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Definition of feel noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

     

    feel

     noun
    noun
    BrE BrE//fiːl//
     
    ; NAmE NAmE//fiːl//
     
    [singular]
     
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    touch
  1. 1the feel the feeling you get when you touch something or are touched You can tell it's silk by the feel. She loved the feel of the sun on her skin.
  2. 2an act of feeling or touching I had a feel of the material.
  3. impression
  4. 3the impression that is created by a place, situation, etc.; atmosphere It's a big city but it has the feel of a small town. The room has a comfortable feel to it. There is an international feel to the restaurant.
  5. Word Origin Old English fēlan, of West Germanic origin; related to Dutch voelen and German fühlen.Idioms
    get the feel of something/of doing something
     
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    to become familiar with something or with doing something I haven't got the feel of the brakes in this car yet.
    have a feel for something
     
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    to have an understanding of something or be naturally good at doing it She has a real feel for languages.
See the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary entry: feel