Идиомы и фразеологизмы английского со словом feel. Страница три

Словосочетания со словом feel. Страница три

feel the pinch
To be short of money; experience monetary difficulties.
If we are going to have a recession, everybody will feel the pinch.
feel up to something
To feel adequately knowledgeable, strong, or equipped to handle a given task.
Чувствовать предрасположенность к какому-либо делу, занятию.
Do you feel up to jogging a mile a day with me?
Do you feel up to a short walk?
Не хочешь немного прогуляться?
feel up
To arouse sexually by manual contact.
You mean to tell me that you've been going out for six months and he hasn't ever tried to feel you up?
feeling blue
Ощущение печали, депрессии, грусти.
Last week my cat died. I’m feeling blue.
На прошлой неделе умерла моя кошка. Мне очень грустно.
get the feel of
To become used to or learn about, especially by feeling or handling; get used to the experience or feeling of; get skill in.
John had never driven a big car, and it took a while for him to get the feel of it.
You'll get the feel of the job after you've been there a few weeks.
gut feeling
An instinctive reaction.
I have a gut feeling that they will never get married in spite of all they say.
hard feeling
Angry or bitter feeling; enmity. Usually used in the plural.
Jim asked Andy to shake hands with him, just to show that there were no hard feelings.
Bob and George once quarreled over a girl, and there are still hard feelings between them.
make one feel at home
To be hospitable; welcome; make someone feel at ease.
They are very popular hosts because they always manage to make their guests feel at home.