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English-German translation for: to feel
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VERB  to feel | felt | felt ... 
to feelfühlen
to feelsichAkk. fühlen
to feel [afraid, wretched etc.]zu Muthe sein [histor. Schreibung] [zumute sein]
to feel [of objects: feel strange, rough, etc.]sich anfühlen [von Objekten: sich seltsam, rau etc. anfühlen]
to feel [pleasant, rough, etc.]sich angreifen [österr.] [sonst regional] [sich anfühlen]
Keywords contained
to feel sb. [coll.]jdn. betatschen [ugs.] [sexuell]
to feel sb. [coll.]jdn. verstehen
to feel sb. [touch]jdn. anfassen [berühren]
to feel sb./sth. [touch, examine]jdn./etw. abgreifen [abtasten]
to feel sth.etw.Akk. befühlen
to feel sth.etw.Akk. spüren
to feel sth.etw.Akk. verspüren
to feel sth. [believe]an etw.Akk. glauben [das Gefühl haben]
to feel sth. [identify by touch, e.g. a bump]etw.Akk. ertasten [z. B. eine Beule]
to feel sth. [sense, perceive]etw.Akk. empfinden
to feel sth. [sense]etw.Akk. erfühlen [geh.]
to feel sth. [to examine by touching or handling]etw.Akk. betasten
to feel sth. [touch, examine]etw.Akk. abtasten
to feel abashedsichAkk. schämen
to feel abashed [ashamed]beschämt sein
to feel addressedsichAkk. angesprochen fühlen
to feel adrift [idiom]durcheinander sein [Redewendung]
to feel afraidsichAkk. verängstigt fühlen
to feel aggrievedsichAkk. beeinträchtigt fühlen
to feel aggrievedsichAkk. beschwert fühlen
to feel aggrievedsichAkk. gekränkt fühlen
to feel alienatedsichAkk. außen vor fühlen
to feel antsy [Am.] [coll.] [feel restless]sich ruhelos fühlen
to feel appreciatedsich geschätzt fühlen
to feel awkwardpeinlich berührt sein
to feel badsichAkk. schlecht fühlen
to feel bad [ill, sick]sichAkk. krank fühlen
to feel betterbessergehen [nur unpersönlich: es geht mir/dir/usw. besser] [Empfindung, z. B. nach Krankheit]
to feel bettersichAkk. besser fühlen
to feel blessedsichAkk. glücklich schätzen [geh.] [Redewendung]
to feel bloatedsichAkk. aufgebläht fühlen
to feel bluedeprimiert sein
to feel blue [idiom]traurig sein
to feel boredsichAkk. langweilen
to feel broody [coll.] [of a woman]den Wunsch nach einem Kind verspüren
to feel certainsicher sein [keine Zweifel haben]
to feel certainsichDat. sicher sein
to feel cheapsichAkk. schämen
to feel cheapsichDat. schäbig vorkommen
to feel cheapsich beschämt fühlen
to feel cheatedsich betrogen fühlen
to feel chillyfrösteln
to feel coldfrieren
to feel comfortablesich wohlfühlen
to feel comfortablesich behaglich fühlen
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A 2024-04-28: to feel all in - erschöpft sein - Am.?
A 2018-10-05: This exchange is finally starting to feel productive
Q 2018-02-09: To feel two inches tall
A 2017-04-06: to feel uneasy
Q 2016-04-29: to feel the enemy
A 2015-11-07: to feel pressure in / on one's ears
A 2015-05-27: to feel unwell / not too well all the time
Q 2015-01-17: Want to feel young again?
A 2014-02-06: The contemporary public did not attend in large enough numbers for the com...
Q 2013-11-28: so. said something that caused you to feel poorly about yourself
A 2013-10-30: to feel affinity to sb.
Q 2013-10-27: to feel oneself filling up
A 2012-12-11: Neutral im Dt. für 'to feel' ist 'den Eindruck haben' oder schlicht 'glauben'.
A 2012-11-30: To experience guilt is another (more formal way) of saying to feel guilty :-)
Q 2012-08-15: to feel fragmented
Q 2012-08-14: to feel less than sterling
A 2012-03-08: The "more freedom to feel secure" is bad turn of phrase. I'd ignore the 'f...
Q 2012-03-08: more freedom to feel secure in their message??
A 2011-10-25: It's around now that I like to feel that you're all really getting to know...
Q 2011-10-14: to feel better about the other guy

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