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Sens de "feel" dans le Dictionnaire Espagnol-Anglais : 65 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
Common
feel sentir [v]
feel experimentar [v]
feel palpar [v]
Irregular Verb
feel felt - felt [v]
General
feel hallarse [v]
feel notar [v]
feel notarse [v]
feel sentirse [v]
feel encontrarse [v]
feel intuir [v]
feel tantear [v]
feel tentar [v]
feel presentir [v]
feel parecer [v]
feel tacto [m]
feel tiento [m]
feel tino [m]
feel acompañar [v]
feel toqueteo [m]
feel apear [v]
feel atentar [v] disused
feel concebir [v]
feel caricia [f]
feel idea [f]
feel tener [v]
feel encontrar [v]
feel andar [v]
feel sentirlo [v]
feel compadecer [v]
feel sentir (sentido/la notificación/la experiencia) [v]
feel sapotear [v] CO
feel bajar [v] CU
feel estar [v]
feel jurgunear [v] SV
feel tocar [v]
feel talento [m]
feel aspecto [m]
feel tentalear [v]
feel cobrar [v]
feel conocer [v]
feel percibir por el tacto [v]
feel sondear [v]
feel tomar (el pulso) [v]
feel examinar [v]
feel ser (al tacto) [v]
feel estarse [v]
feel tener (frío/hambre) [v]
feel palpamiento [m]
Idioms
feel dar mulo [v] PR:E
feel estar alicaído
feel estar deprimido
feel estar melancólico
Colloquial
feel sobada [f]
feel sobar [v]
feel atocar [v] VE rur.
feel llujchir [v] BO:E
feel apalpar [v]
Slang
feel parchear [v]
feel entender [v]
Engineering
feel sensación [f]
feel percepción [f]
feel palpación [f]
Geology
feel tocamiento [m]
Technical
feel tomar [v]
feel percibir [v]

Sens de "feel" avec d'autres termes dans le Dictionnaire Anglais-Espagnol : 500 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
Conjugations
I feel siento [v]
you feel sientes [v]
Common
feel sorry compadecer [v]
feel (state of being) sentirse [v]
feel pity compadecer [v]
feel like apetecer [v]
feel very hot asarse [v]
feel nauseous nausear [v]
feel hurt resentirse [v]
General
feel sick tener náuseas [v]
feel thirsty sentir sed [v]
feel at home sentirse como en casa [v]
feel guilty sentirse culpable [v]
feel bad sentirse mal [v]
feel lazy tener pereza [v]
feel ashamed amusgarse [v] CAM
feel awkward cohibirse [v]
feel sad compungirse [v]
feel sorry compungirse [v]
feel one's way andar a tientas [v]
feel out of place sentirse fuera de lugar [v]
feel sick marearse [v]
feel dizzy marearse [v]
feel cold tener frío [v]
feel awkward sentirse incómodo [v]
make (someone feel something) traer [v]
feel like tener ganas [v]
feel like tener ganas de [v]
feel overheated abochornarse [v]
feel degraded abochornarse [v]
feel bloated abutagar [v] CL
make look or feel like cardboard acartonar [v]
look or feel like cardboard acartonarse [v]
feel belittled achicarse [v]
feel inhibited acomplejarse [v]
feel inferior acomplejarse [v]
feel sad acongojarse [v]
feel depressed acongojarse [v]
feel a headache coming on ajaquecarse [v] disused
feel joyful alborotarse [v] rare
feel dizzy almadearse [v] rare
make feel dizzy almadiar [v] rare
feel dizzy almadiarse [v]
feel sad entristecerse [v]
feel depressed entristecerse [v]
feel sorrow amargarse [v]
feel sorrow amargar [v]
feel sorry for amercearse [v] disused
feel sorry for amercendearse [v] disused
feel sad amezquindarse [v] rare
feel depressed amezquindarse [v] rare
feel unfriendly antipatizar [v] MX HN PA DO PE BO CL PY AR
feel heartbroken apajuilarse [v] HN SV
feel sad apajuilarse [v] HN SV
feel sad apenarse [v]
feel sad apensionarse [v] MX CL
feel like apetecer [v]
feel a burning sensation arder [v]
feel passionate arder [v]
feel physical pain atormentarse [v]
feel sorry for oneself autocompadecerse [v]
feel sick bascar [v] disused
feel sick basquear [v]
feel weak from hunger estar alguien en el aire [v] CU
feel sorry for compadecer [v]
feel for compadecer [v]
feel sorry compadecerse [v]
