feel verb (EXPERIENCE) translate to Traditional Chinese

Translation of "feel" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary


/fiːl/ (felt)
[L or T] to experience something physical or emotional
"How are you feeling?" "Not too bad, but I've still got a slight headache."
How would you feel about moving to a different city?
He's still feeling a bit weak after his operation.
My eyes feel really sore.
I never feel safe when I'm being driven by Richard.
Never in her life had she felt so happy.
My suitcase began to feel really heavy after a while.
I felt (= thought that I was) a complete idiot/such a fool.
She felt his hot breath on her neck.
[+ obj + -ing verb ] I could feel the sweat trickling down my back.
By midday, we were really feeling (= suffering from) the heat.
Experiencing and suffering
feel like sth to have a wish for something, or to want to do something, at a particular moment
I feel like (going for) a swim.
I feel like (having) a nice cool glass of lemonade.
"Are you coming to aerobics?" "No, I don't feel like it today."
Wanting thingsHoping and hopefulness
[+ -ing verb] to want to do something that you do not do
He was so rude I felt like slapping his face.
Wanting thingsHoping and hopefulness
feel the cold to get cold quicker and more often than most people
As you get older, you tend to feel the cold more.
ColdSnow and ice
not feel a thing informal to not feel any pain
"Did it hurt?" "Not at all - I didn't feel a thing."
Experiencing and sufferingPain and painful
(Definition of feel verb (EXPERIENCE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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