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feels
English - Vietnamese Dictionary
feel /fi:l/
  • danh từ
    • sự sờ mó
      • soft to the feel: sờ thấy mềm
    • xúc giác
    • cảm giác (khi sờ mó)
    • cảm giác đặc biệt (của cái gì)
      • the feel of wet sawdust: cảm giác mùn cưa ướt khi sờ mó vào
    • to acquire (get) the feel of something
      • nắm chắc được cái gì, sử dụng thành thạo được cái gì
  • ngoại động từ felt
    • sờ mó
      • to feel one's way: dò dẫm đường đi; thận trọng tiến bước
    • thấy, cảm thấy, có cảm giác, có cảm tưởng
      • to feel a pain: cảm thấy đau
      • he feels the criticism keenly: hắn ta cảm thấy thấm thía lời phê bình
    • chịu đựng
      • to feel someone's vengeance: chịu đựng sự trả thù của ai
    • chịu ảnh hưởng
      • ship feels her helm: tàu ăn theo tay lái
    • (quân sự) thăm dò, dò thám
    • (y học) bắt, sờ
      • to feel someone's pulse: bắt mạch ai; (nghĩa bóng) thăm dò ý định của ai
  • nội động từ felt
    • sờ, sờ soạng, dò tìm
      • to feel for something: dò tìm cái gì, sờ soạng tìm cái gì
    • cảm thấy
      • to feel certain that: cảm thấy, chắc rằng
      • to feel cold: cảm thấy lạnh
      • to feel happy: cảm thấy sung sướng
    • hình như, có cảm giác như
      • air feels chilly: không khí hình như lạnh
      • this cloth feels like velvet: vải này sờ có cảm giác như nhung
    • cảm nghĩ là, cho là
      • if that's the way you feel about it: nếu anh cho là như thế, nếu ý anh là như thế
    • cảm thông, cảm động
      • to feel for (with) someone in his sorrow: cảm thông với nỗi đau đớn của ai
    • to feel up to
      • (thông tục) thấy có đủ sức để, thấy có thể (làm được việc gì)
    • to feel cheap
      • (xem) cheap
    • to feel like doing something
      • thấy muốn làm việc gì, thấy thích làm việc gì
    • to feel like putting somebody on
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) có ý muốn giúp đỡ ai
    • it feels like rain
      • trời có vẻ muốn mưa
    • to feel one's legs (feet)
      • đứng vững
    • (nghĩa bóng) cảm thấy thoải mái, cảm thấy dễ chịu
    • to feel quite oneself
      • thấy sảng khoái
    • tự chủ
      • to feel someone out: thăm dò ý kiến của ai, thăm dò thái độ của ai
Concise Dictionary
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
v.
1 touch, see, note, sense, perceive, experience, determine; handle, manipulate, finger:
Feel how rough the skin is at this spot.
2 stroke, caress, pet, fondle:
I like to feel a bare carpet with my toes.
3 sense, be conscious of, perceive, be aware or sensible of, experience:
I could feel the heat of the fire across the room.
4 sense, believe, think, perceive, judge, consider, deem, know, discern, intuit, Colloq get or have the impression, have a hunch, guess, have a (funny) feeling, feel in one's bones:
I feel I have outstayed my welcome.
5 undergo, sense, suffer, bear, endure, withstand, stand, abide, brook, tolerate, go through:
Let the other team feel the agony of defeat for a change.
6 seem, appear, strike one, give the impression, have a or the feeling:
It felt as if a great weight has been lifted from me. It feels like old times. That feels silky.
7 seem to be, be, regard or characterize oneself as, take oneself to be:
I feel certain that we've met before. I felt a perfect fool.
8 feel for. sympathize or empathize with, commiserate with, bleed for, be sorry for, pity, have compassion for:
She feels for all mothers whose sons have died.
9 feel like. incline or lean to or towards, prefer, fancy, want, desire, crave:
I feel like a cup of hot tea.
n.
10 texture, surface, sensation, touch, finish:
This wood has the feel of satin.
11 feeling, air, atmosphere, climate, ambience, sense, note, tone, quality:
It's so cosy here - it has the feel of home.


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