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surprise
sər'praɪz
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. The act of surprising someone.
  2. A sudden unexpected event.
  3. The astonishment you feel when something totally unexpected happens to you.
(动) As a verb
  1. Cause to be surprised.
  2. Attack by storm; attack suddenly.
  3. Come upon or take unawares.
Hyphenationsur•prise
Part of Speech(及物的动) transitive verb, (名) noun
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惊奇jīngqíto be amazed; to be surprised; to wonder
吃惊chījīngto be startled; to be shocked; to be amazed
偷袭tōuxíto mount a sneak attack; to raid
奇袭qíxísurprise attack; raid
惊怖jīngbùto surprise
to surprise; to amaze, afraid; scared; fearful; terrified, grieved; distressed; grieved; distressed
yǎncover up; to surprise
huòto startle; to surprise; to amaze; to look at in surprise
sleepy; drowsy, to startle; to surprise; to amaze
quèto startle; to amaze; to surprise, afraid; scared; fearful, respectful; reverent
yǎnto cover up; to close; to surprise
惊讶jīngyàamazed; astonished; to surprise; amazing; astonishment; awe
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