Definition of have a feel for in English:

have a feel for

Have a sensitive appreciation or an intuitive understanding of: you have to have a feel for animals
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  • He has always had a feel for what the audience wants and never knowingly undersells a great event or oversells a poor event.
  • I really have a feel for what regular people like.
  • I don't have a feel for who I think is going to win this election.
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