Meaning of 讶异

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(Trad.: 訝異)
to be surprised; to be astonished
Example Sentences
Lily: I am very surprised you don' t know who is she, but you are right, she is a South Korean.
Of course, most of the world may be forgiven for wondering why they should trust Blatter on this point, when he can be so obviously wrong and inappropriate on the previous one.
Her brothers wondered why she was done so quickly. At last they resolved to watch, and find out who helped her.
Their absence is even more striking given that, at the start of the year, many commentators (including, rather prominently, this newspaper) expected prices to fall, not rise.
The only thing that surprises me about China's spike in inflation is that it took so long to show itself.