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feel for sb

phrasal verb with feel uk   /fiːl/  us   /fiːl/ verb (felt, felt)
to ​experiencesympathy and ​sadness for someone because they are ​suffering: I ​know what it's like to be ​lonely, so I do ​feel for her.
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Translations of “feel for sb”
in Chinese (Simplified) 同情,怜悯(某人)…
in Turkish birine acımak, sempati duymak, üzülmek…
in Russian жалеть кого-либо…
in Chinese (Traditional) 同情,憐憫(某人)…
in Polish współczuć komuś…
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