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feel pronunciación
verb (felt , feeling )
1 to become aware of something through the sense of touch.
2 tr & intr to have a physical or emotional sensation of something; to sense.
3 tr & intr to search, find out or investigate with the hands, etc.
4 tr & intr to have (an emotion).
5 tr & intr to react emotionally to something or be emotionally affected by something feels the loss very deeply .
6 intr (feel for someone) to have sympathy or compassion for them.
7 intr to give the impression of being (soft, hard, rough, etc) when touched.
8 intr to be or seem (well, ill, happy, etc).
9 to instinctively believe in something She feels that this is a good idea .
10 tr & intr (also feel like something) to seem to oneself to be feel a fool feel like an idiot .
1 a sensation or impression produced by touching.
2 an impression or atmosphere created by something.
3 an act of feeling with the fingers, etc.
4 an instinct, touch or knack.
[Anglo-Saxon felan ]
feel like something to have an inclination or desire for it feel like a walk I feel like going to the cinema tonight .
feel oneself to feel as well as normal felt herself again after a good sleep .
feel one's feet to get used to a new situation, job etc.
feel one's way to make one's way cautiously.
feel up to something usu with negatives or in questions to feel fit enough for it I don't feel up to a late night out .
get the feel of something to become familiar with it or used to it.
have a feel for something to have a natural ability for or understanding of (an activity, etc).
feel someone up slang to move one's hands over their sexual organs.

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