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Polish translation of “feel”

feel

verb
 
 
/fiːl/ (past tense and past participle felt)
EXPERIENCE [I, T] A1 to experience an emotion or a physical feeling
czuć (się), odczuwać
You shouldn't feel embarrassed about making a mistake. I felt a sharp pain in my side when I stood up. "Are you feeling better?" "Yes, thanks, I feel fine now."Feelings - general words
feel better/different/strange, etc; feel like/as if B1 If you describe the way a place, situation, or object feels, you say how it seems to you, or what your experience of it is like.
wydawać się lepszym/innym/dziwnym/jakby itp.
It felt strange to see him again after so long. The house feels empty without the children. This shirt feels tight under my arms. I feel as if I've known you for ages.Seeming and purporting to beFaking and pretending
feel like sb/sth B1 to seem to be similar to a type of person, thing, or situation
czuć się jak ktoś /, odczuwać coś jak coś
My feet feel like blocks of ice. I felt like a fool when I saw what everyone else was wearing.Being or appearing similar or the same
OPINION [I, T] B1 to think something or have an opinion
sądzić
[+ (that)] I feel that he's the best person for the job. Do you feel strongly (= have strong opinions) about it?Expressing and asking opinionsRemarks and remarkingControlling emotions
TOUCH [I, T] B2 to touch something, especially with your hands, in order to examine it
dotykać, macać
He felt her ankle to see if it was broken.Touching and feelingShowing affection
feel like sth/doing sth B1 to want something, or want to do something
mieć na coś ochotę
I feel like some chocolate. Jane felt like crying.Wanting thingsHoping and hopefulness
BE AWARE [T] B2 to be aware of something
wyczuć
You could feel the tension in the room. I could feel them watching me. → See also feel free, feel the pinch, be/feel under the weatherKnowledge and awareness
(Definition of feel verb from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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