feel verb (EXPERIENCE)
"How are you feeling?" "Not too bad, but I've still got a slight headache." “你感觉如何？”“不算太糟，但我还是有点轻微的头痛。”
feel like sth
I feel like (going for) a swim. 我想（去）游泳。
"Are you coming to aerobics?" "No, I don't feel like it today." “你去做有氧健身操吗？”“不，我今天不想去。”
feel the cold
not feel a thing informal
- I don't feel comfortable in high heels.
- I feel like I've been cooped up in this flat for days.
- I felt unaccountably happy this morning as I left the house.
- Her criticism left me feeling a bit deflated.
- He still feels insecure about his ability to do the job.
feel verb (OPINION)
- I feel sure that I'm doing the right thing.
- She feels she's overdue for promotion.
- I felt it was my duty to tell them the truth.
- I feel that learning English will help my chances of promotion at work.
- The critics felt that the film was too long.
feel verb (TOUCH)
- He felt the side of the kettle to see if it was still hot.
- He could feel the springs sticking through the mattress.
- Feel the temperature of the water before getting into the bath.
- I thought I felt a drop of rain.
- The vet was feeling the dog's leg to discover if it was broken.
feel noun (TOUCH)
feel noun (CHARACTER)
feel noun (UNDERSTANDING)
a feel for sth also feeling