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feel

Pronunciation: /fiːl/

Translation of feel in French:

n

  • 3to get the feel of se faire à [controls, system] to have a feel for language bien savoir manier la langue

vt (prét, pp felt)

  • 2 (believe) to feel (that) estimer que
  • 5 avoir conscience de [presence, tension]

vi (prét, pp felt)

  • 1 se sentir [sad, happy, nervous, safe, ill, tired]; être [sure, surprised]; avoir l'impression d'être [trapped, betrayed] to feel afraid/ashamed avoir peur/honte to feel hot/thirsty avoir chaud/soif to feel as if or as though avoir l'impression que she isn't feeling herself today elle n'est pas dans son assiette aujourd'hui [fam]
  • 2 (seem) être [cold, smooth]; avoir l'air [eerie] it feels odd ça fait drôle it feels like (a) Sunday on se croirait un dimanche
  • 4to feel (around or about) in fouiller dans [bag, pocket, drawer] to feel along tâtonner le long de [edge, wall]

Phrasal verbs

feel for

feel (around) for [sth] chercher [qch] à tâtons
feel for [sb] plaindre

feel up to

feel up to (doing) sth se sentir d'attaque [fam] or assez bien pour (faire) qch

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