In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1déjà vu masculinea 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
- People who object to the argument say that people who experience déjà vu are not remembering experiences from their former lives.
- Subjectively, patients are likely to experience déjà vu and sensory, motor, or autonomic symptoms.
- 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.
- She had a strange sense of déjà vu as she dumped her bag on the counter.
- She had a twisted vision of déjà vu where she was back in New Jersey, just meeting her best friend.
- 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.
- 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.
- A shiver crept down my spine as I experienced an acute sense of déjà vu.
- The doctrine of karma says that one experiences déjà vu because of reincarnation.
- If there was such a thing as déjà vu, he experienced it right then.
- It felt like déjà vu for the second time in a row, and it was very strange.
- 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.
- She talked about the strange things happening with a weird sense of déjà vu when she'd first met Nadine.
- I feel déjà vu, as this already happened before somewhere.
- Could you explain what happens with temporal lobe epilepsy and why people who have that condition might experience déjà vu more.
- She also experienced occasional feelings of déjà vu.
- 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.
- What is his interpretation of the common human experience of déjà vu?
- I experienced a sense of déjà vu, at a party just a little while ago she had appeared the same way.
- I turn and, for a split second, have a horrible sense of déjà vu.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.