Translation of déjà vu in Spanish:

déjà vu

déjà vu, n.

Pronunciation /ˌdeɪʒɑ ˈvu//deɪʒɑː ˈvuː/

noun

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    déjà vu masculine
    a sense of déjà vu came over me when I entered the house cuando entré en la casa tuve la sensación de que ya había estado allí antes / tuve una sensación de déjà vu
    • A sense of terrible déjà vu took over Lia and she felt as though she were twelve years old once again in the crumbling old shack her father liked to call a house.
    • Subjectively, patients are likely to experience déjà vu and sensory, motor, or autonomic symptoms.
    • I felt so strange, like an experience of déjà vu; I felt so certain my mother had said all of these things to me at one point, long long ago when I was a small child.
    • It felt like déjà vu for the second time in a row, and it was very strange.
    • She had a strange sense of déjà vu as she dumped her bag on the counter.
    • She also experienced occasional feelings of déjà vu.
    • If there was such a thing as déjà vu, he experienced it right then.
    • People who object to the argument say that people who experience déjà vu are not remembering experiences from their former lives.
    • I feel déjà vu, as this already happened before somewhere.
    • What is his interpretation of the common human experience of déjà vu?
    • The doctrine of karma says that one experiences déjà vu because of reincarnation.
    • I turn and, for a split second, have a horrible sense of déjà vu.
    • I experienced a sense of déjà vu, at a party just a little while ago she had appeared the same way.
    • She had a twisted vision of déjà vu where she was back in New Jersey, just meeting her best friend.
    • Sitting there at the table, I felt a sudden sense of déjà vu, and at that moment it was as though I had never been away.
    • Could you explain what happens with temporal lobe epilepsy and why people who have that condition might experience déjà vu more.
    • It seems to me that under the theory I put forth the individual experiencing déjà vu would be both making and retrieving a memory at the same time.
    • She talked about the strange things happening with a weird sense of déjà vu when she'd first met Nadine.
    • A shiver crept down my spine as I experienced an acute sense of déjà vu.
    • I went to visit a friend in Cambridge this weekend and whilst we were in the pub last night I had the strangest sense of déjà vu I've ever experienced.