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British pronunciation/tˈɛmblə/
American pronunciation/ˈtɛmbɫɝ/

shaking and vibration at the surface of the earth resulting from underground movement along a fault plane or from volcanic activity

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temblor definition and meaning
1The temblor was even felt as far as Las Vegas, Nevada.
2A 5.3 temblor shook Colorado overnight, the strongest there in a century.
3The temblor is estimated to be about a magnitude 4.2 and shook for nearly an hour-and-a-half.
4Steve Evans first became aware of the Waldrops in the pages of Temblor when he was an undergraduate at UC San Diego, where he was also a student, I might add, of Fannie House sitting in the second row there who's here.
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