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Detailed Translations for feel from English to Spanish

feel:

Conjugations for feel:

present
  1. feel
  2. feel
  3. feels
  4. feel
  5. feel
  6. feel
simple past
  1. felt
  2. felt
  3. felt
  4. felt
  5. felt
  6. felt
present perfect
  1. have felt
  2. have felt
  3. has felt
  4. have felt
  5. have felt
  6. have felt
past continuous
  1. was feeling
  2. were feeling
  3. was feeling
  4. were feeling
  5. were feeling
  6. were feeling
future
  1. shall feel
  2. will feel
  3. will feel
  4. shall feel
  5. will feel
  6. will feel
continuous present
  1. am feeling
  2. are feeling
  3. is feeling
  4. are feeling
  5. are feeling
  6. are feeling
subjunctive
  1. be felt
  2. be felt
  3. be felt
  4. be felt
  5. be felt
  6. be felt
diverse
  1. feel!
  2. let's feel!
  3. felt
  4. feeling
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for feel:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
entender comprehension; grasp; notion; understanding
palpar feeling; scanning; sensing
pensar contriving; musing; thinking
percibir collecting
tocar tapping; touching
- feeling; flavor; flavour; look; smell; spirit; tactile property; tone
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
advertir feel; notice; observe; perceive; see; sense brief; call attention to; draw attention to; indicate; inform; instil; instill; make known; notice; notify; observe; point; point out; send word; show; signal; tell; tip off
compartir los sentimientos de be in sympathy with; conceive; feel; feel empathy for; imagine; intend; sympathise; sympathize; think
creer be in sympathy with; conceive; feel; feel empathy for; imagine; intend; sympathise; sympathize; think believe; believe in
darse cuenta de feel; notice; observe; perceive; see; sense become aware of; behold; cast a glance; cast a look; comprehend; contain; get; get to know; glance over; grasp; hold; notice; observe; perceive; realise; realize; see; see in; signal; skim; understand
entender be in sympathy with; conceive; feel; feel empathy for; imagine; intend; sympathise; sympathize; think be acquainted with; be on to; catch; comprehend; contain; get; get to know; grant; grasp; hear; hold; interpellate; interpret; interrogate; question; realise; realize; rumble to; see through; seize; snatch; sneak up on; subsidise; subsidize; take unaware; take up; tattle; twig; understand
entrever feel; notice; observe; perceive; see; sense
experimentar be in sympathy with; conceive; encounter; experience; feel; feel empathy for; imagine; intend; sympathise; sympathize; think bear; become aware of; behold; endure; experience; experiment; live through; notice; perceive; see; see in; stand; sustain; witness
identiicarse con be in sympathy with; conceive; feel; feel empathy for; imagine; intend; sympathise; sympathize; think
imaginarse be in sympathy with; conceive; feel; feel empathy for; imagine; intend; sympathise; sympathize; think
intuir be in sympathy with; conceive; feel; feel empathy for; imagine; intend; sympathise; sympathize; think anticipate; sense
manosear feel; grope; touch fiddle; fidget; finger; niggle; twiddle
observar feel; notice; observe; perceive; see; sense assent; attend; authenticate; become aware of; behold; blame; certify; confirm; eye; glance at; inspect; keep an eye on; look; look at; look on; monitor; notice; observe; perceive; ratify; rebuke; reprimand; see; see in; signal; spectate; uphold; view; watch; witness
opinar be in sympathy with; conceive; feel; feel empathy for; imagine; intend; sympathise; sympathize; think be of the opinion
palpar feel; grope; touch
pasar por encounter; experience; feel adjudicate; be reported to be; bear; call at; call on; come past; condemn; continue; drop by; drop in; endure; go on; go through; judge; live through; look for; look up; pass; pass for; pass through; seek out; sentence; stand; sustain; take it further; travel through; try; visit; walk past
pensar be in sympathy with; conceive; feel; feel empathy for; imagine; intend; sympathise; sympathize; think brood; cogitate; consider; contemplate; contrive; devise; invent; make up; meditate on; muse; muse on; ponder; ponder on; reflect; reflect on; regard; think; think along; think it over; think out; wonder
percibir feel; notice; observe; perceive; see; sense attend; become aware of; behold; charge; find; glance at; hold apart; keep an eye on; keep apart; levy; look at; notice; observe; perceive; see; see in; sense; signal; spectate; view; watch; witness
sentir be in sympathy with; conceive; encounter; experience; feel; feel empathy for; imagine; intend; sympathise; sympathize; think anticipate; be sorry; deeply regret; pity; regret; sense
tocar feel; grope; touch accrue to; affect; concern; fall to; glance; just touch; play; regard; stir; tag; tap; tick; touch; touch upon
- experience; find; finger; palpate; sense
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- be felt

