- vt. 触,摸 touch (sb/sth)
- vt. & vi. 由触摸而得知〔感觉到〕 get knowledge by touching with the fingers; explore or perceive sth by touching
- vt. & vi. 觉得,认为 be capable of sensation; be of the opinion
- [S]感觉,手感 the sensation caused by feeling sth
an intuitive awareness;
"he has a feel for animals"
"it's easy when you get the feel of it"
the general atmosphere of a place or situation and the effect that it has on people;
"the feel of the city excited him"
"a clergyman improved the tone of the meeting"
"it had the smell of treason"
a property perceived by touch
manual stimulation of the genital area for sexual pleasure;
"the girls hated it when he tried to sneak a feel"
undergo an emotional sensation or be in a particular state of mind;
"She felt resentful"
"He felt regret"
come to believe on the basis of emotion, intuitions, or indefinite grounds;
"I feel that he doesn't like me"
"I find him to be obnoxious"
"I found the movie rather entertaining"
perceive by a physical sensation, e.g., coming from the skin or muscles;
"He felt the wind"
"She felt an object brushing her arm"
"He felt his flesh crawl"
"She felt the heat when she got out of the car"
be conscious of a physical, mental, or emotional state;
"My cold is gone--I feel fine today"
"She felt tired after the long hike"
"She felt sad after her loss"
have a feeling or perception about oneself in reaction to someone's behavior or attitude;
"She felt small and insignificant"
"You make me feel naked"
"I made the students feel different about themselves"
undergo passive experience of:
"We felt the effects of inflation"
"her fingers felt their way through the string quartet"
"she felt his contempt of her"
be felt or perceived in a certain way;
"The ground feels shaky"
"The sheets feel soft"
grope or feel in search of something;
"He felt for his wallet"
examine by touch;
"Feel this soft cloth!"
"The customer fingered the sweater"
examine (a body part) by palpation;
"The nurse palpated the patient's stomach"
"The runner felt her pulse"
find by testing or cautious exploration;
"He felt his way around the dark room"
produce a certain impression;
"It feels nice to be home again"
pass one's hands over the sexual organs of;
"He felt the girl in the movie theater"
- Can you feel the tension in this room?
- Take a deep breath, and you will feel relaxed.
- She felt the child's forehead to see if he was feverish.
- The sheets feels smooth.
- I felt it advisable to do nothing.
- With the light off, we had to feel our way.
- The room has a nice cosy feel.
- She loved the feel of the sun on her skin.
- You can tell it's silk by the feel.
- The dead cannot feel.
- How do you feel today?
- She doesn't say much but she feels.
- He is a man who feels but seldom thinks.
- How does it feel to be home again after fifteen years abroad?
- He stood in the middle of the strange room and he felt a stranger.
- I don't feel the same at all as I did two weeks ago.
- Cotton feels soft.
- Silk feels smooth.
- My coat feels wet because it is raining outside.
- It feels cold outside.
- Facer felt very happy.
- The very sight of food makes me feel sick.
- He always felt guilty when he asked these sacrifices of her.
- People who get up early feel virtuous all morning and sleepy all afternoon.
- He is not feeling well this morning.
- Can we open the window?I feel hot.
- I felt very bad just now.
- He feels very bad about the error he has committed.
- I'm sorry I kept you waiting two hours,I feel very bad about it.
- Gara felt blue when he reread Mary's letters.
- There's often no reason for feeling blue, so we sometimes blame it on the weather.
- I would feel cheap if I wore my dresses as short as that!
- I feel so free without those tight clothes.
- Who feels free to choose his own life?
- Treat this house as your own, feel free.
- Feel free to go where you like.
- I felt small when I learned how badly I had misjudged him.
- The teacher made the girl feel small by making her stand in front of the class.
- They all felt rather worried.
- I felt rather puzzled at the words.
- He was beginning to feel very disheartened.
- She could not help feeling depressed.
- They all felt excited at the news that they had all passed the exam.
- So I feel entitled to ask you not to rule out the possibility.
- I felt bound to tell him what I was going to do.
- He did not feel inclined to get anything to drink.
- He didn't feel at liberty to mention it.
- She no longer felt in fighting mood.
- He feels the table.
- He felt his jacket.It was all wet.
- Feel the car seat.It's wet.
- The doctor felt my pulse.
- The boy felt a little stone in his shoes.
- Did you feel the earthquake?
- Do you feel any pain when I press here?
- She closed her eyes and felt the warmth of the sun on her face.
- Even the town council is now feeling the pitch.
