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temblor

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtemblortem‧blor /ˈtemblə, -blɔː $ -blər, -blɔːr/ noun [countable] formal  an earthquake
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temblorIt will give victims of the temblor additional time to find new housing or move back into homes still under repair.That, experts said, was due to the fact that the temblor was buried in solid rock 30 miles underground.The temblor sent thousands of office workers in Seattle fleeing into the streets.
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