English translation of 'arrepio'
2. (de frio) chill
isso me dá arrepios it gives me the creeps
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'arrepio' in Other Languages
British English: goose pimples /ɡuːs ˈpɪmplz/ NOUN
If you get goose pimples, the hairs on your skin stand up so that it is covered with tiny bumps.
- American English: goose pimples
- Arabic: قُشَعْرِيْرَةُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: arrepio
- Chinese: 鸡皮疙瘩
- Croatian: naježiti se
- Czech: husí kůže
- Danish: gåsehud
- Dutch: kippenvel
- European Spanish: piel de gallina
- Finnish: kananliha
- French: chair de poule
- German: Gänsehaut
- Greek: μπιμπίκια
- Italian: pelle d’oca
- Japanese: 鳥肌
- Korean: 소름
- Norwegian: gåsehud
- Polish: gęsia skórka
- European Portuguese: arrepio
- Romanian: pielea de găină
- Russian: гусиная кожа
- Spanish: piel de gallina
- Swedish: gåshud
- Thai: ขนลุก
- Turkish: diken diken olmuş tüyler
- Ukrainian: гусяча шкіра
- Vietnamese: sự sởn gai ốc
British English: chill NOUN
If something sends a chill through you, it gives you a sudden feeling of fear or anxiety.
The violence used against the students sent a chill through the country.
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