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Example sentences containing 'feel'

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So my family still feel very emotional about this. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You have made this place feel like home to me. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They are perfect for getting early gifts and feeling festive. The Sun (2016) One feels one sees right through this music. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Did she write the book because she felt guilty about having an appetite? Times, Sunday Times (2016)This heartfelt series about friendship and family will leave you feeling warm and fuzzy inside. The Sun (2016) Work feels like less of a chore now you have promised to use your special skills rather than sideline them. The Sun (2016)Many are still feeling the effects. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In effect what you are hoping to avoid happening and you experience what feels like an overreaction by others towards your illness. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I feel it's become a part of my life. The Sun (2016)Many fear they will need the stuff one day or feel guilty about chucking out unwanted gifts. The Sun (2012)With the rainy and windy weather it will feel quite cold. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You felt something was going to give. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Everything you touch and feel is a step up in quality. The Sun (2014)Working cuff buttons and sharp fitted blocks give a quality feel. Times, Sunday Times (2007)More than a third think they look great or feel cosy in jeans. The Sun (2015)Making notes for books feels so much more pompous and important when you use one of these. The Sun (2012)This feels like an epic with more chapters to come. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Visit the college you are thinking of applying to and get a feel for the place. Times, Sunday Times (2007)So its effects will be felt around the world. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You have a gift for making people feel valued and warming frosty relationships at work and home. The Sun (2014)You are a good cousin to feel the instinctive sympathy to write with love and condolences. Times, Sunday Times (2006)They were feeling my two day absence. Christianity Today (2000)Would you expect other people to feel happy about your unhappiness? Times, Sunday Times (2006)The whole thing felt like a stunt. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You know how it made you feel after one experience. The Sun (2013)Winning games makes this country feel a better place. The Sun (2007)The police officers felt they could act with impunity. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Just think of how physically drained you feel when you become worried or depressed about something. Ingham, Christine Life Without Work (1994)To not care what folk think of you feels wonderful. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They seem nice and it feels good to talk. Times, Sunday Times (2015)And warmer weather makes us feel more sociable. The Sun (2015)Being shamed into not speaking of the less photogenic ones makes us feel that we are a lone freak. Times, Sunday Times (2014)

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Translations for 'feel'

British English: feel /fiːl/ VERB
have a particular feeling The way you feel, for example happy or sad, or cold or tired, is how you are at the time.
I feel very upset.
  • American English: feel
  • Arabic: يَشْعُرُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: sentir
  • Chinese: 感觉
  • Croatian: osjećati se
  • Czech: cítit (se)
  • Danish: føle
  • Dutch: voelen
  • European Spanish: sentir
  • Finnish: tuntea
  • French: se sentir sensation
  • German: fühlen
  • Greek: νιώθω
  • Italian: sentire
  • Japanese: 感じる
  • Korean: 느끼다
  • Norwegian: føle
  • Polish: poczuć
  • European Portuguese: sentir
  • Romanian: a simți
  • Russian: чувствовать
  • Latin American Spanish: sentir
  • Swedish: känna
  • Thai: รู้สึก
  • Turkish: hissetmek
  • Ukrainian: почуватися
  • Vietnamese: cảm thấy
British English: feel /fiːl/ VERB
touch If you feel something, you touch it with your hand to see what it is like.
Feel how soft these feathers are.
  • American English: feel
  • Arabic: يَتَحَسَّسُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: sentir
  • Chinese: 触摸
  • Croatian: dotaknuti
  • Czech: osahat
  • Danish: føle
  • Dutch: voelen
  • European Spanish: palpar
  • Finnish: tunnustella
  • French: tâtersentir
  • German: fühlen
  • Greek: αισθάνομαι
  • Italian: sentire
  • Japanese: ・・・を感じる
  • Korean: 느끼다
  • Norwegian: føle
  • Polish: czuć
  • European Portuguese: sentir
  • Romanian: a pipăi
  • Russian: ощупать
  • Latin American Spanish: sentircon el tacto
  • Swedish: känna
  • Thai: สัมผัส รู้สึก
  • Turkish: hissetmek
  • Ukrainian: відчувати
  • Vietnamese: cảm giác

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