Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Feel"

The meaning of "Feel" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I'm feeling bold mean?
A: It means you're feeling confident :)
Q: What does I'm feeling lucky! mean?
A: when something what you want happens to you.
Q: What does I just felt like saying it mean?
A: "그냥 그렇게 말하고 싶었어."

"I feel like swimming" 수영하고 싶다/ 수영할 기분이 난다.
"I feel like drinking tea" 차 마시고싶다.
"I don't feel like doing that right now" "지금은 그런 기분이 아니야.

You often use it when you want to express that you want to do something but haven't decided yet.
~그런 기분이다.
Q: What does I feel! mean?
A: Many English speakers would not usually know what "I feel!" just by itself would mean. It sounds like it may be an internet phrase. A few years ago, it was common for internet fans to write "feels" as a short way to write you are "feeling emotional", to me it seems like the stranger is saying in a casual internet way that it is making them emotional.
Q: What does feel dumb mean?
A: Dumb is a synonym for stupid, yes.

Example sentences using "Feel"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I feel you..
A: @te2li yeah, it's showing that you emphasize. doesn't mean you agree with them, but you can understand their feelings.
Q: Please show me example sentences with feel
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A: i feel it
Q: Please show me example sentences with feel bad.
A: ex. she lost her mother. I feel bad/sorry for her because I cannot help.

I have a bad feeling about this maybe we should stop.

I cannot lie to my friends. I feel bad about it.
Q: Please show me example sentences with that feel when.
A: That feel when you drop your sandwich.
That feel when you are left handed and smudge the page.
Q: Please show me example sentences with that feel when (or tfw).
A: "That feeling when you take the first bite of the ice cream..."

"That feeling when you lay on your bed after a long day..."

"That feeling when you lose your keys..."

It's stating an implied feeling, whether good or bad, based on the current situation that follows.

Synonyms of "Feel" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between feel free and please ?
A: 'Please' is used to make (more polite) requests to others. "Please take a look at your book." The speaker is making a request to the listener to look at the book, maybe to show them a specific picture or diagram.

'Feel free' is more of a suggestion or invitation to the listener. "Feel free to look at the book" states that the listener can look at the book but they don't need to look at the book if they don't want to. It lets the listener know that they can choose to do the action or not.
Q: What is the difference between It feels like I have met you before. and I feel like I have met you before. ?
A: There is no real difference; both are natural ways to express the same idea in English.
Q: What is the difference between It feels like I’ve been here before and I feel like I’ve been here before ?
A: It feels like I have been here before. Leaves the listener to want to answer, as if it was a question.
I feel like I have been here before. Sounds more closed ended, like a fleeting observation
Q: What is the difference between "I feel you" and "I feel for you" ?
A: 'I feel you' is more physical. E.g. I feel you standing next to me
I feel you get out of bed

'I feel for you' shows empathy (understanding/sympathy) e.g. I really feel for you because your dog died
Q: What is the difference between I feel sick and I feel bad ?
A: I feel sick usually has to mean that you're feeling ill, I feel bad can be used more broadly when you just don't feel good about something but you're not necessarily ill. I can tell someone they're a butthead and then later say I feel bad, and that doesn't mean I feel ill it just means I regret what I said. Thus I don't feel very good about it. Saying I feel sick in that situation is a little strong

Translations of "Feel"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? feel happy
A: If it's in the past tense; "I felt happy."
if it's in the present tense; "I'm feeling happy."
if it's in the future tense; "I will feel happy."
but you can also say it like, "I am happy."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? (to)feel blue
A: We say that phrase as well, "I'm feeling blue". You could also say, "I feel sad."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? not feel great
A: "I don't feel very good." "I'm not feeling well."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ワクワクする( feel like grad,exciting )
A: I'm excited/happy!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? それならよかったー (feel relieved)
A: I'm glad (that's the case).
Or more literally,
I'm glad if that's the case.

Other questions about "Feel"

Q: Sometimes, I feel very weak. does this sound natural?
A: I think that comma doesn't fit here
Q: ‎I feel okay now , even though today was a rough day today. I was off and I wanted to get my passport. But I brought the wrong documents so it took a lot of time to get it. does this sound natural?
A: You may say “I feel okay now even today is a rough day. I was off and I wanted to get my passport. However/ but I brought the wrong documents so/ and it took a lot of time to get it.”
Q: feel like a coffee


Can I use a with coffee?
what is difference coffee and a coffee?
A: to add to this, some people will say "I'm going to get a coffee". What they mean by that is that they are going to get a coffee from a place like Starbucks.
Q: Now I feel it necessary to work harder than before. does this sound natural?
A: it would sound a little better with "it's" instead of "it".
Q: I won't you feel bad. does this sound natural?
A: I won't let you feel bad

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