Definition of 'feeling'
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Example sentences containing 'feeling'
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Being back home is a great feeling. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She says she loves the feeling of being on the dancefloor. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Do you get the same feeling in this country? Times, Sunday Times (2016)They can provide people with the feeling that they are privy to secret knowledge. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Talk to him about how you feel and ask him about his feelings. The Sun (2016)That is why he let his players know his feelings at the interval. The Sun (2017)The censorship aims to stop feelings being hurt. The Sun (2016)So to have a statue now is an incredible feeling. The Sun (2016)There's such a good feeling about the place. The Sun (2016)I'd had enough of the bad feeling between us. The Sun (2016)She has trouble expressing feelings and emotions. The Sun (2015)The depth of love feelings is more surprising. The Sun (2009)You can set aside your feelings for the people involved and get a fair cash deal. The Sun (2014)The general feeling was that such objects "belonged "there. Molly Keane's Ireland (1993)The example he gives is of tender and incomplete feelings of love for another. Philosophy at the Limit (1990)Young people pick up comments and feelings and attitudes from adults. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But yesterday it was hard to shake the feeling that something had changed. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We spent weeks working through my anger and feeling abandoned by the service. The Sun (2015)The warm feelings seem to be mutual. Times, Sunday Times (2011)That kind of bond gives you an incredible feeling of strength. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Is he honored and overwhelmed by deeply patriotic feelings? Christianity Today (2000)They put real feeling into their roles. The Sun (2006)It is important to get the feeling of competition for them. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We should not let them become negative feelings about ourselves. Everything You Need to Know for Success in Business (1990)You can repair hurt feelings at home. The Sun (2007)There are no hard feelings on my part. Times, Sunday Times (2015)City fans were quick to let him know their feelings on social media. The Sun (2015)So where did this feeling come from? WALKING THE BIBLE (2001)This is a day of big feelings and changes. The Sun (2012)Winning people money is a great feeling. Times, Sunday Times (2011)This woman often experiences feelings of inadequacy on seeing photos of perfect bodies. The Sun (2008)The prospect of quarrels and bad feeling spoiling the big day can cause much anxiety. Times, Sunday Times (2006)If the atmosphere expresses the feeling that the group is lively and enjoyable, then it will be the "place to be". Working with Teenagers (1994)
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Translations for 'feeling'
British English: feeling /ˈfiːlɪŋ/ NOUN
A feeling is an emotion.
...a feeling of satisfaction.
- American English: feeling
- Arabic: شُعُور
- Brazilian Portuguese: sentimento
- Chinese: 感觉
- Croatian: osjećaj
- Czech: pocit
- Danish: følelse
- Dutch: gevoel
- European Spanish: sensación
- Finnish: tunne
- French: sentiment
- German: Gefühl
- Greek: αίσθηση
- Italian: sentimento
- Japanese: 気持ち
- Korean: 느낌
- Norwegian: følelse
- Polish: uczucie
- European Portuguese: sentimento
- Romanian: sentiment
- Russian: чувство
- Spanish: sensación
- Swedish: känsla
- Thai: ความรู้สึก
- Turkish: duygu
- Ukrainian: почуття
- Vietnamese: cảm giác
Definition of feeling from the Collins English Dictionary
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