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Translation of "feel for someone" - English-Japanese dictionary

feel for someone

phrasal verb with feel   /fiːl/ verb ( past tense and past participle felt)
to feel sorry for someone because they are very unhappy, or in a difficult situation (人)に同情する I really feel for him, having to take the exam again.
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