Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Creeps"

The meaning of "Creeps" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does he creeps on girls mean?
A: 'he creeps on girls' means he looks at girls and it's a little scary
Q: What does He gave me the creeps mean?
A: He frightens you
Q: What does it creeps up on you mean?
A: That test creeped up on me! it usually means that the thing youre talking about came as a surprise. you didnt expect it.
Q: What does You give me the creeps mean?
A: Me das miedo

Example sentences using "Creeps"

Q: Please show me example sentences with it gives me the creeps!.
A: when he entered this room .it gives me the creeps! .
Q: Please show me example sentences with give the creeps .
A: "That man gives me the creeps"

"This place gives me the creeps"

Synonyms of "Creeps" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between creeps and goosebumps ?
A: If something gives you the creeps, then it scares you or grosses you out.
Example: "Those old dolls give me the creeps."

If something gives you goosebumps, that can either be a good thing or a bad thing. You can get goosebumps because you're scared, or because you're really impressed or touched by something.
Example 1: "That horror movie gave me goosebumps."
Example 2: "That piano performance was wonderful. It reminded me of when my grandmother would play Chopin's Nocturnes. It really gave me goosebumps."

Translations of "Creeps"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? creeps
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? creeps 와 goosebumps 차이점
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Other questions about "Creeps"

Q: I get the creeps when I see those messages. does this sound natural?
A: totally natural
Q: It gives me the creeps, and that is its purpose. does this sound natural?
A: yes, natural. something makes you very uneasy and uncomfortable.
Q: I really get the creeps when I see the door shut itself does this sound natural?
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Q: It creeps me out your bragging about your girl friend. does this sound natural?
A: "It creeps me out that you're (you are) bragging about your girlfriend."

Make sure not to confuse "your" and "you're"
Q: He gave me a creeps
He horrified me

Do these two phrases have the same meaning? does this sound natural?
A: they sound natural but they have slight differences
horrified is more extreme and would be used for something really bad
and just getting the creeps is less serious and intense ? hope this makes sense!

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