feel remorse compungir [v]
feel remorse compungir [v] disused
feel guilty compungirse [v]
feel pity condolecerse [v]
feel pity condolerse [v]
feel shame azorramiento [m] SV
feel embarrassment for pena ajena [f] MX NI PA CU CO
feel embarrassed abochornarse [v]
feel an appetite for apetecer [v]
feel intimidated apocarse [v]
feel a mutual liking simpatizar [v]
be or feel embarrassed azorarse [v]
feel offended afrentarse [v]
feel frightened amilanarse [v]
feel like it apetecer [v]
feel reassured tranquilizarse [v]
feel sorry for compadecer [v]
feel a malaise [uk] destemplarse [v]
feel one's way tentar [v]
feel regret arrepentirse [v]
feel affronted afrentarse [v]
feel pity condolerse [v]
(feel her) waters break romper aguas (embarazo) [v]
feel ashamed mortificarse [v]
make feel like dar ganas [v]
make to feel tener [v]
feel self-fulfilled autorrealizarse [v]
feel (internally) tener [v]
feel uncomfortable incomodarse [v]
make look/feel younger remozar [v]
make someone feel small achicar [v]
feel sorry (for) compadecer [v]
feel up sobar [v]
feel sorry for other people's pain condolerse [v]
feel emotions over a period of time andar [v]
feel sorry for lastimarse [v]
feel guilty remorder [v]
feel strongly about estar apegado a [v]
feel strongly about aferrarse [v]
feel pain sufrir [v]
feel resentment resentir [v]
feel resentment resentirse [v]
feel irritable without a particular reason levantarse con el pie izquierdo [v]
feel irritable without a particular reason levantarse del lado equivocado de la cama [v]
feel bad about something sentirse mal por algo [v]
feel dizzy sentir vértigo [v]
feel dubious about tener dudas sobre [v]
feel good sentirse fenomenal [v]
feel hot tener calor [v]
feel happy sentirse feliz [v]
feel hard done by sentirse tratado injustamente [v]
feel ill encontrarse mal [v]
feel safe sentirse seguro [v]
feel rotten sentirse fatal [v]
feel rotten sentirse muy mal [v]
feel peckish estar algo hambriento [v]
feel sleepy tener sueño [v]
feel unwell sentirse mal [v]
feel thirsty tener sed [v]
feel that pensar que [v]
feel around for buscar a tientas [v]
feel edgy tener los nervios de punta [v]
make someone feel guilty hacer sentir culpable a alguien [v]
feel nostalgia sentir nostalgia [v]
feel homesick tener morriña [v]
feel homesick sentir morriña [v]
feel uncomfortable sentirse a disgusto [v]
feel attracted to someone sentirse atraído por alguien [v]
feel good encontrarse bien [v]
feel good sentirse bien [v]
feel good about sentirse bien por [v]
feel free to sentirse con libertad de [v]
feel like a new person sentirse como nuevo [v]
feel awful sentirse fatal [v]
feel great sentirse de maravilla [v]
feel miserable sentirse desgraciado [v]
feel wonderful sentirse de maravilla [v]
feel awful estar fatal [v]
feel frustrated sentirse frustrado [v]
feel ill sentirse mal [v]
feel the same way sentirse igual [v]
feel like to be sentirse ser [v]
not to feel well sentirse mal [v]
not to feel well no sentirse bien [v]
feel at ease estar a sus anchas [v]
feel at home estar a sus anchas [v]
feel at home estar en su salsa [v]
feel let down llevarse un chasco [v]
feel sorry for someone compadecer a alguien [v]
feel well sentirse bien [v]
feel well encontrarse bien [v]
feel sick encontrarse mal [v]
feel terrible encontrarse fatal [v]
feel one's way along andar a tientas [v]
make one feel like dar ganas de [v]
make one feel pity dar lástima [v]
not to feel well no encontrarse bien [v]
feel embarrassed for someone sentir vergüenza ajena [v]
feel obligated to verse obligada a [v]
feel obligated to verse obligado a [v]
make someone feel better reconfortar a alguien [v]
feel sad achipolarse [v] MX
feel shame achatarse [v] MX
not feel sorry for anything no arrepentirse de nada [v]
