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feel

  
    vb  , feels, feeling, felt  

1  to perceive (something) by touching  

2  to have a physical or emotional sensation of (something)  
to feel heat, to feel anger    

3  tr  to examine (something) by touch  

4  tr  to find (one's way) by testing or cautious exploration  

5  copula  to seem or appear in respect of the sensation given  
I feel tired, it feels warm    

6  to have an indistinct, esp. emotional conviction; sense (esp. in the phrase feel in one's bones)  

7  intr; foll by: for  to show sympathy or compassion (towards)  
I feel for you in your sorrow    

8  to believe, think, or be of the opinion (that)  
he feels he must resign    

9  tr; often foll. by up  
Slang  to pass one's hands over the sexual organs of  

10  ♦ feel like  to have an inclination (for something or doing something)  
I don't feel like going to the pictures    

11  ♦ feel (quite) oneself  to be fit and sure of oneself  

12  ♦ feel up to  usually used with a negative or in a question  to be fit enough for (something or doing something)  
I don't feel up to going out tonight    
    n  

13  the act or an instance of feeling, esp. by touching  

14  the quality of or an impression from something perceived through feeling  
the house has a homely feel about it    

15  the sense of touch  
the fabric is rough to the feel    

16  an instinctive aptitude; knack  
she's got a feel for this sort of work    
    (Old English felan; related to Old High German fuolen, Old Norse falma to grope, Latin palma palm1)  

artificial feel  
    n  a system, used in aircraft that have fully powered control surfaces, providing the pilot with simulated aerodynamic forces on the controls  

feel-good  
    adj  causing or characterized by a feeling of self-satisfaction  
feel-good factor    



  • you catch more flies with honey  exp. The actual say is: "You can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar" This means that it is easier to persuade people if you use polite arguments and flattery than if you are confrontational.
  • pride comes before fall  id. def.: if you are too confident about yourself, something bad will happen to show you that you are not as good as you think you are
  • can't be arsed  exp. if you can't be arsed to do something, you can't be bothered to do it (you are too lazy to do it)

    colloquial, British, very common

  • love me, love my dog  exp. expression used for pointing out that, if you love someone, you accept also things and people dear to the person you love
  • feel moved  exp. When you feel moved, you have strong feelings of sadness or sympathy because of some moving situation,something touching, poignant, heart-rending, heartbreaking, impelling, motivating, heart-swelling, a situation which clearly stirs something inside, which arouses emotions.
  • I feel queer  n. I feel weird

    Depuis plusieurs ans, "Queer" n'est plus commun pour se sentir mal. Ça veut dire "gai" ou homosexuel. Weird est beaucoup plus simple sans avoir deux sens.

  • freak out  v. suddenly feel surprised,upset,angry,or confused

    I remember the first time I went onstage, I freaked out completely.

  • screw you jackass  exp. go away idiot, fool ; leave me alone idiot, fool ; fuck you idiot, fool ; fuck off idiot, fool.
  • malasarbation  n. Not good feel and diarrhead
  • ya  pron. you
  • lul  exp. love you loads

    "je t'aime beaucoup" in French

  • wbu  exp. what about you

    Slang; written abbreviation

  • betcha  exp. bet you
  • albeit : "Reality is merely an illusion,albeit a very persistent one!"  conj. albeit although, even if, even though, notwithstanding that, tho' (U.S. or poetic) though <You use albeit to introduce a fact or comment which reduces the force or significance of what you have just said. FORMAL adv ADV with cl/group (=although)

    Charles's letter was indeed published, albeit in a somewhat abbreviated form.

  • dating partner  n. person that you date

 

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be/feel inclined (to do something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe/feel inclined (to do something)be/feel inclined (to do something)to want to do something, but without having a strong desireIt was Sunday morning, and she was not inclined to get up yet.You can visit our chat rooms, if you feel so inclined. →inclinedExamples from the Corpusbe/feel inclined (to do something)• I would be inclined to add an externalcanisterfilter to your set-up, such as an Eheim 2215.• Still, when he makes a statement such as you refer to, I would be inclined to believe him.• The faster the heart beats the more rapidly we may be inclined to breathe and the more oxygen we take in.• We might be inclined to reject the arrangement because it seems unattractive and not what we want.• We naturally feel inclined to reject these theories for that reason.• I would be inclined to remove the odd fish, though.• After reading this book, you might be inclined to think so.• The Fedchiefimplied the central bank might be inclined to wait until its March 20 meeting before taking such a step.

