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shock [ ʃɔk] n.冲击;震惊 vi.震动

shock [ʃɔk] n.&vt.打击,震动,使震惊

Motorcycle Shock Absorber 摩托车减震器

Shock Absorber 减震器

冲击波 shock wave; blast wave

thermo-shock test

避震器前后活塞杆 Piston Rod of Front and Rear Shock Absorber

避震器 Shock Absorber

The ear tends to be lazy, craves the familiar and is shocked by the unexpected; the eye, on the other hand, tends to be impatient, craves the novel and is bored by repetition.

He was shocked when he knew he was infected with the HIV virus.

You look as if you'd seen a spirit. (The person has probably not seen a spirit, but just looks shocked.)

With isolation, you try to avoid the effects of culture shock, or at least that’s what you think.

I don’t wonder at your shock!

Thus, for instance, it may come as a shock to mathematicians to learn that the Schrodinger equation for the hydrogen atom is not a literally correct description of this atom, but only an approximation to a somewhat more correct equation taking account of spin, magnetic dipole, and relatiristic effects, and that this corrected equation is itself only an imperfect approximation to an infinite set of quantum field theoretical equations.

His death was a great shock to us all.

The violence and bad language in the program shocked many of the viewers.

Anyone touching that wire could get badly shocked.

He is shocked.他受到了打击。

She cried with shock.她因受惊吓而喊叫。

I'm still in shock. 我还在兴奋.

The machines must be well protected against dampness, moisture, rust and shock.

不象话的 shocking; outrageous; unreasonable

不正当的 wrong; unfair; wrongful; shocking

不像话 [bù xiàng huà] /unreasonable/shocking/outrageous/

吃惊 [chī jīng] /to be startled/to be shocked/to be amazed/

触电 [chù diàn] /to get an electric shock/

怛 [dá] /distressed/alarmed/shocked/grieved/

震 [zhèn] /shake/shock/sign in trigram/

震动 [zhèn dòng] /shake/shock/

震惊 [zhèn jīng] /to shock/to astonish/

This near-tripling of oil prices calls up scary memories of the 1973 oil shock, when prices quadrupled, and 1979-1980, when they also almost tripled.
Both previous shocks resulted in double-digit inflation and global economic decline.
So where are the headlines warning of gloom and doom this time?

I've attended research conferences where a scientist has been asked what he thinks about the advisability of continuing a certain experiment.
The scientist has frowned, looked at the graphs, and said "the data are still inconclusive."
"We know that," the men from the budget office have said, "but what do you think? Is it worthwhile going on? What do you think we might expect?"
The scientist has been shocked at having even been asked to speculate.

{adj: aghast, appalled, dismayed, shocked} struck with fear, dread, or consternation

{adj: amazed, astonied, astonished, astounded, stunned} filled with the emotional impact of overwhelming surprise or shock
"an amazed audience gave the magician a standing ovation"
"I stood enthralled, astonished by the vastness and majesty of the cathedral"
"astounded viewers wept at the pictures from the Oklahoma City bombing"
"stood in stunned silence"
"stunned scientists found not one but at least three viruses"

{adj: anaphylactic} related to the hypersensitivity known as anaphylaxis
"anaphylactic shock"

{adj: ashen, blanched, bloodless, livid, white} anemic looking from illness or emotion
"a face turned ashen"
"the invalid's blanched cheeks"
"tried to speak with bloodless lips"
"a face livid with shock"
"lips...livid with the hue of death"- Mary W. Shelley
"lips white with terror"
"a face white with rage"

{adj: awful, dire, direful, dread, dreaded, dreadful, fearful, fearsome, frightening, horrendous, horrific, terrible} causing fear or dread or terror
"the awful war"
"an awful risk"
"dire news"
"a career or vengeance so direful that London was shocked"
"the dread presence of the headmaster"
"polio is no longer the dreaded disease it once was"
"a dreadful storm"
"a fearful howling"
"horrendous explosions shook the city"
"a terrible curse"

{adj: bad, big} very intense
"a bad headache"
"in a big rage"
"had a big (or bad) shock"
"a bad earthquake"
"a bad storm"

{adj: bare, mere, simple} apart from anything else; without additions or modifications
"only the bare facts"
"shocked by the mere idea"
"the simple passage of time was enough"
"the simple truth"

