1. stir oneself up; raise one's spirits 2. inspire; stimulate
[动] 1、振奋发作 2、使振奋
I cheered up at the good news.
Numbers of persons were moved and inspired by his deeds.
振聋发聩【zhèn lóng fā kuì】
awaken the deaf; enlighten the benighted
Your arguments, sir, would awaken the deaf.
The government is taking measures to revive trade.
振振有辞【zhèn zhèn yǒu cí】
speak plausibly and volubly
Though she was wrong, she still spoke plausibly and volubly to defend herself.
1. small town; town 2. suppress; press down 3. guard; garrison
[名] 1、行政区划单位 [动] 2、以武力维持安定 3、安定；用武力维持安定
The whole town turned out to welcome the team home.
He withered us the moment he started to speak.
The commander-in-Chief assumed direct command over the battle.
The spokesman remained perfectly calm and collected when he answered the questions raised by the reporters.
Slow and soft music can calm a person.
suppress; put down; quell
The government put down the rebellion of the separatists.
1. shake; shock; vibrate; sign in trigram 2. fear; dread; shock
[动] 1、巨大的力等使物体剧烈颤动 2、惊恐或情绪过分激动
The sound of the firecrackers made my ears ache.
The "9/18 Incident" refers to Japan's invasion on China on September 18th, 1931, which shocked the whole world.