar•tle
Part of Speech(动) verb
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惊愕jīng'èto stun; to shock and amaze; stupefied; astonishment
惊恐jīngkǒngto be alarmed; to be frightened
吃惊chījīngto be startled; to be shocked; to be amazed
惊起jīngqǐto start in surprise; to give a jolt of surprise
jiǒngto startle; to amaze; to astound
huòto startle; to surprise; to amaze; to look at in surprise
quèto startle; to amaze; to surprise, afraid; scared; fearful, respectful; reverent
èbeat a drum; startle
hàito astonish; to startle; to hack (computing, loanword)
è(same as ) to beat a drum; to startle, to argue; to debate; to dispute, (interchangeable ) to be surprised; to be amazed; to marvel, (interchangeable ) the blade or edge of a sword, beams of a house
惊动jīngdòngto alarm; to startle; to disturb
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