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feeling
'fiːlɪŋ
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. The experiencing of affective and emotional states.
  2. An intuitive understanding of something.
  3. A physical sensation that you experience.
  4. The sensation produced by pressure receptors in the skin.
  5. A vague idea in which some confidence is placed.
  6. The general atmosphere of a place or situation and the effect that it has on people.
Hyphenationfeel•ing
Part of Speech(名) noun, (形) adjective
Matching Results
感情gǎnqíngfeeling; emotion; sensation; likes and dislikes; deep affection for somebody or something; relationship (i.e. love affair)
心情xīnqíngmood; frame of mind
同情tóngqíngto sympathize with; sympathy
体谅tǐliàngto empathize; to allow (for something); to show understanding; to appreciate
知觉zhījuéperception; consciousness
触觉chùjuétouch; sense of touch
感觉gǎnjuéto feel; to become aware of; feeling; sense; perception
衷心zhōngxīnheartfelt; wholehearted; cordial
情味qíngwèifeeling; flavor; sense
感觉到gǎnjué dàoto feel; to sense; to detect; to perceive; to become aware
suōfeel; to fondle
感觉得到gǎnjué dédàoto feel
feeling; emotion, fact, love; affection, nature; reason, (same as ) one's duty, responsibility; obligation, etc., to demand; to punish, to upbraid
情感qínggǎnfeeling; emotion; to move (emotionally)
juéto feel; to find that; thinking; awake; aware
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