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Traducción en español de “feel”

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feel

verb /fiːl/ ( past tense, past participle felt /felt/)
to become aware of (something) by the sense of touch
sentir
She felt his hand on her shoulder.
to find out the shape, size, texture etc of something by touching, usually with the hands
tocar, palpar
She felt the parcel carefully.
to experience or be aware of (an emotion, sensation etc)
sentir
He felt a sudden anger.
to think (oneself) to be
sentirse, encontrarse
She feels sick How does she feel about her work?
to believe or consider
creer
She feels that the company treated her badly.
feeler noun (in certain animals, insects etc ) an organ for touching, especially one of the two thread-like parts on an insect’s head
antena, tentáculo
A butterfly has a pair of feelers on its head.
feeling noun power and ability to feel
sensibilidad
I have no feeling in my little finger.
something that one feels physically
sensación
a feeling of great pain.
(usually in plural) something that one feels in one’s mind
sentimiento
His angry words hurt my feelings a feeling of happiness.
an impression or belief
impresión
I have a feeling that the work is too hard.
affection
afecto
He has no feeling for her now.
emotion
emoción, sentimiento
He spoke with great feeling.
feel as if / as though to have the sensation (physical or mental) or feeling that
sentir como si, tener la impresión de
I feel as if I am going to be sick She feels as though she has known him for years.
feel like to have the feelings that one would have if one were
sentirse como
I feel like a princess in this beautiful dress He felt like an idiot (= He felt very foolish).
to feel that one would like to (have, do etc)
apetecer algo, tener ganas de algo
I feel like a drink Do you feel like going to the cinema?
feel one’s way to find one’s way by feeling
andar a tientas
I had to feel my way to the door in the dark.
get the feel of to become accustomed to
acostumbrarse a
It takes a while to get the feel of a new job.
(Definition of feel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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