go hot and cold all over


go hot and cold all over
feel/go hot and cold (all over) British & Australian, informal to feel that your body is hot and cold at the same time, because you have had a shock.

When I suddenly saw him again in the street after all these years, I went hot and cold all over.


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  • feel hot and cold all over — feel/go hot and cold (all over) British & Australian, informal to feel that your body is hot and cold at the same time, because you have had a shock. When I suddenly saw him again in the street after all these years, I went hot and cold all over …   New idioms dictionary

  • feel hot and cold — feel/go hot and cold (all over) British & Australian, informal to feel that your body is hot and cold at the same time, because you have had a shock. When I suddenly saw him again in the street after all these years, I went hot and cold all over …   New idioms dictionary

  • go hot and cold — feel/go hot and cold (all over) British & Australian, informal to feel that your body is hot and cold at the same time, because you have had a shock. When I suddenly saw him again in the street after all these years, I went hot and cold all over …   New idioms dictionary

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