{adj: careworn, drawn, haggard, raddled, worn} showing the wearing effects of overwork or care or suffering
"looking careworn as she bent over her mending"
"her face was drawn and haggard from sleeplessness"
"that raddled but still noble face"
"shocked to see the worn look of his handsome young face"- Charles Dickens

{adj: civilized, civilised} having a high state of culture and development both social and technological
"terrorist acts that shocked the civilized world"
<-> noncivilized

{adj: cold} unconscious from a blow or shock or intoxication
"the boxer was out cold"
"pass out cold"

{adj: dazed, stunned, stupefied, stupid} in a state of mental numbness especially as resulting from shock
"he had a dazed expression on his face"
"lay semiconscious, stunned (or stupefied) by the blow"
"was stupid from fatigue"

{adj: disgraceful, scandalous, shameful, shocking} giving offense to moral sensibilities and injurious to reputation
"scandalous behavior"
"the wicked rascally shameful conduct of the bankrupt"- Thackeray
"the most shocking book of its time"

{adj: frightened, scared} made afraid
"the frightened child cowered in the corner"
"too shocked and scared to move"

{adj: highly sensitive} readily affected by various agents
"a highly sensitive explosive is easily exploded by a shock"
"a sensitive colloid is readily coagulated"

{adj: jolted, shaken} disturbed psychologically as if by a physical jolt or shock
"retrieved his named from her jolted memory"
"the accident left her badly shaken"

{adj: live} exerting force or containing energy
"live coals"
"tossed a live cigarette out the window"
"got a shock from a live wire"
"live ore is unmined ore"
"a live bomb"
"a live ball is one in play"
<-> dead

{adj: lurid, shocking} glaringly vivid and graphic; marked by sensationalism
"lurid details of the accident"

{adj: nasty, awful} offensive or even (of persons) malicious
"in a nasty mood"
"a nasty accident"
"a nasty shock"
"a nasty smell"
"a nasty trick to pull"
"Will he say nasty things at my funeral?"- Ezra Pound
<-> nice

{adj: profound} of the greatest intensity; complete
"a profound silence"
"a state of profound shock"

{adj: shock-absorbent} having the capacity to absorb the energy of an impact
"the material absorbs shock and is used for shock-absorbent insoles"

{adj: shock-headed} having a shock (or untidy mass) of hair
"shock-headed teenagers"

{adj: shockable, narrow-minded} capable of being shocked
<-> unshockable

{adj: speechless, dumb} unable to speak temporarily
"struck dumb"
"speechless with shock"

{adj: startling} so remarkably different or sudden as to cause momentary shock or alarm
"Sydney's startling new Opera House"
"startling news"
"startling earthquake shocks"

{adj: stunning} causing or capable of causing bewilderment or shock or insensibility
"laid the poor fellow senseless with one stunning blow"
"a stunning detonation with volumes of black smoke"

{adj: stupefying} shocking with surprise and consternation
"the stupefying impact of the tragedy"

{adj: thrilling} causing quivering or shivering as by cold or fear or electric shock
"a thrilling wind blew off the frozen lake"

{adj: transformed} given a completely different form or appearance
"shocked to see the transformed landscape"

{adj: unprepared} without preparation; not prepared for
"unprepared remarks"
"the shock was unprepared"
"our treaty makers approached their immensely difficult problems unprepared"- R.E.Danielson
<-> prepared

{adj: unshockable, broad-minded} incapable of being shocked
"he was warmhearted, sensible and unshockable"
<-> shockable

{adj: vital, life-sustaining} performing an essential function in the living body
"vital organs"
"blood and other vital fluids"
"the loss of vital heat in shock"
"a vital spot"
"life-giving love and praise"

{adv: shockingly} in a shocking manner or to a shocking degree
"teachers were shockingly underpaid"

{n: aftershock} a tremor (or one of a series of tremors) occurring after the main shock of an earthquake

{n: air cushion, air spring} a mechanical device using confined air to absorb the shock of motion

{n: anaphylactic shock} a severe and rapid and sometimes fatal hypersensitivity reaction to a substance (especially a vaccine or penicillin or shellfish or insect venom) to which the organism has become sensitized by previous exposure

{n: asphyxia} a condition in which insufficient or no oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged on a ventilatory basis; caused by choking or drowning or electric shock or poison gas

