English-Spanish translations for feel

  • sentirNo deben sentir culpa ni vergüenza. They must not feel guilt or shame. Las minorías tienen derecho a sentirse seguras. Minorities are entitled to feel safe. El señor Putin se sentiría justo como en casa. Mr Putin would feel perfectly at home.
  • sentirseImagínense cómo deben sentirse esas personas. Imagine what it must feel like. Hoy tiene verdaderos motivos para sentirse así. She really can feel that way today. Las minorías tienen derecho a sentirse seguras. Minorities are entitled to feel safe.
  • aspectoSiento que estoy poco informado sobre este aspecto. I feel rather poorly informed in this regard. Creo que se han considerado y evaluado todos los aspectos. I feel that every aspect has been considered and assessed. Existen, no obstante, dos aspectos sobre los que creo me debo extender. There are two aspects, however, on which I feel I should enlarge.
  • caricia
  • compadecer
  • creerSeñor Presidente, quisiera decir que no debemos creer que hemos sufrido una derrota. Mr President, I would just point out that we must not feel we have been defeated. Por lo tanto, creo que debemos creer y actuar para estas fuerzas. I therefore feel that it is imperative that we believe in these organisations and act to support them. Tenemos razones para creer que el Gobierno turco contribuye al alboroto entre la población de Chipre. On Cyprus, we also have reason to believe that the Turkish Government is involved in stirring up feelings.
  • estar
    – Señor Barroso, debe estar usted bastante perplejo. Mr Barroso, you must feel rather perplexed. Hay otro motivo por el que estar avergonzados. There is another reason to feel ashamed. Ello no permite, lógicamente, estar satisfechos y satisfechas. We cannot therefore feel satisfied, naturally.
  • idea¿Qué opina la Comisión acerca de esta idea? How does the Commission feel about this idea? Es una idea muy importante, y creo que debemos mostrar nuestro apoyo al respecto. This is a very interesting idea and I feel we should support it. Este tipo de cosas nos dan una idea de lo que está sucediendo en Cachemira. That sort of thing gives you a feel for what is going on in Kashmir.
  • parecer
  • sentirloPero, aquel que no lo oiga deberá sentirlo. However, he that will not hear must feel. A fin de lograr estos objetivos, los habitantes deben aprender a conocer su casa o, mejor dicho, su propio hogar y, especialmente, sentirlo como tal. In order to meet these objectives, the residents need to get to know and get a feel for their house, or rather their home. Incluso el pueblo de Letonia ha llegado a sentirlos con claridad, como con la crisis financiera que también ha golpeado a su país con fuerza, señor Presidente. Even the people of Latvia have come to feel this quite clearly, for example as a result of the financial crisis, which has also hit your country hard, Mr President.
  • tactoCreo que sobre ésta tendrá mucho cuidado su Señoría en hacerlo, como anuncia, con todo cuidado y con todo tacto. I feel that you should be very careful and tactful with how you make your announcements on this.
  • talentoEn efecto, creo que fomentar que los clubes de fútbol se concentren en la formación de talentos supone un paso positivo para el juego. Indeed, I feel that encouraging football clubs to focus on nurturing talent is a positive step for the game.
  • tocarCasi pude tocar el dolor, sentir realmente el dolor de aquella mujer. I could almost touch the pain, really feel the pain of that woman. Dijo que en una ciudad como Cracovia en todas partes se podía ver, tocar, sentir la historia y la cultura. He said that in city like Cracow you can see, touch, feel history and culture all around. Una y otra vez, despacio y penosamente, vamos subiendo una pendiente y, cuando parece que estamos a punto de tocar el cielo, nos desplomamos vertiginosamente hasta el nivel cero. Time and time again we feel as if we are slowly and painfully climbing a slope and then, when it seems as if we are about to touch the sky, we plummet sharply back to square one.

Definition of feel

Examples

  • You can feel a heartbeat if you put your fingers on your breast
  • I felt cold and miserable all night
  • I felt my way through the darkened room
  • I felt my way cautiously through the dangerous business maneuver
  • He felt for the light switch in the dark
  • I can feel the sadness in his poems
  • I feel that we need to try harder
  • He obviously feels strongly about it
  • She felt even more upset when she heard the details
  • I feel for you and your plight
  • Feel my wrath!
  • It looks like wood, but it feels more like plastic
  • This is supposed to be a party, but it feels more like a funeral!
  • I dont want you back here, ya feel me?
  • Bark has a rough feel.
  • You should get a feel of the area before moving in.
  • She gave me a quick feel to show that she loves me.
  • Im getting a feel for what you mean.
  • She has a feel for music.
  • I know that feel.

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