English to Arabic Meaning of feel - يشعر

Feel :

يشعر, تجربة, تدرك, تلمس, تصور شعور, تعلم, يتعلق, عد, يعتبر, تحديد, مكالمة, إحساس, قبض على, مشتبه فيه, نرى, نظرة, افترض, يفكر, بدا, يصدق, يفهم، يمسك، يقبض, التمكن من, تميز - تدرك, يستفسر, تفهم, اعتقد

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Definitions of feel in English
Noun(1) an intuitive awareness(2) the general atmosphere of a place or situation and the effect that it has on people(3) a property perceived by touch(4) manual stimulation of the genital area for sexual pleasure
Verb(1) undergo an emotional sensation or be in a particular state of mind(2) come to believe on the basis of emotion, intuitions, or indefinite grounds(3) perceive by a physical sensation, e.g., coming from the skin or muscles(4) be conscious of a physical, mental, or emotional state(5) have a feeling or perception about oneself in reaction to someone's behavior or attitude(6) undergo passive experience of(7) be felt or perceived in a certain way(8) grope or feel in search of something(9) examine by touch(10) examine (a body part(11) find by testing or cautious exploration(12) produce a certain impression(13) pass one's hands over the sexual organs of
Examples of feel in English
(1) Many women feel uneasy about taking medications during pregnancy.(2) But what makes this movie so much fun is the authentic retro feel .(3) the dead cannot feel(4) this place has the feel of a graveyard(5) When you feel comfortable on one foot with your eyes open, close them.(6) The best way to tell a ripe avocado is by feel .(7) she started to feel really sick(8) The NRC developed a new enzyme, designed to make hemp feel softer but remain durable.(9) Their bumpy quality comes from the raised relief so blind people can identify different bills by feel .(10) The girls were dancing about and the men were trying to get a feel as they walked by, and things were getting out of hand.(11) After you feel the situation out you can take appropriate action.(12) it has a good solid feel to it(13) if you feel strongly about it, you must speak out(14) I like the feel of sand on my feet(15) she didn't feel it necessary to do it again(16) the hotel has a traditional feel
Related Phrases of feel
(1) to feel ::
(2) feel good ::
أشعر أنني بحالة جيدة
(3) feel like ::
تشعر وكأنك
(4) feel better ::
يشعر على نحو أفضل
(5) feel sick ::
أشعر بالمرض
(6) feel down ::
أشعر بالإحباط
(7) feel bad ::
اشعر بالسوء
(8) feel well ::
اشعر بتحسن
1. touch ::
لمس. اتصال. صلة
2. perceive ::
تصور شعور
3. experience ::
4. grope ::
5. test ::
6. believe ::
7. sense ::
8. seem ::
9. finger ::
اصبع اليد
10. find ::
11. palpate ::
13. texture ::
14. atmosphere ::
الغلاف الجوي
15. aptitude ::
16. spirit ::
Different Forms
feel, feels
Word Example from TV Shows
I'm kidding,
I want you to feel at home here.

I'm kidding, I want you to FEEL at home here.

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 7

How do you feel about that?

How do you FEEL about that?

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 2

I got something
that'll make you feel better.

I got something that'll make you FEEL better.

Breaking Bad Season 3, Episode 9

What do we push if
we feel uncomfortable?

What do we push if we FEEL uncomfortable?

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 19

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