- I do feel deeply the strength of the collective.
- I'm more than sixty.But I certainly don't feel my age.
- Not a word was spoken, but she could feel the hostility in the room.
- He seemed to feel the necessity of some slight explanation.
- The slaughter is feeling the edge of the knife to see whether it is sharp.
- It was so foggy that we had to feel our way home.
- They felt their way out when the light went out.
- I won't ask him directly.I'll feel my way first.
- He said he didn't have much experience and was still feeling his way.
- They feel the same way about the war.
- It was felt that she was perfectly capable of taking care of herself.
- The scarcity of public libraries in this city is keenly felt.
- The storm was felt severely on the coast.
- I felt the water to see whether it was too hot.
- We felt that we should succeed.
- I felt strongly that we should take some action.
- She felt that she had little energy left.
- I felt that the plan was all right.
- They felt that their own argument was as sound as that of their opponents.
- I feel (that) he will come.
- I feel that he has done his best.
- I don't feel that I completely understand it.
- I can't feel where the handle is.
- Feel whether the bone is broken.
- I feel as if it was going to rain.
- She felt as if her head were splitting.
- We all felt that to be the highest praise.
- He felt himself a person of importance.
- He now feels himself truly one of the fighters.
- He felt them to be right.
- He felt the plan to be unwise.
- She felt herself unworthy of the praise.
- He felt himself very foolish to do that.
- I felt myself unable to leave the students.
- Under the circumstances I feel it right that you should know.
- I feel it right that you should tell him the truth.
- He felt it his duty to save state property.
- I feel it my duty to do so.
- He felt it his duty to help others when they are in trouble.
- He felt it important to study the situation in Russia, so he began to learn Russian.
- I felt it necessary to speak about our shortcomings.
- We felt the house shake just now.
- I felt someone touch me on the arm.
- He felt his health improve.
- Suddenly we felt the atmosphere grow tense.
- Mr. Owen has been felt to give up the chance.
- He felt himself getting younger and younger.
- I felt my heart beating.
- I feel my health improving.
- I felt somebody patting me on the shoulder.
- Didn't you feel the ground trembling?
- I could feel the wind blowing on my face.
- Suddenly I felt some one picking my pocket.
- I can feel something sticking into my hand.
- I felt Tom watching me uncomfortably.
- During the process she could feel their friendly eyes watching her.
- I'm surprised you didn't feel your ears burning last night because we were talking about you.
- I felt myself lifted up.
- She felt herself called upon to do something to help.
- Never before had he felt himself so powerfully attracted to the idea.
- He felt a great weight taken off his mind.
- I felt myself at home.
- I felt everything in order.
- Wet soap has a greasy feel.
- Let us have a feel inside the bag.
- This is a kind of cloth rough to the feel.
- Your neck looks swollen—let me have a feel.
- I can tell she is quite ill by the feel of her forehead.
- I like the feel of this cloth; it has a warm woolly feel.
- The room had an eerie feel.
- You must develop a feel for words.
- feel about1 (v.+adv.)
摸索; 揣摩 search or examine (sth) without being able to see what one is doing
He felt about in the dark for the door handle.
He was feeling about for the light switch.
He felt about to find the cord.
When I got to the cinema, the film had already begun, so I had to feel about in the dark to find my seat.
I'm feeling about for an answer to our difficulties.
- feel about2 (v.+prep.)
对…有某种感觉〔看法〕 have an opinion about
- feel after (v.+prep.)
摸索着寻找; 揣摩 grope for; search for
feel after sth
The woman is always feeling after vanity.
It was dark and he felt after a box of matches.
- feel at (v.+prep.)
用手摸摸看 learn about by touching
feel at sth
Let's first feel at it.
- feel for (v.+prep.)
由于…而产生某种感情; 对(某人)产生某种感情 have a feeling (anger, love, etc.) because of (sth); have a feeling towards (sb)
feel for sth
I felt for my purse and found it gone.
I felt in my pocket for the key.
He felt for the electric light switch in the wall and turned it on.
He felt under the pillow for his watch.
他在枕头下面摸他的手表。feel for sb
I really felt for her when her husband died.
I feel for her in her sorrow.
We all feel for the family of the murdered.
我们都同情受害者的家属。feel sth for sb/sth
I don't feel any anger for the way I've been treated.
How is it possible to feel love for two men at the same time?
- feel like (v.+prep.)
想要… want (sth/doing sth)
- feel oneself
感觉正常,感到身体舒适 feel cheerful, well, and in one's usual state of mind
- feel out (v.+adv.)
