07428954-n 'shaking and vibration at the surface of the earth resulting from underground movement along a fault plane of from volcanic activity';
Bulgarian земетресение
Catalan sotrac , sisme , terratrèmol , sotragada
Chinese (simplified) 地震
Danish jordskælv
English earthquake17 , quake3 () , temblor , seism ( )
Basque lurrikara , seismo
Farsi زمین لرزه , زلزله
Finnish maanjäristys
French séisme , tremblement de terre
Galician tremor
Croatian potres
Indonesian gempa bumi , gempa
Icelandic jarðskjálfti , jarðhræringar
Italian sisma , terremoto
Japanese 地震 , アースクェイク
Dutch aardbeving , aardschok , aardbeweging
Nynorsk jordskjelv
Bokmål jordskjelv
Polish trzęsienie ziemi
Portuguese sismos , Terremotos , sismo , terremoto , tremor de terra , Sismos , terramoto , tremor
Romanian cutremur , seism , cutremurdepământ
Slovak zemetrasenie
Slovene potres
Swedish skalv , jordbävning
Thai แผ่นดินพิโรธ , ธรณีพิโรธ , แผ่นดินไหว
Malaysian gempa bumi , gegaran , gempa
Definitions
Italian
movimento tellurico
Japanese
火山活動により断層面に沿った地下運動によって、地球の表面が揺れて震動すること
Romanian
Mișcare puternică și bruscă, verticală, orizontală sau de torsiune a scoarței pământului, provocată de dislocări subterane, de erupții vulcanice etc.
English
shaking and vibration at the surface of the earth resulting from underground movement along a fault plane of from volcanic activity
Relations
Hyponym: seaquake shock tremor
Hypernym: geological_phenomenon
Semantic Field: eventn
External Links

SUMO: ⊂ Earthquake

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