{n: battle fatigue, combat fatigue, combat neurosis, shell shock} a mental disorder caused by stress of active warfare

{n: blip} a sudden minor shock or meaningless interruption
"the market had one bad blip today"
"you can't react to the day-to-day blips"
"renewed jitters in the wake of a blip in retail sales"

{n: bombshell, thunderbolt, thunderclap} a shocking surprise
"news of the attack came like a bombshell"

{n: bouncing putty} a soft elastic silicone polymer that increases in elasticity with the application of force; used in the center of golf balls and as shock-absorbent padding

{n: broad-mindedness} an inclination to tolerate or overlook opposing or shocking opinions or behavior
<-> narrow-mindedness

{n: buffer, fender} a cushion-like device that reduces shock due to contact

{n: bumper} a mechanical device consisting of bars at either end of a vehicle to absorb shock and prevent serious damage

{n: cardiogenic shock} shock caused by cardiac arrest

{n: commando, ranger} a member of a military unit trained as shock troops for hit-and-run raids

{n: culture shock} a condition of disorientation affecting someone who is suddenly exposed to an unfamiliar culture or way of life or set of attitudes

{n: daze, shock, stupor} the feeling of distress and disbelief that you have when something bad happens accidentally
"his mother's death left him in a daze"
"he was numb with shock"

{n: death, decease, expiry} the event of dying or departure from life
"her death came as a terrible shock"
"upon your decease the capital will pass to your grandchildren"

{n: defibrillation} treatment by stopping fibrillation of heart muscles (usually by electric shock delivered by a defibrillator)

{n: defibrillator} an electronic device that administers an electric shock of preset voltage to the heart through the chest wall in an attempt to restore the normal rhythm of the heart during ventricular fibrillation

{n: distributive shock} shock caused by poor distribution of the blood flow

{n: dopamine, Dopastat, Intropin} a monoamine neurotransmitter found in the brain and essential for the normal functioning of the central nervous system; as a drug (trade names Dopastat and Intropin) it is used to treat shock and hypotension

{n: effeminacy, effeminateness, sissiness, softness, womanishness, unmanliness} the trait of being effeminate (derogatory of a man)
"the students associated science with masculinity and arts with effeminacy"
"he was shocked by the softness of the atmosphere surrounding the young prince, arising from the superfluity of the femininity that guided him"

{n: electric shock, electrical shock, shock} a reflex response to the passage of electric current through the body
"subjects received a small electric shock when they made the wrong response"
"electricians get accustomed to occasional shocks"

{n: electric shock} the use of electricity to administer punishment or torture
"they used cattle prods to administer electric shocks"

{n: electric shock} trauma caused by the passage of electric current through the body (as from contact with high voltage lines or being struck by lightning); usually involves burns and abnormal heart rhythm and unconsciousness

{n: electrocution} killing by electric shock

{n: exposure} presentation to view in an open or public manner
"the exposure of his anger was shocking"

{n: hypersensitivity reaction} an inappropriate and excessive reaction to an allergen (as pollen or dust or animal hair or certain foods); severity ranges from mild allergy to severe systemic reactions leading to anaphylactic shock

{n: hypovolemic shock} shock caused by severe blood or fluid loss

{n: insulin shock, insulin reaction} hypoglycemia produced by excessive insulin in the system causing coma

{n: insulin shock, insulin shock therapy, insulin shock treatment} the administration of sufficient insulin to induce convulsions and coma

{n: loss} the act of losing
"everyone expected him to win so his loss was a shock"

{n: manganese steel, austenitic manganese steel} a steel with a relatively large component (10-14%) of manganese; highly resistant to wear and shock

{n: metrazol shock, metrazol shock therapy, metrazol shock treatment} the administration of sufficient Metrazol to induce convulsions and coma

{n: narrow-mindedness, narrowness} an inclination to criticize opposing opinions or shocking behavior
<-> broad-mindedness

{n: obstructive shock} shock caused by obstruction of blood flow

{n: pentylenetetrazol, pentamethylenetetrazol, Metrazol} a drug used as a circulatory and respiratory stimulant; larger doses cause convulsions in shock therapy; Metrazol is a trademark

