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feeling

noun [C or U] (PHYSICAL SENSE) 感官     /ˈfiː.lɪŋ/
when you feel something physical (感官的)感觉 I had a tingling feeling in my fingers. 我手指感到刺痛。 I've got this strange feeling in my stomach. 我的胃里有这种怪怪的感觉。 My toes were so cold that I'd lost all feeling in them. 我的脚趾冻得完全失去知觉了。 The senses in general
(Definition of feeling noun (PHYSICAL SENSE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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