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feeling /'fi:liɳ/
  • danh từ
    • sự sờ mó, sự bắt mạch
    • sự cảm thấy; cảm giác, cảm tưởng
      • a feeling of pain: cảm giác đau đớn
      • to have a feeling of safety: có cảm tưởng an toàn
    • sự cảm động, sự xúc động
      • it would be difficult for me to put into words the feelings I experienced: thật mà khó viết thành lời những sự xúc động mà tôi đã trải qua
    • sự thông cảm
    • (triết học) cảm tình
    • cảm nghĩ, ý kiến
      • the general feeling is against it: ý kiến chung là không đồng ý với vấn đề ấy
    • (nghệ thuật) cảm xúc; sức truyền cảm
    • sự nhạy cảm
      • to have a feeling for music: nhạy cảm về âm nhạc
    • (số nhiều) lòng tự ái
      • to hurt someone's feelings: chạm lòng tự ái của ai
  • tính từ
    • có cảm giác
    • có tình cảm
    • xúc cảm, cảm động
    • nhạy cảm
    • thật tình, chân thật; sâu sắc
      • a feeling pleasure: niềm vui thích chân thật
Concise Dictionary
feelings'fiːlɪŋ
noun
+the experiencing of affective and emotional states
+a vague idea in which some confidence is placed
+the general atmosphere of a place or situation and the effect that it has on people
+a physical sensation that you experience
+the sensation produced by pressure receptors in the skin
+an intuitive understanding of something

felt|feels|feelingfɪːl
noun
+an intuitive awareness
+the general atmosphere of a place or situation and the effect that it has on people
+a property perceived by touch
+manual stimulation of the genital area for sexual pleasure
verb
+undergo an emotional sensation
+come to believe on the basis of emotion, intuitions, or indefinite grounds
+perceive by a physical sensation, e.g., coming from the skin or muscles
+seem with respect to a given sensation given
+have a feeling or perception about oneself in reaction to someone's behavior or attitude
+undergo passive experience of:"We felt the effects of inflation"
+be felt or perceived in a certain way
+grope or feel in search of something
+examine by touch
+examine (a body part) by palpation
+find by testing or cautious exploration
+produce a certain impression
+pass one's hands over the sexual organs of

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 (sense of) touch, sensitivity, sense, perception, sensation, sensibility:
I had no feeling in my left side.
2 intuition, idea, notion, inkling, suspicion, belief, hunch, theory, sense; premonition, hint, presentiment, sense of foreboding, sensation, impression, opinion, view; instinct, consciousness, awareness:
I have a feeling you're fooling. Do you ever have the feeling of being watched?
3 regard, sympathy, empathy, identification, compassion, tenderness, appreciation, concern, understanding, sensitivity, sensibility:
He has a genuine feeling for animals.
4 ardour, warmth, passion, fervency, fervour, ardency, intensity, heat, sentiment, emotion, vehemence:
She said she loved me with so much feeling that I thought she meant it.
5 feelings. emotions, sensitivity, sympathies, sensibilities, susceptibilities:
She hurt my feelings.
6 feel, mood, atmosphere, climate, sense, air, ambience or ambiance:
There is a feeling of impending doom about this place.
adj.
7 sentient, sensitive, tender, tender-hearted, compassionate, sympathetic:
Their behaviour did the soldiers honour as feeling men.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
sth that you feel
1 [C] ~ (of sth) something that you feel through the mind or through the senses: a feeling of hunger / excitement / sadness + guilty feelings + I've got a tight feeling in my stomach. + (spoken) 'I really resent the way he treated me.' 'I know the feeling.' (= I know how you feel) + 'I'm going to miss you.' 'The feeling's mutual (= I feel exactly the same).'
idea / belief
2 [sing.] ~ (of sth)
~ (that ...) the idea or belief that a particular thing is true or a particular situation is likely to happen: He suddenly had the feeling of being followed. + I got the feeling that he didn't like me much. + I had a nasty feeling that we were lost.
attitude / opinion
3 [U, C] ~ (about / on sth) an attitude or opinion about sth: The general feeling of the meeting was against the decision. + I don't have any strong feelings about it one way or the other. + My own feeling is that we should buy the cheaper one. + She had mixed feelings about giving up her job. + Public feeling is being ignored by the government.
emotions
4 (feelings) [pl.] a person's emotions rather than their thoughts or ideas: He hates talking about his feelings. + I didn't mean to hurt your feelings (= offend you). + I kept off the subject of divorce so as to spare her feelings.
5 [U, C] strong emotion: She spoke with feeling about the plight of the homeless. + Feelings are running high (= people are very angry or excited).
understanding
6 [U] ~ (for sb/sth) the ability to understand sb/sth or to do sth in a sensitive way: She has a wonderful feeling for colour. + He played the piano with great feeling.
sympathy / love
7 [U] ~ (for sb/sth) sympathy or love for sb/sth: You have no feeling for the sufferings of others. + She still had a lot of feeling for David.
physical
8 [U] the ability to feel physically: I've lost all feeling in my legs. + Feeling gradually began to return to my frozen feet.
atmosphere
9 [sing.] the atmosphere of a place, situation, etc: They have managed to recreate the feeling of the original theatre. + The house had a feeling of neglect about it.
Idioms: bad / ill feeling (also bad / ill feelings especially in AmE) anger between people, especially after an argument or disagreement: There was a lot of bad feeling between the two groups of students.
more at HARD adj., SINK v., SPARE
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 sth that you feel/sense/believe