试探,摸清(某人的想法) try to discover the opinion of (sb)
feel sb ⇔ out
Let's feel out our parents and see if they'll let us go.
He felt out his parents on that matter.
Could you feel the director out on the question of the view appointments?
- feel towards (v.+prep.)
对…有(某种感情) have (a feeling) with regard to (sb)
feel towards sb
How do you feel towards the new teacher?
你对这位新来的老师印象如何?feel sth towards sb
I don't feel any hatred towards the man who robbed me.
- feel up (v.+adv.)
对妇女动手动脚 touch (usually a girl or woman) as if making sexual advances
feel sb ⇔ up
The girl complained to the police that the man had been feeling her up on the train.
- feel up to (v.+adv.+prep.)
〈非正〉感到自己有能力〔有力气〕或适于(做某事); 感到能胜任(某事) feel able or fit for (sth or doing sth)
feel up to sth/v-ing
He doesn't feel up to the job.
I don't feel up to any more work today.
Do you feel up to this job?
“Do you feel up to a short walk?”“I'd like to go, but I just don't feel up to it.”
I don't feel up to going out tonight.
He didn't feel up to going such a long way after his recent illness.
He is so tired that he doesn't feel up to going shopping today.
Sometimes I feel up to finishing this book.
- feel with (v.+prep.)
同情(某人) sympathize with (sb)
feel sth with sth
I can feel the crack in my tooth with my tongue.
The gardener felt something hard with his spade.
这园林工感到铁锹碰到一个硬物。feel with sb
The whole nation feels with the families of those who were drowned in the great floods.
- get the feel of
开始熟悉(做)某事 become familiar with (doing) sth
- have a feel for
对某事物有敏锐的鉴赏力或很强的理解力 have a sensitive appreciation or an easy understanding of sth
- feel a draft 感到受冷落
- feel a fear 感到害怕,感到恐惧
- feel a friend's death 痛惜友人去世
- feel anger 感到生气
- feel earthquake 感到地震
- feel fatigue 感到疲劳
- feel gratitude 感激
- feel guilt 感到有罪
- feel hesitation 感到犹豫
- feel horror 感到恐惧
- feel importance 感到重要
- feel inconvenience 感到不便
- feel indignation 感到义愤
- feel infidelity 感到不忠
- feel insult 感到受凌辱
- feel interest 感兴趣
- feel jealousy 感到嫉妒
- feel joy 感到快乐
- feel loss 感受损失
- feel music 体验到音乐的感染力
- feel necessity 认识到必要性
- feel no pain 感觉不痛
- feel one's age 觉得老了,觉得累了
- feel one's ears burning 觉得有人议论
- feel one's feet 能独立行走
- feel one's legs 能独立行走
- feel one's oats 感到精神饱满
- feel one's way 摸索前进,谨慎行事
- feel pleasure 感到快乐
- feel poetry 为诗歌而感动
- feel pulse 摸某人的脉搏
- feel regret 感到后悔
- feel resentment 感到不满
- feel sorrow 感到悲哀
- feel sympathy 感到同情
- feel the pinch 感到经济拮据
- feel threat 认识到威胁
- feel afraid 感到害怕
- feel better 感到好些
- feel blue 感到沮丧,情绪低落
- feel cheap 感到惭愧,觉得丢脸〔难为情〕
- feel cold 觉得发冷
- feel contempt 感到受辱
- feel faint 感到头晕
- feel good 感到满意
- feel happy 感到幸福
- feel helpless 感到无能为力
- feel hot 觉得发热
- feel hungry 感到饿
- feel ill 感到难受极了
- feel lonely 感到孤独
- feel nervous 感到紧张
- feel small 感到卑微〔丢脸、惭愧〕
- feel tired 觉得疲劳
- feel touched 受感动
- feel warm 感到温暖
- feel weak 感到浑身乏力
- feel worse 感到更难受
- feel acutely 敏锐地感觉到
- feel affectionately 深情地感受到
- feel amiably 和蔼地抚摸
- feel carefully 小心地摸索
- feel compassionately 同情地感受到
- feel congenially 心心相印地感到
- feel deeply 深深地感觉到
