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feel [feels] (act of fondling)
noun
[UK: fiːl]
[US: ˈfiːl]

caricianoun
{f}

feel [felt, feeling, feels] (copulative: to seem)
verb
[UK: fiːl]
[US: ˈfiːl]

parecerverbIt feels like rain. = Parece que va a llover.

feel [felt, feeling, feels] (intransitive: to sympathise)
verb
[UK: fiːl]
[US: ˈfiːl]

compadecerverb

sentirloverbI can feel it. = Puedo sentirlo.

feel [feels] (intuitive ability)
noun
[UK: fiːl]
[US: ˈfiːl]

talentonoun
{m}

feel [feels] (mental impression)
noun
[UK: fiːl]
[US: ˈfiːl]

aspectonoun
{m}

feel [feels] (quality)
noun
[UK: fiːl]
[US: ˈfiːl]

tactonoun
{m}
Silk feels soft. = La tela tiene un tacto suave.

feel [felt, feeling, feels] (transitive: to sense by touch)
verb
[UK: fiːl]
[US: ˈfiːl]

sentirverbI feel bad. = Me siento mal.

tocarverb

feel [felt, feeling, feels] (transitive: to think or believe)
verb
[UK: fiːl]
[US: ˈfiːl]

creerverbAsk however many times you feel is necessary. = Preguntá cuantas veces creas necesario.

feel [feels] (vague understanding)
noun
[UK: fiːl]
[US: ˈfiːl]

ideanoun
{f}

feel [felt, feeling, feels] verb
[UK: fiːl]
[US: ˈfiːl]

sentirseverbHe began to feel ill. = Empezó a sentirse mal.

feel like (have a desire for something, or to do something)
verb

apetecerverb

estar por la laborverb

tener ganas deverb

feel like (perceive oneself to resemble)
verb

sentirse comoverb

feeler [feelers] (an antenna or appendage used to feel, as on an insect)
noun
[UK: ˈfiː.lə(r)]
[US: ˈfiː.lər]

antenanoun
{f}
The snail drew in its feelers. = El caracol retrajo sus antenas.

feeler gauge (set of thin strips for measuring)
noun

calibre fijonoun

galganoun

feeling [feelings] (emotion)
noun
[UK: ˈfiːl.ɪŋ]
[US: ˈfiːl.ɪŋ]

emociónnoun
{f}
The actor played the part with feeling. = El actor hizo su papel con emoción.

sentimientonoun
{m}
The feeling is mutual. = El sentimiento es mutuo.

feeling (emotionally sensitive)
adjective
[UK: ˈfiːl.ɪŋ]
[US: ˈfiːl.ɪŋ]

sentimentaladjective

feeling [feelings] (in plural: emotional state or well-being)
noun
[UK: ˈfiːl.ɪŋ]
[US: ˈfiːl.ɪŋ]

sentimientosnoun
{m}
He is devoid of human feeling. = Él carece de sentimientos humanos.

feeling [feelings] (intuition)
noun
[UK: ˈfiːl.ɪŋ]
[US: ˈfiːl.ɪŋ]

corazonadanoun
{f}

intuiciónnoun

presentimientonoun
{m}

feeling [feelings] (sensation)
noun
[UK: ˈfiːl.ɪŋ]
[US: ˈfiːl.ɪŋ]

sensaciónnounI have a funny feeling. = Tengo una sensación rara.

are you feeling better (familiar)
phrase

¿estás mejor?phrase

cop a feel (to stealthily fondle someone)
verb

meter manoverb

gut feeling (an instinct or intuition)
noun
[UK: ɡʌt ˈfiːl.ɪŋ]
[US: ˈɡət ˈfiːl.ɪŋ]

corazonadanoun
{f}

presentimientonoun
{m}

mixed feelings noun
[UK: mɪkst ˈfiː.lɪŋz]
[US: ˈmɪkst ˈfiː.lɪŋz]

sentimientos encontradosnoun

mouthfeel (texture perceived by mouth)
noun

textura en bocanoun
{f}

no hard feelings (no resentment)
phrase

sin resentimientosphrase

unfeeling (without emotion or sympathy)
adjective
[UK: ʌn.ˈfiːl.ɪŋ]
[US: ʌn.ˈfiːl.ɪŋ]

desalmadoadjective

impasibleadjective

inconmovibleadjective

insensibleadjective