ADJ.

strong | definite, distinct | nagging, sneaking/sneaky, vague
I had a nagging feeling that I had forgotten something.
| glorious, good, great, marvellous, warm, wonderful
It was a good feeling to be arriving home again.
| horrible, nasty, queasy, sick, sinking, terrible, tight, uncomfortable, uneasy
He suddenly had a terrible sinking feeling in the pit of his stomach. I've got a tight feeling in my stomach.
| guilty | curious, eerie, odd, peculiar, strange | gut, instinctive
My gut feeling was that we couldn't trust her.
| general, popular, public
The general feeling of the meeting was against the decision.

VERB + FEELING

feel, get, have
He felt a wonderful warm feeling come over him. Do you get the feeling that we're not welcome here?
| give sb, leave sb with
She was left with the feeling that he did not care.
| know
(informal) ‘I really resent the way he treated me.’ ‘I know the feeling (= I know how you feel).’
| arouse, evoke, inspire
a case that has aroused strong public feeling

FEELING + VERB

come over sb | be mutual
‘I'm going to miss you.’ ‘The feeling's mutual (= I feel exactly the same).’

PREP.

~ about
I don't have any strong feelings about it one way or the other.
| ~ of
a feeling of excitement
| ~ on
What are your feelings on this issue?

2 feelings: emotions

ADJ.

deep, intense, strong | ambivalent, mixed
I had mixed feelings about meeting them again.
| positive, warm | hostile, negative | hurt, injured | inner, innermost, real, true | pent-up
releasing her pent-up feelings
| personal | religious | sexual

VERB + FEELING

experience, harbour, have, suffer
She experienced a whole range of feelings. He still harboured feelings of resentment. She was lucky that she had suffered no more than hurt feelings.
| express, give vent to, release, show, vent
He finds it difficult to express his feelings. I finally gave vent to my feelings and started yelling at him.
| articulate, describe, discuss, talk about
discussing his innermost feelings with me
| bottle up, hide, mask, repress, suppress
trying to hide her true feelings
| banish
He was determined to banish all feelings of guilt.
| hurt
I'm sorry if I've hurt your feelings.
| spare
We didn't tell Jane because we wanted to spare her feelings.
| arouse, engender, evoke, inspire
The debate aroused strong feelings on both sides.
| heighten
It was the practical aspect of life that heightened her feelings of loneliness and loss.
| understand | reciprocate, return
Although she did not reciprocate his feelings, she did not discourage him.

FEELING + VERB

come into sth
Personal feelings don't come into it?we have to do what's right.
| run high
Feelings were running high (= people were very angry or excited)as the meeting continued.

PREP.

~ for
It makes no difference to my feelings for you.
| ~ of
his feelings of grief
| ~ towards
her feelings of anger towards him

PHRASES

no hard feelings
(informal) Someone's got to lose. No hard feelings, Dave, eh?

3 understanding/sensitivity

ADJ.

great, wonderful

VERB + FEELING

have | develop
He had developed a feeling for when not to disturb her.

PREP.

with ~
She spoke with feeling about the plight of the homeless.
| ~ for
She has a wonderful feeling for colour.

4 sympathy/love

VERB + FEELING

have
You have no feeling for the sufferings of others.

PREP.

~ for
She still had a lot of feeling for David.

5 anger

ADJ.

bad, ill

VERB + FEELING

cause, create, lead to | stir up

PREP.

~ against
Their aim was to stir up feeling against the war.
| ~ between
There was a lot of bad feeling between the two groups of students.

6 ability to feel physically

VERB + FEELING

lose | regain

PREP.

~ in
After the accident he lost all feeling in his legs.

7 atmosphere

VERB + FEELING

create, recreate
They have managed to recreate the feeling of the original theatre.

PREP.

~ of
Light colours create a feeling of spaciousness.



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