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  • 161Feel the Fire — may refer to: * Feel The Fire (Overkill album), an album by thrash metal band Overkill * Feel The Fire (Astroline), a single by Eurohouse project Astroline …

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  • 162Feel Like Makin' Love — is the name of at least two notable songs: * Feel Like Makin Love (Roberta Flack song), a 1974 song by Roberta Flack * Feel Like Makin Love (Bad Company song), a 1975 song by Bad Company …

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  • 163Feel the Steel — Album par Steel Panther Sortie 9 juin 2009 …

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  • 164feel-good — /feel good /, adj. Informal. intended to make one happy or satisfied: a feel good movie; feel good politics. [1975 80, Amer.] * * * …

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  • 165Feel Euphoria — Album par Spock s Beard Sortie 8 Juillet 2003 Durée 73:00 Genre Rock progressif Label InsideOut Music …

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  • 166Feel the Fire — Album par Overkill Sortie 1985 Enregistrement 1985 Pyramid Studios, New York, USA Durée 40:13 Genre Thrash metal Producteur …

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  • 167feel strongly about sth — ► to have a strong opinion about something: »The logo is not something we feel strongly about. Main Entry: ↑feel …

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  • 168feel the pinch — ► to have problems with money because the things you need are too expensive or because your income has been reduced : »As oil prices rise, manufacturers are starting to feel the pinch. Main Entry: ↑feel …

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  • 169feel-good — UK US /ˈfiːlgʊd/ adjective [before noun] ► used to describe something that makes people feel happy: »It was more of a feel good event to motivate employees than a serious business conference …

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  • 170feel fine — feel OK, feel all right, feel well …

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  • 171feel the pinch — feel a little bit poorer, feel there is less money    Now that we have only one income, we feel the pinch …

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  • 172feel someone out — feel (someone) out to try to find out someone s opinions or thoughts without being obvious. Why don t you feel them out to see if they ll invite me too? I need time to feel out the boss before asking for more money …

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  • 173feel out — feel (someone) out to try to find out someone s opinions or thoughts without being obvious. Why don t you feel them out to see if they ll invite me too? I need time to feel out the boss before asking for more money …

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  • 174feel like something — feel like (something) 1. to seem likely to do something. It feels like rain. 2. to have a desire to do or to have something. I feel like Chinese food. Carol doesn t feel like a movie tonight …

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  • 175feel like — (something) 1. to seem likely to do something. It feels like rain. 2. to have a desire to do or to have something. I feel like Chinese food. Carol doesn t feel like a movie tonight …

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  • 176feel sick to your stomach — feel sick to (your) stomach American & Australian if something makes you feel sick to your stomach, it is so unpleasant that it makes you feel ill. Looking at those pieces of raw meat I felt sick to my stomach …

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  • 177feel sick to stomach — feel sick to (your) stomach American & Australian if something makes you feel sick to your stomach, it is so unpleasant that it makes you feel ill. Looking at those pieces of raw meat I felt sick to my stomach …

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  • 178feel at home — If you feel relaxed and comfortable somewhere or with someone, you feel at home …

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  • 179feel-good — feel′ good adj. inf Informal. intended to make one happy or satisfied: a feel good movie; feel good politics[/ex] • Etymology: 1975–80, amer …

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