feel embarrassed or confused by the superiority of another apabullarse [v]
feel dizzy (because of decreasing atmospheric pressure and lack of oxygen) asorocharse [v] LAM
feel nauseated asquearse [v]
feel nauseous basquear [v] LAM
feel ashamed bolearse [v]
feel sick basquear [v] LAM
feel sorry for lastimarse de [v]
feel the influences of resentirse de [v]
feel admiration for someone tener admiración por alguien [v]
feel like a stranger sentirse descolocado [v]
feel sorry for someone sentir lástima de alguien [v]
feel sorry for someone sentir pena por alguien [v]
feel the urge to cry sentir pujo de llorar [v]
feel the urge to laugh sentir pujo de reírse [v]
feel sympathy towards sentir simpatía hacia alguien [v]
feel sympathy towards sentir simpatía por alguien [v]
feel a deep emotion sentir una honda emoción [v]
feel helpless sentirse desamparado [v]
feel out of place sentirse descolocado [v]
feel discriminated against sentirse discriminado [v]
feel detached sentirse descolocado [v]
feel uncomfortable sentirse incómodo [v]
feel mistreated sentirse discriminado [v]
feel unwell sentirse indispuesto [v]
feel mistreated sentirse marginado [v]
feel discriminated against sentirse marginado [v]
feel pity for someone sentir lástima de alguien [v]
feel pity for someone tener lástima de alguien [v]
feel queer sentirse indispuesto [v]
feel uneasy sentirse incómodo [v]
feel sorry for someone tener lástima de alguien [v]
feel admiration for someone sentir admiración a alguien [v]
feel admiration for someone sentir admiración por alguien [v]
feel admiration for someone tener admiración a alguien [v]
cause to feel sick dar náuseas a [v]
feel sorry for condolerse por [v]
feel sympathy for condolerse por [v]
feel a person up fajarse a una persona [v]
feel hungry tener un vacío en el estómago [v]
feel hungry pasar una brisita [v]
feel hungry tener gusa [v]
feel hungry tener una brisita [v]
feel like doing something tener el prurito de hacer algo [v]
feel like doing something tener ganas de hacer algo [v]
feel homesick tirar al monte [v]
feel sad (animals) achorcholarse [v] HN SV rur.
feel inferior achirlarse [v] AR:Nw
feel afraid achucutarse [v] CO:N VE:W
feel overwhelmed acototarse [v] CL
feel ashamed achumicarse [v] HN
feel cowed achumicarse [v] HN NI disused
feel restless achumicarse [v] NI
feel sad achumicarse [v] NI
feel ashamed or embarrassed achuncharse [v] BO CL
feel excessive inclination toward something afiebrarse [v] CO
feel extremely hot achicharronarse [v] CR PA VE BO CL
feel ashamed achicopalarse [v] GT HN SV NI rur.
feel shy after arriving to a place at first moment aflojar [v] DO
feel humiliated achirlarse [v] AR:Nw
make feel ashamed acholar [v] EC CL
feel depressed achorcholarse [v] HN SV rur.
feel attraction to someone or someone alburearse [v] NI
feel like apetitear [v] DO
feel bored argelarse [v] PY
feel annoyed argelarse [v] PY
feel belittled due to fear or shame apolismarse [v] CR rur. disused
feel sad apolismarse [v] CR rur. disused
feel intense heat asarse [v] PR
feel resentful arderse [v] NI
feel discouragement abatatarse [v] BO PY AR UY
feel fear abatatarse [v] BO PY AR UY
feel embarrassement abatatarse [v] BO PY AR UY
feel melancholy atiriciarse [v] GT
feel sick because of the ingestion of some medicine atarantarse [v] HN
feel suffocated as a result of having one's throat blocked with something atorazarse [v] HN
feel sick because of a sharp motion atarantarse [v] HN
feel sadness atiriciarse [v] GT
feel an uncontrollable sudden irritation atacarse [v] MX CL
feel suffocated as a result of having one's throat blocked with something atorozarse [v] CR
humiliate a person by causing him/her to feel shame atortar [v] SV
make somebody feel scared atortojar [v] VE
feel scared atortojarse [v] VE
feel sudden pain atrincarse [v] PA rur.
