adj also.shaken 'up [not usually before noun]
upset, shocked, or frightened by something that has happened to you
'How's Jacob?' 'Pretty shaken up, but he'll be all right.'
He was badly shaken after the attack.
1. With my blood pressure going crazy but my pride intact, I exited the tower, only slightly shaken after a thrilling encounter with the Japanese concept of leisure. 我出了高塔，血压升高，不过保住了自尊。在惊心动魄地见识了日本式的休闲后，多少有些发怵。
2. But the paper was wrapped round a drum which rotated slowly. As long as all was still, the pen drew a straight line, but while the drum was being shaken, the line that the pen was drawing wriggled from side to side. 但是纸是卷在慢慢放置的圆筒上的。只要一切都是静止的，笔就会划出一条直线；但是，圆筒受到震动，笔所画出的线就会左右摆动。