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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。
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(Definition of feeling noun (PHYSICAL SENSE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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