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Gibt es im Deutschen den Ausdruck who walked over your grave?

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What does the proverb mean in English? –  PMF Feb 17 at 7:08
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A response to a sudden unexplained shudder or shivering. –  DerPolyglott33 Feb 17 at 7:18

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Bei http://www.dict.cc/?s=Who+walked+over+your+grave steht, dass die deutsche Entsprechung "Ich hab eine Gänsehaut bekommen" sei. Das dürfte zusammenpassen.

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Danke sehr, PMF –  DerPolyglott33 Feb 17 at 7:26

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