{n: punks} a youth subculture closely associated with punk rock music in the late 1970s; in part a reaction to the hippy subculture; dress was optional but intended to shock (plastic garbage bags or old school uniforms) and hair was dyed in bright colors (in Mohican haircuts or sometimes spiked in bright plumes)

{n: scandalization, scandalisation} the condition of being shocked (as by improper behavior)

{n: seismography} the measurement of tremors and shocks and undulatory movements of earthquakes

{n: shock absorber, shock, cushion} a mechanical damper; absorbs energy of sudden impulses
"the old car needed a new set of shocks"

{n: shock therapy, shock treatment} treatment of certain psychotic states by the administration of shocks that are followed by convulsions

{n: shock troops} soldiers who are specially trained and armed to lead an assault

{n: shock wave, blast wave} a region of high pressure travelling through a gas at a high velocity
"the explosion created a shock wave"

{n: shock, blow} an unpleasant or disappointing surprise
"it came as a shock to learn that he was injured"

{n: shock, impact} the violent interaction of individuals or groups entering into combat
"the armies met in the shock of battle"

{n: shock, seismic disturbance} an instance of agitation of the earth's crust
"the first shock of the earthquake came shortly after noon while workers were at lunch"

{n: shock} (pathology) bodily collapse or near collapse caused by inadequate oxygen delivery to the cells; characterized by reduced cardiac output and rapid heartbeat and circulatory insufficiency and pallor
"loss of blood is an important cause of shock"

{n: shock} a bushy thick mass (especially hair)
"he had an unruly shock of black hair"

{n: shock} a pile of sheaves of grain set on end in a field to dry; stalks of Indian corn set up in a field
"corn is bound in small sheaves and several sheaves are set up together in shocks"
"whole fields of wheat in shock"

{n: silence} the state of being silent (as when no one is speaking)
"there was a shocked silence"
"he gestured for silence"

{n: sonic boom} an explosive sound caused by the shock wave of an airplane traveling faster than the speed of sound
"a sonic boom follows an aircraft as a wake follows a ship"

{n: squeamishness} the trait of being excessively fastidious and easily shocked
"the program was withdrawn because of the squeamishness of some viewers"
"he refused to allow squeamishness to deter him from his duty"

{n: stun gun, stun baton} a weapon designed to disable a victim temporarily by delivering a nonlethal high-voltage electric shock

{n: suspension, suspension system} a mechanical system of springs or shock absorbers connecting the wheels and axles to the chassis of a wheeled vehicle

{n: toxic shock, toxic shock syndrome, TSS} syndrome resulting from a serious acute (sometimes fatal) infection associated with the presence of staphylococcus; characterized by fever and diarrhea and nausea and diffuse erythema and shock; occurs especially in menstruating women using highly absorbent tampons

{n: transfusion reaction} reaction of the body to a transfusion of blood that is not compatible with its own blood; an adverse reaction can range from fever and hives to renal failure and shock and death

{n: trauma, psychic trauma} an emotional wound or shock often having long-lasting effects

{v: bring up} cause to come to a sudden stop
"The noise brought her up in shock"

{v: come} come to pass ; arrive, as in due course
"The first success came three days later"
"It came as a shock"
"Dawn comes early in June"

{v: dampen, damp, soften, weaken, break} lessen in force or effect
"soften a shock"
"break a fall"

{v: defibrillate} stop the fibrillation and restore normal contractions, usually by means of electric shocks
"The patient's heart had to be defibrillated to save his life"

{v: electrocute} kill by electric shock
"She dropped the hair dryer into the bathtub and was instantly electrocuted"

{v: galvanize, galvanise} stimulate (muscles) by administering a shock

{v: jar, shake up, bump around} shock physically
"Georgia was shaken up in the Tech game"

{v: numb, benumb, blunt, dull} make numb or insensitive
"The shock numbed her senses"

{v: recuperate, recover, convalesce} get over an illness or shock
"The patient is recuperating"
<-> deteriorate

{v: reverberate} be reflected as heat, sound, or light or shock waves
"the waves reverberate as far away as the end of the building"

{v: shock, offend, scandalize, scandalise, appal, appall, outrage} strike with disgust or revulsion
"The scandalous behavior of this married woman shocked her friends"

{v: shock, stun, floor, ball over, blow out of the water, take aback} surprise greatly ; knock someone's socks off
"I was floored when I heard that I was promoted"

