Definición de déjà vu en inglés:

déjà vu

Silabificación: dé·jà vu
Pronunciación: /ˌdāZHä ˈvo͞o
 
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sustantivo

  • 1A feeling of having already experienced the present situation.
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    • Could you explain what happens with temporal lobe epilepsy and why people who have that condition might experience déjà vu more.
    • She also experienced occasional feelings of déjà vu.
    • I feel déjà vu, as this already happened before somewhere.
  • 1.1Tedious familiarity: to list the opponents of his policies is to invite boredom and a sense of déjà vu
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    • A soundtrack of canned fiddle tunes completes the déjà vu.
    • The predictable gameplay is overburdened with boring fetch quests, drawing out an already overlong feeling of déjà vu.
    • Nevertheless, some readers might experience déjà vu, that sense that they have been here before, and for good reason.

Origen

early 20th century: French, literally 'already seen'.

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