English version

give somebody the creeps

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgive somebody the creepsgive somebody the creepsFRIGHTENEDif a person or place gives you the creeps, they make you feel nervous and a little frightened, especially because they are strange That house gives me the creeps. creep
Examples from the Corpus
give somebody the creepsThe prospect of being marooned on Gullholm for days with a Heathcliff bereft of his Cathy gave her the creeps.As much as he gave her the creeps, there was also this secret fascination.I hate being left alone in the office with Graham - he gives me the creeps.This house gives me the creeps - it's so dark and quiet.It gave him the creeps from the start.It gave him the creeps to think of Omar sleeping in the same room where the Judge had died.It gives me the creeps, that's all.Northern Nevada gives me the creeps.It still gives me the creeps to think of it.Those two were going to give her the creeps if she really had to take them all the way to Titan.Tony gives me the creeps.
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