Meaning of 惊吓

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jīng xià (Trad.: 驚嚇)
to frighten; to horrify; to terrify
Example Sentences
The merchants immediately began their shouting to frighten the eagles; and when they had obliged them to quit their prey, one of them came to the nest where I was.
At first it scared the rest of them away but they soon came back - it was amazing to watch.
I barely got off a shocked "Hello" when the raspy voice said: "I saw your show on the History Channel, and I have a business proposition for you.
I've noticed that my best ideas always bubble up when the outside world fails in its primary job of frightening, wounding or entertaining me.
The boy was more scared than hurt.