English vocabulary and translations (See all)
I have the feeling that she won't call me. I don't think she will call me.
to feel: to sense, to be aware, to detect; to touch, to handle
I don't feel very well, I think I'm going to be sick.
This is an irregular verb:
I feel / I felt / I have felt
How would you feel about (a walk by the sea?): Would you like, what are your thoughts about (a walk by the sea?)
UK: Are you feeling better?
US: I think I have feelings for you.
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- "I feel slightly less lonely."
- "Edward : I'm feeling a bit nervous, Brian."
- "So lonely, feel so lonely."
- "I've never felt so proud to be your father!"
- "As I get older, however, I must admit, my feelings on family have changed, rather dramatically in fact."
- "If you're feeling a little bit peckish, I also have some lobster tails and some caviar in the kitchen."
- "Who else feels this product is stupid?"
- "For the first time in a long while, I feel uninspired and quite frankly, I'm tired."
- "Baby number 3 : I am feeling absolutely stupendous, old chap!"
- "When we crossed paths in the corridor last month, I felt something deep in my bosom. At first I thought it was destiny, but now I realize it was your hand touching me inappropriately."
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