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if you feel so inclined definition, if you feel so inclined meaning | English Cobuild


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feel

    (feels  3rd person present)  (feeling  present participle)  (felt  past tense & past participle  )

1    v-link  If you feel a particular emotion or physical sensation, you experience it.  
I am feeling very depressed...    V adj  
I will always feel grateful to that little guy...    V adj  
I remember feeling sick...    V adj  
Suddenly I felt a sharp pain in my shoulder...    V n  
You won't feel a thing...    V n  
I felt as if all my strength had gone...    V as if  
I felt like I was being kicked in the teeth every day.    V like  

2    v-link  If you talk about how an experience or event feels, you talk about the emotions and sensations connected with it.  
no cont  
It feels good to have finished a piece of work...    it V adj to-inf/that  
The speed at which everything moved felt strange...    V adj  
Within five minutes of arriving back from holiday, it feels as if I've never been away...    it V as if  
It felt like I'd had two babies instead of one...    it V like  

3    v-link  If you talk about how an object feels, you talk about the physical quality that you notice when you touch or hold it. For example, if something feels soft, you notice that it is soft when you touch it.  
no cont  
The metal felt smooth and cold...    V adj  
The ten-foot oars felt heavy and awkward...    V adj  
When the clay feels like putty, it is ready to use.    V like n  
    Feel is also a noun., n-sing  usu with supp  
He remembered the feel of her skin..., Linen raincoats have a crisp, papery feel.    

4    v-link  If you talk about how the weather feels, you describe the weather, especially the temperature or whether or not you think it is going to rain or snow.  
no cont  
It felt wintry cold that day.    it V adj, Also it V like/as if  

5    verb  If you feel an object, you touch it deliberately with your hand, so that you learn what it is like, for example what shape it is or whether it is rough or smooth.  
The doctor felt his head...    V n  
When dry, feel the surface and it will no longer be smooth...    V n  
Feel how soft the skin is in the small of the back...    V wh  
Her eyes squeezed shut, she felt inside the tin, expecting it to be bare.    V prep/adv  

6    verb  If you can feel something, you are aware of it because it is touching you.  
no cont  
Through several layers of clothes I could feel his muscles...    V n  
He felt her leg against his.    V n prep/adv  

7    verb  If you feel something happening, you become aware of it because of the effect it has on your body.  
She felt something being pressed into her hands...    V n -ing  
He felt something move beside him...    V n inf  
She felt herself lifted from her feet...    V pron-refl -ed  
Tremors were felt 250 miles away.    be V-ed  

8    verb  If you feelyourself doing something or being in a particular state, you are aware that something is happening to you which you are unable to control.  
I felt myself blush...    V pron-refl inf  
If at any point you feel yourself becoming tense, make a conscious effort to relax...    V pron-refl -ing  
I actually felt my heart quicken.    V n inf, Also V n -ing  

9    verb  If you feel the presence of someone or something, you become aware of them, even though you cannot see or hear them.  
no cont   (=sense)  
He felt her eyes on him...    V n  
Suddenly, I felt a presence behind me...    V n  
I could feel that a man was watching me very intensely...    V that  
He almost felt her wincing at the other end of the telephone.    V n -ing  

10    verb  If you feel that something is the case, you have a strong idea in your mind that it is the case.  
no cont  
I feel that not enough is being done to protect the local animal life...    V that  
I feel certain that it will all turn out well...    V adj that  
She felt herself to be part of a large business empire...    V n to-inf  
I never felt myself a real child of the sixties.    V pron-refl n  

11    verb  If you feel that you should do something, you think that you should do it.  
no cont  
I feel I should resign...    V that  
He felt that he had to do it...    V that  
You need not feel obliged to contribute...    V -ed to-inf  
They felt under no obligation to maintain their employees.    V under n  

12    verb  If you talk about how you feelabout something, you talk about your opinion, attitude, or reaction to it.  
no cont  
We'd like to know what you feel about abortion...    V about n  
She feels guilty about spending less time lately with her two kids...    V adj/adv about n  
He feels deep regret about his friend's death.    V n about n  

13    verb  If you feel like doing something or having something, you want to do it or have it because you are in the right mood for it and think you would enjoy it.  
Neither of them felt like going back to sleep...    V like -ing/n  
Could we take a walk? I feel like a little exercise.    V like -ing/n  

14    verb  If you feel the effect or result of something, you experience it.  
The charity is still feeling the effects of revelations about its one-time president...    V n  
The real impact will be felt in the developing world.    V n  

15    n-sing  The feel of something, for example a place, is the general impression that it gives you.  
with supp  
The room has a warm, cosy feel.    If you get the feel of something, for example a place or a new activity, you become familiar with it.  
get the feel of    phrase  V inflects, PHR n  
He wanted to get the feel of the place.    