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Related Definitions for "feel":

  1. manual stimulation of the genital area for sexual pleasure1
    • the girls hated it when he tried to sneak a feel1
  2. a property perceived by touch1
  3. an intuitive awareness1
    • he has a feel for animals1
    • it's easy when you get the feel of it1
  4. the general atmosphere of a place or situation and the effect that it has on people1
    • the feel of the city excited him1
  5. be conscious of a physical, mental, or emotional state1
    • My cold is gone--I feel fine today1
    • She felt tired after the long hike1
    • She felt sad after her loss1
  6. have a feeling or perception about oneself in reaction to someone's behavior or attitude1
    • She felt small and insignificant1
    • You make me feel naked1
    • I made the students feel different about themselves1
  7. come to believe on the basis of emotion, intuitions, or indefinite grounds1
    • I feel that he doesn't like me1
  8. examine by touch1
  9. pass one's hands over the sexual organs of1
    • He felt the girl in the movie theater1
  10. examine (a body part) by palpation1
    • The runner felt her pulse1
  11. undergo an emotional sensation or be in a particular state of mind1
    • She felt resentful1
    • He felt regret1
  12. perceive by a physical sensation, e.g., coming from the skin or muscles1
    • He felt the wind1
    • She felt an object brushing her arm1
    • He felt his flesh crawl1
    • She felt the heat when she got out of the car1
  13. undergo passive experience of:1
    • We felt the effects of inflation1
    • her fingers felt their way through the string quartet1
    • she felt his contempt of her1
  14. grope or feel in search of something1
    • He felt for his wallet1
  15. produce a certain impression1
    • It feels nice to be home again1
  16. find by testing or cautious exploration1
    • He felt his way around the dark room1
  17. be felt or perceived in a certain way1
    • The ground feels shaky1
    • The sheets feel soft1

Wiktionary Translations for feel:

feel
noun
  1. intuitive ability
  2. act of fondling
  3. vague understanding
  4. quality
  5. mental impression
verb
  1. -
  2. intransitive: to sympathise
  3. intransitive: to experience an emotion or other mental state
  4. copulative: to seem
  5. transitive: to think or believe
  6. transitive: to experience an emotion or other mental state about
  7. transitive: to sense by touch

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
feel percibir; sentir voelen — gewaarworden door aanraking, meestal met betrekking tot temperatuur of druk
feel sentir gevoelen — met het (innerlijk) gevoelszintuig gewaarworden
feel acostumbrarse; echar aarden — zich thuis voelen, wennen, gewoon worden
feel sentir spüren — etwas körperlich, mit dem Tastsinn wahrnehmen
feel palpar palper — Traductions à trier suivant le sens
feel sentir ressentir — Sentir, éprouver.
feel sentido; sentido corporal; significado senssignification, ce que quelque chose veut dire.
feel sensibilidad sensibilitéqualité par laquelle un sujet est sensible aux impressions physiques.
feel oler; sentir; olfatear sentir — Traductions à trier suivant le sens
feel estar en contacto; conmover touchermettre la main sur quelque chose.
feel palpar tâtertoucher, manier doucement une chose, pour savoir si elle est dure ou molle, sec ou humide, froide ou chaude, etc.

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