English → English - feel

Pronunciation
n. touch; sense; emotion; act of feeling; sense of touch; act of fondling or touching in a sexual manner (Slang)
v. physically sense; emotionally sense; examine by touching; find one's way by touch, grope; believe, think; seem

English → Spanish - feel

Pronunciation
s. tacto; sensación; sentido; (Fam.) tocar
v. sentirse; palpar, tocar; advertir; considerar

English → French - feel

Pronunciation
n. toucher; sensation; sentiment; palpation
v. sentir; toucher; palper; tâter; tâtonner

English → German - feel

Pronunciation
n. Gefühl, Gespür; Spürsinn; Fummeln (Umgangsprache)
v. fühlen; vorfühlen; tasten; vortasten; empfinden

English → Indonesian - feel

Pronunciation
n. rabaan, rasa, suasana
v. meraba, menggagap, menjamah, merasa, merasakan, memperasakan, berasa, terasa, pikir, kira

English → Italian - feel

Pronunciation
s. tatto; sensazione; contatto; toccata, l'atto del toccare
v. sentire, tastare, palpare; avvertire, percepire; provare; esser sensibile a; rendersi conto di, accorgersi di; credere, pensare

English → Polish - feel

Pronunciation
n. dotyk, czucie
v. czuć, poczuć, uczuć, wyczuć, żywić, odczuć, doznać, zrobić się, macać, pomacać, obmacać, wymacać, próbować, przeżyć, doświadczać, współczuć, uważać, czuć się, miewać się, poczuć się, być, wrażenie: robić wrażenie, ochota: mieć ochotę, wrażenie: mieć wrażenie, uczuwać, wyczuwać, doznawać, macnąć, obmacywać, wymacywać, przeżywać, doświadczyć

English → Portuguese - feel

Pronunciation
s. sensação, tato, impressão; sentido de realização, toque (gíria)
v. sentir; perceber; experimentar; apalpar

English → Romanian - feel

Pronunciation
n. pipăit, pipăire
v. pipăi, simţi, atinge, simţi pulsul, palpa, resimţi, presupune, presimţi, simţi: se simţi, bănui, fi prudent, ghici, tatona, adulmeca, seamă: a-şi da seama, fi de părere, fi simţitor la, încerca o senzaţie, încerca un sentiment, gusta, aprecia, socoti, considera, recunoaşte {mil.}

English → Russian - feel

Pronunciation
с. осязание, ощущение, вкус, чутье
г. трогать, щупать, пощупать; искать ощупью, ощупывать, прощупывать, прощупываться; чувствовать, почувствовать, быть чувствительным, ощущать, испытать; тонко воспринимать, переживать, остро воспринимать; полагать, считать, предчувствовать

English → Turkish - feel

Pronunciation
f. dokunmak, ellemek, yoklamak, hissetmek, duymak, sezmek, anlamak
i. duygu, his, dokunma hissi, temas, hissetme, sezgi

English → Ukrainian - feel

Pronunciation
n. відчуття, чуття
v. мацати, відчувати, переживати, сприймати, лапати, почувати, чути, щупати

English → Dutch - feel

Pronunciation
zn. voelen; gevoel; gevoelsorgaan; aanraking
ww. voelen; betasten; aanvoelen

English → Greek - feel

Pronunciation
ουσ. αφή
ρήμ. πασπατεύω, αισθάνομαι, νιώθω, ψηλαφώ, αγγίζω

English → Arabic - feel

Pronunciation
‏شعور، إحساس، صفة خاصة‏
‏حس، شعر، أحس، أدرك، وعى، شم، تلمس، جس، مس، بدا عند اللمس، أمن‏

English → Chinese - feel

Pronunciation
(名) 感觉; 触摸; 觉得
(动) 感觉, 触摸, 觉得; 有知觉, 同情, 摸索

English → Chinese - feel

Pronunciation
(名) 感覺; 觸摸; 覺得
(動) 感覺, 觸摸, 覺得; 有知覺, 同情, 摸索

English → Hindi - feel

Pronunciation
n. संवेदना
v. स्पर्श करना, छूकर परखना, महसूस करना, अनुभव करना, मानना, जानकारी होना, प्राप्त करना, प्राप्त होना, सहानुभूति में दुखी होना, बुरा मान जाना, दया करना, दया देना

English → Japanese - feel

Pronunciation
(名) 手触り, 触感, 感触; 触ること; 感度; 感覚; 性的に触れること(俗語)
(動) 感じる; 痛切に感じる; 思う; 触感が…である; 触る

English → Korean - feel

Pronunciation
명. 촉감; 감각; 감정; 느낌; 성적으로 더듬는 행동 (속어)
동. 신체적으로 감지하다, 느끼다; 정서적으로 느끼다, 감지하다; 만져보다; 손으로 더듬다; ...이라고 생각하다; ...이라고 느끼다

English → Vietnamese - feel

Pronunciation
n. sờ mó, cãm giác
v. dò sét, bắt mạch
v. rờ rẫm

Definition of feel

Pronunciation
Verb
1. To use the sense of touch.
1. Copulative To become aware of through the skin; to use the sense of touch on.
You can feel a heartbeat if you put your fingers on your breast.
I felt hot and miserable all night.
2. Transitive To find one's way (literally or figuratively) by touching or using cautious movements.
I felt my way through the darkened room.
I felt my way cautiously through the dangerous business maneuver.
3. Intransitive To receive information by touch or by any neurons other than those responsible for sight, smell, taste, or hearing.
4. Intransitive To search by sense of touch.
He felt for the light switch in the dark.
2. To sense or think emotionally or judgmentally.
5. Transitive To experience an emotion or other mental state about.
I can feel the sadness in his poems.
6. Transitive To think, believe, or have an impression concerning.
I feel that we need to try harder.
7. Copulative To experience an emotion or other mental state.
He obviously feels strongly about it.
She felt even more upset when she heard the details.
8. Intransitive To sympathise; to have the sensibilities moved or affected.
I feel for you and your plight.
3. To be or become aware of.
4. To experience the consequences of.
Feel my wrath!
5. To seem (through touch or otherwise).
It looks like wood, but it feels more like plastic.
This is supposed to be a party, but it feels more like a funeral!
6. To understand.
I don't want you back here, ya feel me?
Noun
7. A quality of an object experienced by touch.
Bark has a rough feel.
8. A vague mental impression.
You should get a feel of the area before moving in.
9. An act of fondling.
She gave me a quick feel to show that she loves me.
10. A vague understanding.
I'm getting a feel for what you mean.
She has a feel for music.
12. Alternative form of feeling.
I know that feel.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: feeling
Present: feel (3.person: feels)
Past: felt
Future: will feel
Present conditional: would feel
Present Perfect: have felt (3.person: has felt)
Past Perfect: had felt
Future Perfect: will have felt
Past conditional: would have felt
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