feel a sensation intensively cagarse [v] CL
feel stunned after receiving a hit or listening to a loud noise azurumbarse [v] CR
feel shy after arriving to a place at first moment aflojarse [v] DO
feel ashamed achiquitarse [v] HN
feel ashamed achipilinarse [v] MX HN
feel down in the dumps ahuevarse [v] GT HN NI
feel depressed ahuevarse [v] GT HN NI
make someone feel sad or discouraged apachurrar [v] MX GT SV CR CO
feel ashamed apachurrarse [v] GT
feel heart-broken apajuilarse [v] HN SV
feel panic apanicarse [v] CL derog.
feel panic apanicarse [v] MX
feel sad apenarse [v] US MX HN SV NI CR PA CU DO CO VE PY AR
feel sad amelarchiarse [v] SV
feel diminished and submissive to someone/something apequenarse [v] CL
feel blue amelarchiarse [v] SV
become sad and feel longing amoceparse [v] NI
feel sad due to ill health amogotarse [v] PR
feel depressed amelarchiarse [v] SV
feel nostalgic amuseparse [v] HN
feel unfriendly antipatizar [v] MX PA DO VE PY CL AR derog.
feel nostalgic amurriñarse [v] HN
feel sad apajuilarse [v] HN SV
feel sad due to illness amotetarse [v] PR
feel sad amusgarse [v] NI derog.
feel nostalgic acavangarse [v] NI CR PA
feel bloated abutagarse [v] CL
feel nostalgic acabangarse [v] NI CR
feel nostalgic acabangarse [v] PA rare
feel homesick acabangarse [v] NI CR
feel homesick acavangarse [v] NI CR PA
feel homesick acabangarse [v] PA rare
feel weakness abombarse [v] BO CL PY
feel deeply abismarse [v]
make someone feel depressed or disappointed ahuitar [v] MX
make someone feel depressed or disappointed agüitar [v] MX SV
feel frustrated desgurrumbarse [v] PR disused
feel sick with fever and achy bones descoyuntarse [v] PR
feel self-important darse lija [v] CU DO PR VE
feel good after doing what one enjoys curarse [v] PR
feel good from the effects of drugs curarse [v] PR
feel disgruntled for not getting drunk chawararse [v] BO:W,C
make someone feel ashamed chivear [v] MX GT SV
feel embarrassed chivearse [v] MX GT SV
feel embarrassment chiviarse [v] GT SV
feel sick chimarse [v] NI
feel ashamed chuparse [v] PE
feel ashamed chiviarse [v] GT SV
feel shame chuparse [v] PE
feel uneasy chivearse [v] MX GT SV
make someone feel embarrassed chivear [v] MX GT SV
make someone feel embarrassed foquear [v] EC:W
feel embarrassment foquearse [v] EC:W
feel dazed esmamonarse [v] PR
feel dazed desmamonarse [v] PR
have a fever and feel pain in one's joints escoyuntarse [v] PR
feel defeated esgurrumbarse [v] PR
feel browbeaten esmamonarse [v] PR
feel defeated desgurrumbarse [v] PR
feel browbeaten desmamonarse [v] PR
feel embarrassed foquearse [v] EC:W
feel important estoriarse [v] PR
feel a stinging carar [v] BO:C,Sw rur.
become unsociable, feel uncomfortable and self-conscious in front of people of a higher social class ajibararse [v] DO PR
feel sick after eating something ajilarse [v] HN
feel an uncontrollable desire to speak ajilarse [v] SV
feel good ajustarse [v] CU DO
feel very intensely (toothache) cantarse [v] GT
feel uncomfortable firiquearse (inglés freak) [v] US PR
feel a strong desire or need cortarse [v] CL
feel encouraged by someone to do or say something cranquearse [v] CU
feel pushed by someone to do or say something cranquearse [v] CU
feel very hot cocinarse [v] CU
cause to feel full empanzar [v] CR
feel aroused engorgonearse [v] DO
feel full empanzarse [v] CR
feel happy or excited encalacarse [v] DO
feel insecure in making decisions divariar [v] PR rur.
