- 1 1.1 u (physical sensitivity) sensibilidad (f) I have no feeling in my fingers no tengo sensibilidad en los dedosMore example sentences1.2 c (physical sensation) sensación (f) a feeling of tiredness/nausea una sensación de cansancio/náusea
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- Jack wasn't sure if he was going blind, or just crazy, but he lost all feeling, all sense.
- For a prosthetic heel to be successful it would need to be covered in skin which has feeling and sensation.
- The disease leaves her with pain, loss of feeling and a burning sensation in her hands meaning she cannot drive for any length of time.
- Remember how it feels on deck because you want the same feeling in the water.
- The cold feeling of slowly moving water slid over her, until there was only darkness.
- A young child paddles in the sea for the first time, fascinated by the pleasant feeling of the water.
- 2 2.1 u (sincere emotion) sentimiento (m) she played the piece with real feeling interpretó la pieza con mucho sentimiento once more, with feeling [humorístico/humorous] a ver, otra vez, pero con más entusiasmo 2.2 c (emotional sensation) sensación (f) a feeling of joy/isolation una sensación de alegría/aislamientoMore example sentences
More example sentences2.3 u (affection) (usu pl) sentimiento (m) the only feeling I have for you is one of pity lo único que siento por ti or lo único que me inspiras es lástima 2.4
- While he denies he has a chip on his shoulder, this gut class feeling is a strong motivation behind his desire for success.
- And if you fell in love with me so long ago it only makes this feeling stronger, right?
- The strong feeling of love and the longing to commit is perfectly conveyed in marriage.
(feelings pl)(sensitivity) sentimientos (mpl) it appeals to man's higher feelings apela a los sentimientos más elevados del hombre I won't spare your feelings voy a serte franco, no voy a andar con rodeos to hurt sb's feelings herir* los sentimientos de algn don't say that, you'll hurt her feelings no digas eso, la vas a herir or le va a doler no hard feelings one of us had to win; no hard feelings, eh? uno de los dos tenía que ganar; no nos guardemos rencor ¿eh? she had no hard feelings about him telling the boss no le guardaba rencor por habérselo contado al jefe
- He still frightens me a little, because I know nothing about him, yet my feelings have only grown stronger.
- Those feelings had only grown stronger since he'd come to the university.
- You've changed a lot since then, and my feelings have only grown stronger.
- 3 3.1 u c (sentiment) sentir (m) bad o ill feeling resentimiento (m) 3.2 c u (opinion) opinión (f) what are your feelings on the matter? ¿tú que opinas del asunto?More example sentences
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- He saw more clearly than any of these other guys how strong that feeling was.
- There's a strong general feeling among our members that consumers are not receptive to milk from cloned cows.
- I didn't have a real strong feeling about anything until I started playing music.
- It all feels so lacking in genuine feeling, genuine emotion, genuine interest.
- He was going back to the place where there was no feeling, because emotion and love were not allowed.
- Silence, when used appropriately and in context, will add emotion and feeling to the video.
- 4 (no pl) 4.1 (sensitivity, appreciation) (to have) a feeling for sth tener* sensibilidad para algo, saber* apreciar algo you've no feeling for art no tienes sensibilidad para lo artístico, no sabes apreciar el arte 4.2 (intuition, impression) sensación (f), impresión (f) I've a feeling that he knows already tengo or me da la sensación or la impresión de que ya lo sabeMore example sentences
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- I have a vague feeling that these different kinds and genres of rants will keep coming and going as this post progresses.
- The enterprise seems foolhardy, and Stewart does not justify it beyond a vague feeling that he wants adventure.
- I had a vague feeling that we were kind of heading in that direction in our relationship, but I had expected him to say it first.
- I think it's permissible, after working on your favourite virus for over 20 years, to develop some sort of feeling for it.
- The singer has an even, rounded tone, an apposite feeling for ornament and an ability to phrase with sprightly elegance.
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