16  
  →   feeling  
  →   felt  
  →   feel free  
  →   free  feel for  

1    phrasal verb  If you feel for something, for example in the dark, you try to find it by moving your hand around until you touch it.  
I felt for my wallet and papers in my inside pocket...    V P n  
I slumped down in my usual armchair and felt around for the newspaper.    V adv/prep P n  

2    phrasal verb  If you feel for someone, you have sympathy for them.  
She cried on the phone and was very upset and I really felt for her.    V P n  

feel-good  , feelgood  

1    adj  A feel-good film is a film which presents people and life in a way which makes the people who watch it feel happy and optimistic.  
ADJ n  
...a bright and enjoyable feelgood romance.    

2  When journalists refer to the feel-good factor, they mean that people are feeling hopeful and optimistic about the future.  
feel-good factor    phrase  
There were obvious signs of the feel-good factor in the last survey taken in the wake of the election result.    



  • you catch more flies with honey  exp. The actual say is: "You can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar" This means that it is easier to persuade people if you use polite arguments and flattery than if you are confrontational.
  • pride comes before fall  id. def.: if you are too confident about yourself, something bad will happen to show you that you are not as good as you think you are
  • can't be arsed  exp. if you can't be arsed to do something, you can't be bothered to do it (you are too lazy to do it)

    colloquial, British, very common

  • love me, love my dog  exp. expression used for pointing out that, if you love someone, you accept also things and people dear to the person you love
  • feel moved  exp. When you feel moved, you have strong feelings of sadness or sympathy because of some moving situation,something touching, poignant, heart-rending, heartbreaking, impelling, motivating, heart-swelling, a situation which clearly stirs something inside, which arouses emotions.
  • I feel queer  n. I feel weird

    Depuis plusieurs ans, "Queer" n'est plus commun pour se sentir mal. Ça veut dire "gai" ou homosexuel. Weird est beaucoup plus simple sans avoir deux sens.

  • so am I  exp. me too
  • intimidate  v. make someone feel frightened especially so that they will do what you want
  • freak out  v. suddenly feel surprised,upset,angry,or confused

    I remember the first time I went onstage, I freaked out completely.

  • screw you jackass  exp. go away idiot, fool ; leave me alone idiot, fool ; fuck you idiot, fool ; fuck off idiot, fool.
  • JSYK  abbr. acron. Short for "just so you know".
  • malasarbation  n. Not good feel and diarrhead
  • ya  pron. you
  • lul  exp. love you loads

    "je t'aime beaucoup" in French

  • betcha  exp. bet you

 

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If you're inclined to do something, you want to do it, you like doing it, and you may even have an inherent talent for doing it. Alternatively, if the sidewalk outside your house is inclined, that means it slopes upward.

Inclined means that you're likely to do something, you're leaning toward doing it, or you do it habitually. If you're inclined to eat too much at Thanksgiving, you're not alone. If you're inclined to want to join the Iditarod dog sled race, get a warm jacket. Inclined can also be an adjective describing something that's at an angle. If a ramp is inclined, it's on a slant, sloping up toward something else.

Definitions of inclined

  1. adjective

    at an angle to the horizontal or vertical position

    “an inclined plane”

    Synonyms:
    gradual

    (of a topographical gradient) not steep or abrupt

    atilt, canted, leaning, tilted, tipped

    departing or being caused to depart from the true vertical or horizontal

    aslant, aslope, diagonal, slanted, slanting, sloped, sloping

    having an oblique or slanted direction

    high-pitched

    set at a sharp or high angle or slant

    low-pitched

    set at a low angle or slant

    monoclinal

    of a geological structure in which all strata are inclined in the same direction

    pitched

    set at a slant

    salient

    represented as leaping (rampant but leaning forward)

    sidelong

    inclining or directed to one side

    skew, skewed

    having an oblique or slanting direction or position

    oblique

    slanting or inclined in direction or course or position--neither parallel nor perpendicular nor right-angled

  2. adjective

    (often followed by `to') having a preference, disposition, or tendency

    “wasn't inclined to believe the excuse”

    inclined to be moody”

    Synonyms:
    apt, disposed, given, minded, tending

    (usually followed by `to') naturally disposed toward

    fond, partial

    (followed by `of' or `to') having a strong preference or liking for

    prone

    having a tendency (to); often used in combination

    accident-prone

    having more than the average number of accidents

    willing

    disposed or inclined toward

  3. adjective

    having made preparations
    synonyms:disposed, fain, prepared
    willing

    disposed or inclined toward

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  • Freeze things like filo appetizers, lasagna, shortbread crackers and cheesecakes if you feel so inclined.
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  • Of course, if you feel so inclined, you can spend some time walking on the beach.
  • If you feel so inclined, you can also attempt the quizzes with which the book is interspersed.
  • But feel free to unleash a destructive force on your own project, if you feel so inclined.
  • If you feel so inclined, wrap up festively and present to Mom to make her feel extra-special.
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  • I'm not proposing anything, just showing you where to put the big pink-and-orange boxes if you feel so inclined and think it will do any good ( I suppose I do more aiding and abetting than anything ).
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