{v: shock} collect or gather into shocks
"shock grain"

{v: shock} collide violently

{v: shock} strike with horror or terror
"The news of the bombing shocked her"

{v: shock} subject to electrical shocks

{v: stagger} astound or overwhelm, as with shock
"She was staggered with bills after she tried to rebuild her house following the earthquake"

{v: strike dumb} render speechless, as by surprising or shocking
"we were dumbstruck by the candidate's announcement"

{v: suffer, sustain, have, get} undergo (as of injuries and illnesses)
"She suffered a fracture in the accident"
"He had an insulin shock after eating three candy bars"
"She got a bruise on her leg"
"He got his arm broken in the scuffle"

{v: traumatize, traumatise, shock} inflict a trauma upon

{v: zap} strike suddenly and with force
"This show zaps the viewers with some shocking scenes"

By day four my kidney remained in shock.

I told her we wanted some information about her so as to find out whether she met the requirements for city-subsidized public housing.
My first question put to her was,
Her straight answer shocked me, I could hardly believe my ears.
" I was selling my body on the streets. "
"我在街头出卖身体。 "
I rephrased my question:
She uttered without hesitation: " A prostitute. "
她毫不犹豫说: "妓女。 "

On a recent visit there, Baker was shocked to find himself assigned to a desk equipped with a pen-and-pencil holder.

Industry experts were so shocked that the nation's second( American) and third( Delta) largest carriers might even consider creating such a monster that they suggested the talks were a ploy against the Federal Government.

And the director, Neil LaBute, pays attention to them, in a way that he was not when he directed his own screenplays - In the Company of Men and Your Friends and Neighbors - which were so claustrophobic, so tense with the desire to hurt and shock.

Surely it's not asking too much to expect cars of the future to incorporate a palpable electric shock that reminds front-seat passengers to keep their stupid feet off the dashboard?

The new models, however, are made from lightweight metals, sport faster and more shock-absorbent wheels, are narrow enough to thread through congested sidewalks and have collapsible steering columns.

As usual he's smiling, shaking hands and shocking new employees with his distinctive laugh, a rapid honk that sounds like a flock of geese.

There are no shock cuts to the monster.

The biggest Blair Witch shock has been felt by the movie's directors.

Sun CEO Scott McNealy probably shocked a few Detroit executives at a press event when he said he " often refers to the automobile as nothing more than a Java browser with tires. "
在一次新闻发布会上, Sun 公司首席执行官斯科特·麦克尼利称自己经常把汽车说成是一种带轮胎的 Java 浏览器。这让十多位来自底特律的汽车公司主管人员大吃一惊。

If that is not enough of a shock for phone companies, industry pundits are even predicting that voice may even cease to exist as a service, gradually being subsumed into other services like videoconferencing or included for free.

Weighing in at 137 g, this savvy " GPS-Shock " is lighter and smaller than other handheld GPS units.
该种灵巧的 GPS-Shock 表重 137克,比其它手持 GPS 装置更轻更校

Initially the Vinaver theory that Malory's eight romances, once thought to be fundamentally unified, were in fact eight independent works produced both a sense of relief and an unpleasant shock.

Thus, for instance, it may come as a shock to mathematicians to learn that the Schrodinger equation for the hydrogen atom is not a literally correct description of this atom, but only an approximation to a somewhat more correct equation taking account of spin, magnetic dipole, and relativistic effects; and that this corrected equation is itself only an imperfect approximation to an infinite set of quantum field-theoretical equations.

In addition, it is likely that small live animals in the advected water might be killed or stunned by thermal and/or chemical shock, thereby contributing to the food supply of vents.

"The reported act of sacrilege has shocked the people of every faith all over the world," he said. "The National Assembly condemns [this act] and demands USA to bring to justice the perpetrators who committed this shameful act."

The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said anyone who was not aware of the exemptions had not been paying attention. He said it was a "red herring" to try now and claim that this was some shocking new revelation.

