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"shudder at the thought (of sth)" vs "shudder to think (sth)"

Can these 2 expressions express the same feeling? They look like the same to me.

For learning: English
Base language: English
Category: Language



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    Yes, both expressions mean the same thing.

    Both are correct and mean the same thing but the first one sounds more natural and is more commonly used.

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