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  • 1 feel 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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  • 2 feel — Ⅰ. feel UK US /fiːl/ verb [I or T] ► to experience something physical or emotional: »Steve s not feeling well so he s not in the office today. »We want our employees to feel good about coming to work. »In some companies, workers feel pressure to… …

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  • 3 feel — [fēl] vt. felt, feeling [ME felen < OE felan, akin to Ger fühlen & L palpare, to stroke < ? IE base * pel , to fly, flutter, cause to tremble > OE fīfealde, Ger falter, butterfly] 1. to touch or handle in order to become aware of;… …

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  • 4 feel it in one's bones — feel strongly about something; sense that something is going to happen …

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  • 5 feel — feel1 [ fil ] (past tense and past participle felt [ felt ] ) verb *** ▸ 1 have emotion/feeling ▸ 2 think particular way ▸ 3 touch to learn something ▸ 4 notice something (touching) ▸ 5 be affected by something ▸ 6 give someone a feeling ▸ 7 try… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 6 feel — I UK [fiːl] / US [fɪl] verb Word forms feel : present tense I/you/we/they feel he/she/it feels present participle feeling past tense felt UK [felt] / US past participle felt *** 1) a) [linking verb] to be in a particular state as a result of an… …

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  • 7 strongly — [ˈstrɒŋli] adv used for emphasizing that someone is very serious about what they say, feel, or believe I would strongly recommend that you don t pay him anything yet.[/ex] I feel strongly that the trial was unfair.[/ex] …

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  • 8 strongly — UK / US adverb 1) used for saying that you have a firm opinion about something Kristen believes strongly that the research will produce good results. I feel strongly that the trial was unfair. 2) used for emphasis when you are giving advice I… …

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  • 9 feel in one's bones — phrasal : to feel strongly and instinctively (as that something is true or false) : hold a strong opinion based on no concrete evidence * * * feel in one s bones To know instinctively, without proof • • • Main Entry: ↑bone …

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  • 10 feel — feel1 W1S1 [fi:l] v past tense and past participle felt [felt] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(feeling/emotion)¦ 2¦(notice)¦ 3¦(feel smooth/dry etc)¦ 4¦(feel good/strange/exciting etc)¦ 5¦(have an opinion)¦ 6 feel like (doing) something 7¦(touch)¦ 8 feel around/on/in …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 11 feel — 1 /fi:l/ verb past tense and past participle felt /felt/ 1 FEEL HAPPY/SICK ETC (linking verb, intransitive) to experience a particular feeling or emotion: You can never tell what he s feeling. | feel fine/sick/hungry/guilty etc: I m feeling a… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 12 feel — I n. (colloq.) to have a (good) feel for II v. 1) ( to believe ) to feel keenly, strongly 2) (D; intr.) ( to have an opinion ) to feel about (how do you feel about this problem?) 3) (d; intr.) ( to grope ) to feel (around) for (he felt in his… …

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  • 13 feel*/*/*/ — [fiːl] (past tense and past participle felt [felt] ) verb I 1) [linking verb] to be in a particular state as a result of an emotion or a physical feeling I was feeling quite cheerful when we set out.[/ex] Are you feeling ill?[/ex] I feel such a… …

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  • 14 feel — v. & n. v. (past and past part. felt) 1 tr. a examine or search by touch. b (absol.) have the sensation of touch (was unable to feel). 2 tr. perceive or ascertain by touch; have a sensation of (could feel the warmth; felt that it was cold). 3 tr …

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  • 15 strongly — strong|ly [ˈstrɔŋli US ˈstro:ŋ ] adv 1.) if you feel or believe in something strongly, you are very sure and serious about it ▪ I m strongly opposed to capital punishment. ▪ We strongly believe that she is innocent. ▪ I m strongly in favour of… …

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  • 16 feel — verb ADVERB ▪ deeply, strongly ▪ She felt her mother s death very deeply. ▪ really ▪ I really felt bad about what I had done. ▪ keenly …

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  • 17 feel — I. verb (felt; feeling) Etymology: Middle English felen, from Old English fēlan; akin to Old High German fuolen to feel, Latin palpare to caress Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. a. to handle or touch in order to examine, test, or… …

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  • 18 strongly — adv. Strongly is used with these adjectives: ↑apparent, ↑attached, ↑biased, ↑coloured, ↑committed, ↑critical, ↑dependent, ↑developed, ↑evident, ↑flavoured, ↑fortified, ↑ …

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  • 19 Wikipedia:Featured article candidates — Here, we determine which articles are to be featured articles (FAs). FAs exemplify Wikipedia s very best work and satisfy the FA criteria. All editors are welcome to review nominations; please see the review FAQ. Before nominating an article,… …

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  • 20 Alignment (Dungeons & Dragons) — In the Dungeons Dragons fantasy role playing game, alignment is a categorization of the ethical and moral perspective of people, creatures and societies. Early editions of Dungeons Dragons allowed players to choose between three alignments when… …

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