Feel Phrasal

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Feel Phrasal
2012-02-18 13:16:32

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  1. feel for someone
    • phr. v.
    • to care strongly if someone feels bad

    Sharzade felt for her cousin, and she stayed with her until she stopped crying.
  2. feel free
    • collocation SPOKEN
    • used in order to say that you are happy if someone wants to do something

    Please feel free to borrow my dictionary any time.
  3. feel funny
    • collocation
    • feel slightly ill

    I've been feeling funny ever since I ate that fish.
  4. feel like doing something
    • collocation SPOKEN
    • to want to do something

    Hannes doesn't have any plans this weekend, so if you feel like doing something, give him a call.
  5. feel like something
    • collocation SPOKEN
    • to want to have something

    I don't care what we have, but Young-Dae says he feels like Indian food.
  6. feel out
    • phr. v. INFORMAL
    • to find out what someone thinks or feels by asking indirectly

    You should feel Dad out about using the car this weekend. He wasn't too happy when it got all dirty the last time you used it.
  7. feel up to
    • phr. v. INFORMAL
    • to feel you can do a particular job or activity

    I have lots of energy today, so I feel up to doing some gardening.
  8. feel yourself
    • idiom
    • to feel healthy or happy in the way that you normally do

    It took a long time to get over the flu, but I'm finally feeling myself again.