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creep over sb

verb [I usually + adv/prep] uk phrasal verb with creep   /kriːp/ (crept, crept) us  
If a bad feeling creeps over someone, the person gradually starts to feel it: A dangerous tiredness crept over her as she drove.
Translations of “creep over sb”
in Chinese (Traditional) (不好的感覺)漸漸向(某人)襲來…
in Chinese (Simplified) (不好的感觉)渐渐向(某人)袭来…
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