The English similarity although we don't use it anymore, they are growing up on us without us realizing or she is not eating on me and I am worried.
It's still used. "My phone died on me"; "His dog died on him"; and so on. It seems to suggest something that happened suddenly or that we perceive as having happened quickly or something recent.
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