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  1. feel

    • IPA[fiːl]

    英式

    • v.
      be aware of (a person or object) through touching or being touched;be aware of (something happening) through physical sensation
    • n.
      an act of touching something to examine it.;the sense of touch
    • noun: feel, plural noun: feels

    • verb: feel, 3rd person present: feels, gerund or present participle: feeling, past tense: felt, past participle: felt

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. be aware of (a person or object) through touching or being touched:

      she felt someone touch her shoulder

      you can feel the soft grass beneath your feet

    • 2. be aware of (something happening) through physical sensation:

      she felt the ground give way beneath her

    • 3. examine or search by touch:

      he touched her head and felt her hair

      he felt around for the matches

    • 4. be capable of sensation:

      the dead cannot feel

    • 5. give a sensation of a particular physical quality when touched:

      the wool feels soft

    • 6. investigate something cautiously:

      they want to feel out the situation

    • 7. fondle someone surreptitiously and without their consent, for one's own sexual stimulation.
    • 8. experience (an emotion or sensation):

      I felt a sense of excitement

      she started to feel really sick

    • 9. consider oneself to be in a particular state or exhibiting particular qualities:

      he doesn't feel obliged to visit every weekend

      she felt such a fool

    • 10. have the strength and energy to do or deal with:

      after the accident she didn't feel up to driving

    • 11. be healthy and well:

      Ruth was not quite feeling herself

    • 12. be strongly affected by:

      he didn't feel the loss of his mother so keenly

      investors who have felt the effects of the recession

    • 13. have compassion for:

      poor woman—I do feel for her

    • 14. have a belief or impression, especially without an identifiable reason:

      she felt that the woman positively disliked her

    • 15. hold an opinion:

      I felt I could make a useful contribution

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act of touching something to examine it.
    • 2. the sense of touch:

      he worked by feel rather than using his eyes

    • 3. a sensation given by an object or material when touched:

      nylon cloth with a cotton feel

    • 4. the impression given by something:

      a cafe with a cosmopolitan feel

    • 5. feelings of heightened emotion:

      fans will undoubtedly get the feels when they see how things haven't changed

      I cry at everything, even the types of movies you wouldn't expect to give you all the feels

    • n.
      a kind of cloth made by rolling and pressing wool or another suitable textile accompanied by the application of moisture or heat, which causes the constituent fibers to mat together to create a smooth surface:
    • a felt hat
    • v.
      make into felt; mat together:
    • the wood fibers are shredded and felted together

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    • n.
      a kind of cloth made by rolling and pressing wool or another suitable textile accompanied by the application of moisture or heat, which causes the constituent fibres to mat together to create a smooth surface:
    • a felt hat
    • v.
      make into felt; mat together:
    • the fibres are shredded and felted together

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    • v. past and past participle of feel

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    • v. past and past participle of feel

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    • ph. feel humiliated, stupid, or insignificant

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    • ph. feel humiliated, stupid, or insignificant

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    • adj. causing a feeling of happiness and well-being:

    • a feel-good movie

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    • ph. (of a person or part of the body) feel unwell; have unpleasant sensations

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    • IPA[fēl]

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    • v.
      be aware of (a person or object) through touching or being touched:
    • she felt someone touch her shoulder
    • n.
      an act of touching something to examine it.

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