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feel

noun [S]
 
 
/fiːl/
the way that something feels: We want our restaurants to have a homely feel.
a feel for sth an understanding of something, especially one that you get by experiencing something rather than learning about it: We are putting people on the ground to ensure that we are the first to get a feel for what the consumer wants.
get the feel of sth to learn how to do something, usually a new activity: Once she got the feel of the business, she quickly established a reputation.
(Definition of feel noun from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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