feel thrilled engranojarse [v] DO
feel thrilled engranujarse [v] DO
feel thrilled engranojarse [v] DO
feel attacked and defend oneself angrily embellonarse [v] PR
cause to feel stuffed empanzar [v] CR
feel stuffed empanzarse [v] CR
feel full of food or beer empanzonarse [v] MX
feel sexual attraction empotarse [v] CL
feel butterflies encalacarse [v] DO
make someone feel confident to later cheat or defraud engoar [v] PR
feel sad and sick encapotarse [v] PR
feel envy enchilarse [v] NI
feel itchy from spicy food enchilarse [v] GT HN CR
feel bored opiarse [v] AR UY rare
feel annoyed opiarse [v] AR UY rare
feel obligated to put up with something meterse [v] CU
feel bothered opiarse [v] AR UY rare
feel up picar [v] VE
feel bad penar [v] CL
feel anxious penar [v] CL
feel nauseous rebotarse [v] CO:C
feel like provocarse [v] PA CO
feel like proocar [v] GT SV DO VE PE
feel like provocarse [v] NI PA CO
feel like eating proocar [v] GT SV DO VE PE
feel like eating provocarse [v] NI PA CO
really feel like proocar [v] GT SV DO VE PE
really feel like provocarse [v] NI PA CO
feel a burning desire tentar [v] SV CL PY UY
feel like tincar [v] CL
feel scared zurrarse [v] HN SV NI
feel remorse verduguearse [v] AR UY
feel up tanatear [v] HN SV
feel shame verduguearse [v] AR UY
feel capable tantearse [v] HN
feel sorry for/about sentir [v]
feel (believe/think) creer [v]
feel the irrepressible desire to continue drinking after having started calentarse el pico [v] CU
feel very sad apretársele el pecho [v] DO PR
feel disgust for tener grima a [v]
who does not feel like eating due to stomach discomfort estragado [adj] SV NI CU
who tends to feel offended or bothered by little things contumerioso [adj] MX:Se HN SV NI
feel responsible (for the damage caused by a mistake) acriminarse [m] CL
behavior of someone who pretends to feel something one does not farsanteo [m] BO CL
feel me? ¿sacas? [expr] UY
look and feel apariencia y comportamiento
feel small achicarse [v]
feel deeply abismarse [v] AMER
work flax and hemp to make them feel like silk asedar [v]
feel secure asegurarse [v]
feel nausea asquear [v]
feel emotion afectarse [v]
feel energetic animarse [v]
feel encouraged animarse [v]
feel nausea arquear [v]
feel homesick añorarse [v]
feel shame avergonzarse [v]
feel chilly calofriarse [v]
feel embarrassed correrse [v]
feel hoarse carraspear [v]
feel remorse compungirse [v]
feel compunction compungirse [v]
feel contrition compungirse [v]
begin to feel (passion) concebir [v]
feel pain doler [v]
feel sympathy for dolerse [v]
feel (as to comfort/health) hallarse (bien/mal) [v]
feel the lack of extrañar [v]
feel a sharp escocer [v]
feel a burning pain escocer [v]
feel in regard to health encontrarse [v]
feel horripilation horripilarse [v]
feel the pulse pulsar [v]
feel deeply padecer [v]
feel (well/bad) sentirse (bien/mal) [v]
feel chilly calosfriarse [v]
feel comfortable estar bien [v]
feel comfortable sentirse bien [v]
feel or get faint sentir un desfallecimiento [v]
feel or get faint desmayarse [v]
feel for condolerse de [v]
to feel hungry tener hambre [v]
feel one's pulse tomar el pulso a uno [v]
feel one's pulse tantear [v] fig.