A U.S Army investigation into abuses of Iraqi inmates at Abu Ghraib prison is expected to place blame on low-level soldiers, while generally clearing senior commanders of involvement. Seven U.S. soldiers are already facing charges of abuse in connection with a scandal that shocked the world.

shocking pink 鲜粉红色

Shock absorber 避震器

防水、防震、防磁 waterproof, shock-resistant and antimagnetic

Shock absorbers of vehicles of 87.01, 87.02, 87,04, 87.05

Downhole shock absorbers

Truck shock absorbers

Automobile shock absorbers

Shock absorber

Aircraft shock mounts

Shock testing apparatus

Anti shock garments

Other septicaemia
Excludes: bacteraemia NOS (A49.9)
during labour (O75.3)
.abortion or ectopic or molar pregnancy (O03-O07,O08.0)
.immunization (T88.0)
.infusion, transfusion or therapeutic injection (T80.2)
septicaemia (due to)(in):
.actinomycotic (A42.7)
.anthrax (A22.7)
.candidal (B37.7)
.Erysipelothrix (A26.7)
.extraintestinal yersiniosis (A28.2)
.gonococcal (A54.8)
.herpesviral (B00.7)
.listerial (A32.7)
.meningococcal (A39.2-A39.4)
.neonatal (P36.-)
.postprocedural (T81.4)
.puerperal (O85)
.streptococcal (A40.-)
.tularaemia (A21.7)
.melioidosis (A24.1)
.plague (A20.7)
toxic shock syndrome (A48.3)
不包含 : 其他未明示的菌血症 ( A49.9 )
分娩时 ( O75.3 )
下列事件後的链球菌败血症 :
. 流产或异位的或胎块妊娠 ( O03-O07 , O08.0 )
. 疫苗接种 ( T88.0 )
. 输液、输血或治疗性注射 ( T80.2 )
败血症 ( 肇因於 ) :
. 放射菌的 ( A42.7 )
. 炭疽病 ( A22.7 )
. 念珠菌性 ( B37.7 )
. 丹毒丝菌病 ( Erysipelothrix ) ( A26.7 )
. 肠道外耶希尼菌病 ( yersiniosis ) ( A28.2 )
. 淋球菌的 ( A54.8 )
. 疹病毒的 ( B00.7 )
. 李士德菌的 ( A32.7 )
. 脑膜炎球菌的 ( A39.2-A39.4 )
. 新生儿的 ( P36.- )
. 医疗处置後的 ( T81.4 )
. 产後的 ( O85 )
. 链球菌的 ( A40.- )
. 土拉伦斯菌病 ( A21.7 )
败血症的 :
. 类鼻疽病 ( A24.1 )
. 鼠疫 ( A20.7 )
毒性休克徵候群 ( A48.3 )

Septicaemia, unspecified
Septic shock

Toxic shock syndrome
Excludes: endotoxic shock NOS (R57.8)
septicaemia NOS (A41.9)
不包含 : 其他未明示的内毒素性休克 ( R57.8 )
其他未明示的败血症 ( A41.9 )

Volume depletion
Depletion of volume of plasma or extracellular fluid
Excludes: dehydration of newborn (P74.1)
hypovolaemic shock:
. NOS (R57.1)
. postoperative (T81.1)
. traumatic (T79.4)
不包含 : 新生儿脱水 (P74.1)
低血容量性休克 :
. 其他未明示 (R57.1)
. 术後 (T81.1)
. 外伤性 (T79.4)

Acute stress reaction
A transient disorder that develops in an individual without any other apparent mental
disorder in response to exceptional physical and mental stress and that usually subsides
within hours or days. Individual vulnerability and coping capacity play a role in the
occurrence and severity of acute stress reactions. The symptoms show a typically mixed and
changing picture and include an initial state of "daze" with some constriction
of the field of consciousness and narrowing of attention, inability to comprehend stimuli,
and disorientation. This state may be followed either by further withdrawal from the
surrounding situation (to the extent of a dissociative stupor-F44.2), or by agitation
and over-activity (flight reaction or fugue). Autonomic signs of panic anxiety
(tachycardia, sweating, flushing) are commonly present. The symptoms usually appear within
minutes of the impact of the stressful stimulus or event, and disappear within two to
three days (often within hours). Partial or complete amnesia (F44.0) for the episode may
be present. If the symptoms persist, a change in diagnosis should be considered.
. crisis reaction
. reaction to stress
Combat fatigue
Crisis state
Psychic shock
一种短暂的疾病 , 发生於原来无其他精神疾病的人
, 当遇到严重的身体或精神压力时发作 , 但於数小

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