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That shocked us. We didn't expect it at all and we were very surprised to hear the news.
to shock: to amaze, to astonish, to surprise; to scandalize, to outrage; to traumatize
UK: We were all shocked by the news of his death.
US: The shock of the explosion destroyed several buildings.
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