feel nostalgia cariñarse [v] ES local
Idioms
feel blue sentirse triste [v]
feel groovy sentirse maravilloso [v]
feel in one's bones intuir [v]
feel lonely sentirse sola [v]
feel lonely sentirse solo [v]
feel out of sorts estar indispuesto [v]
feel the heat sentirse presionado [v]
feel very uneasy estar/sentirse como gallina en corral ajeno [v]
feel grief or anger andar/ir a la procesión por dentro [v]
feel off color caérsele a alguien los palos del sombrajo [v]
feel off colour caérsele a alguien los palos del sombrajo [v]
feel the pinch andar a la cuarta pregunta [v]
feel the pinch estar a la cuarta pregunta [v]
feel ashamed correr un mico [v]
feel at ease sentirse a sus anchas [v]
feel at home sentirse a sus anchas [v]
feel small caérsele a alguien la cara de vergüenza [v]
feel ashamed caérsele a alguien la cara de vergüenza [v]
feel upset about not going outside caérsele a alguien la casa encima [v]
feel like 30 cents caérsele a alguien la cara de vergüenza [v]
feel sorry for dar pena [v]
feel the absence of echar de menos [v]
feel (someone) up manosear (a alguien) [v]
feel (someone) up toquetear (a alguien) [v]
feel (someone) up meterle la mano en el culo (a alguien) [v]
feel (someone) up apretujar (a alguien) [v]
feel (someone) up meterle mano (a alguien) [v]
feel a glow of contentment sentir paz interior [v]
feel a glow of contentment sentir felicidad [v]
feel a glow of contentment sentirse colmado de paz [v]
feel a glow of happiness sentir paz interior [v]
feel a glow of happiness sentirse colmado de paz [v]
feel a glow of happiness sentir felicidad [v]
feel a glow of contentment sentir una aureola de bienestar [v]
feel a glow of happiness sentir una aureola de bienestar [v]
feel a glow of peacefulness sentir paz interior [v]
feel a glow of peacefulness sentirse colmado de paz [v]
feel a glow of peacefulness sentir felicidad [v]
feel a glow of peacefulness sentir una aureola de bienestar [v]
feel a glow of satisfaction sentir paz interior [v]
feel a glow of satisfaction sentir felicidad [v]
feel a glow of satisfaction sentirse colmado de paz [v]
feel a little under the weather sentirse un poco enfermo [v]
feel a glow of satisfaction sentir una aureola de bienestar [v]
feel a little under the weather tener una sensación de malestar [v]
feel a little under the weather sentirse mal [v]
feel as right as rain sentirse tan fresco como una lechuga [v]
feel at home sentirse como en su casa [v]
feel at home sentirse aceptado [v]
feel at home sentirse en casa [v]
feel bad about sentirse triste por [v]
feel bad about sentirse mal por [v]
feel bad about sentirse arrepentido por [v]
feel blue estar deprimido [v]
feel blue sentir pena [v]
feel blue ser infeliz [v]
feel blue sentirse melancólico [v]
feel cheap sentirse deshonrado [v]
feel cheap sentirse humillado [v]
feel cheap sentirse rastrero [v]
feel cheap sentirse inferior [v]
feel cheap like thirty cents sentirse de poco valor [v]
feel cheap sentirse degradado [v]
feel fit sentirse saludable [v]
feel down and blue sentirse triste y deprimido [v]
feel fit sentirse en forma [v]
feel fit sentirse lozano [v]
feel for compadecerse [v]
feel for condolerse [v]
feel grateful for each day dar gracias a la vida [v]
feel grateful for each day estar agradecido todos los días por estar vivo [v]
feel for ser comprensivo [v]
feel hard done by sentirse agraviado por [v]
feel honor bound to do something sentirse obligado a hacer algo por honor [v]
feel guilty (about something) sentirse culpable (de algo) [v]
feel honour-bound to do something sentirse obligado a hacer algo por honor [v]
feel hot and cold all over sorprenderse [v]
feel honor-bound to do something sentirse obligado a hacer algo por honor [v]
feel hot and cold all over sentir asombro [v]
feel in one's bones presagiar [v]
feel insignificant sentirse insignificante [v]
feel hot and cold all over sentir desconcierto [v]
feel it beneath (one) (to do something) sentirse inferior (por hacer algo) [v]