- feel exquisitely 强烈地感觉到
- feel genuinely 真正觉察到
- feel graciously 亲切地感受到
- feel intensely 强烈地感受到
- feel intuitively 凭直觉感到
- feel keenly 强烈地感觉到
- feel kindly 亲切地感觉到
- feel morbidly 恐怖地觉察到
- feel mutually 相互抚摸
- feel philanthropically 慈祥地爱抚
- feel poetically 诗情画意般地感到
- feel profoundly 深深地感觉到
- feel severely 强烈地感觉到
- feel softly 微微地感觉到
- feel spiritually 从心灵上感受到
- feel strongly 强烈地感觉到
- feel sweetly 亲切地爱抚
- feel triumphantly 高兴地感到
- feel turbulently 强烈地感到
- feel tyrannically 暴虐性地触摸
- feel vehemently 热切地感到
- feel vindictively 报复性地触摸
- feel about 摸索
- feel out 探出,摸清
- feel out the situation 摸清情况
- feel bad about 对…感到过意不去
- feel after 摸索,探寻
- feel after the handle 摸索把手
- feel at 用手摸…
- feel at a loss 感到心慌,感到不知所措
- feel at home 感到习惯〔舒服、自在〕
- feel at home in 精通…
- feel for 同情,怜悯,找寻,摸索
- feel for the enemy 搜索敌人
- feel in one's bones 预感,直觉
- feel in the pocket for 在口袋里摸…
- feel like 觉得,像要…似的,摸起来像…似的
- feel like a million dollars 精力充沛
- feel like death 脸色不好,感到很疲倦
- feel like two cents 感到惭愧
- feel of 摸着检查,摸着检验
- feel certain of 对…确信无疑
- feel sure of 肯定
- feel of sb's hands 摸某人的手
- feel out of place 觉得拘束,感到不自在
- feel under the weather 感到不舒服
- feel up to 能担任,有能力做
- feel up to the work 能胜任这项工作
- feel with 同情,与…有共同感情
- feel with sb in 对某人的…表示同情
- develop a feel for 养成…的直觉
- get the feel of 习惯于…,对…熟悉起来
- have a feel 摸摸，摸一摸
- like the feel of 喜欢摸…,喜欢…的手感
- cold feel 寒冷的感觉
- festive feel 节日气氛
- greasy feel 摸上去油腻的感觉
- rough feel 摸上去粗糙的感觉
- smooth feel 摸上去光滑的感觉
- soft feel 摸上去柔软的感觉
- sticky feel 摸上去黏滋滋的感觉
- warm feel 摸上去暖呼呼的感觉
- woolly feel 摸上去像羊毛似的感觉
He felt the leaves of the rubber plant, taking them in turn between thumb and forefinger.出自： W. Trevor
- feel用作及物动词的基本意思是“触摸,感觉到”,引申可作“蒙受,遭受”“相信,认为”“直接感觉到”解。可接名词、代词作宾语,也可接由that、疑问词或as if引导的从句作宾语。feel还可接复合宾语,其宾语补足语可由“(to be+) n./adj./prep. -phrase”充当,也可由动词不定式、现在分词或过去分词充当。当表示宾语的动作已完成时通常接动词不定式; 表示宾语的动作正在进行时接现在分词,表示被动或完成意义时接过去分词。
- feel, sense
- feel是常用词,含义广泛,可表示感官、情感、想法等; sense是正式用词,指“隐约感到”,不可跟表示“冷,热,饿”等的名词或形容词。试比较:
- I felt cold.
- I sensed danger.
- He did not feel like eating anything.
- He did not feel like anything to eat.
- They began to feel their pockets to find out whether the coin was there.(BrE)
- They began to feel of their pockets to find out whether the coin was there.(AmE)
- I felt my heart beat violently.
- I felt my heart beating violently.
- feel, feeling
- I have a feel〔feeling〕 of cold.我感觉到冷。
- He doesn't care about the feelings of others.别人的心情他不管。
误 He could feel a great weight taking off his mind.
正 He could feel a great weight taken off his mind.
析 feel后可接现在分词或过去分词作宾补,其区别在于:若宾语是该动作的受动者就用过去分词; 若宾语是该动词的施动者则用现在分词。我感到不舒服。
误 I felt myself uncomfortable.
正 I felt uncomfortable.
误 I often feel like to change my job.
正 I often feel like changing my job.
析 feel like作“想要”解,其中的like是介词,后面可跟名词或动名词,而不能跟动词不定式。罗密欧爱上了朱丽叶。
误 Romeo felt in love with Juliet.
正 Romeo fell in love with Juliet.
析 feel(felt, felt)的意思是“感觉”, fall(fell, fallen)的意思是“掉”。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的felan，意为触摸，接触；最初源自古日耳曼语的folijanan，意为摸索。