Idioms starting with ‘make’: make somebody’s skin crawl

The word ‘crawl’ has a few different meanings, but none of them clearly explains the meaning of this idiom.
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Listen to the video to see if you can work out what it means.
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make somebody’s skin crawl – If someone or something makes your skin crawl, you think they are very unpleasant or frightening.

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Imagine an insect crawling up your arm. How does that feel? Is it a pleasant sensation? For most people, it’s not.
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When using English, we like to be creative with our words in order to describe our feelings in a colourful (i.e. interesting) way.
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