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What does the term "deja vu" actually translate to in English?

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I've seen this before

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Lol!!
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LOL !! First answer , funny .....

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"I have seen this before."
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Haha I'm stunned. When I saw the above responses I thought they meant they saw the question before. And, after I was thinking it was an original interesting question. I get it d?j? vu means I've seen this before.

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lol, thanks.
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it is if u have dreamed you've been there but you haven't actually

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Deja vu - already seen
Jamais vu - never seen

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No problem. I once had a dj vu of a dj vu of a dj vu. People look at you weird when you say that three times with increasing excitement.
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lol.
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All wrong!!!^^^it is the FEELING of experiencing that same situation!

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Ok, thanks.
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She asked for the translation from French. Not what Emile Boirac coined it for.
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