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haunt

verb
 
/hɔːnt/
If a ghost haunts a place, it appears there often.
(幽霊が)~に出る
a haunted house
If an unpleasant memory or feeling haunts you, you think about or feel it often.
(考え・思いが)~につきまとう, しょっちゅう頭に浮かぶ
It was an experience that haunted him for the rest of his life.
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