简明英汉词典

feeling
[5fi:liN]
n.
触觉, 知觉, 感觉, 情绪, 同情
adj.
富于感情的, 富于同情心的, 衷心的, 有同情心的, 有感觉的, 仁慈的

美国传统词典[双解]

feeling
feel.ing
AHD:[f?“l1ng]
D.J.[6fi8li0]
K.K.[6fil!0]
n.(名词)

(1)

The sensation involving perception by touch.
感觉:包括触觉在内的感觉

(2)

A sensation experienced through touch.
触觉:由触摸获得的感觉

(3)

A physical sensation:
身体的触感:
a feeling of warmth.
暖和的感觉

(4)

An affective state of consciousness, such as that resulting from emotions, sentiments, or desires:
感觉,感受:由感情、情绪或欲望引起的感知的情绪状态:
experienced a feeling of excitement.
体验了兴奋的感觉

(5)

An awareness or impression:
意识或印象:
He had the feeling that he was being followed.
他觉察到他正在被跟踪

(6)

An emotional state or disposition; an emotion:
情绪:情感状态或性情;感情:
expressed deep feeling.
表达深厚的感情

(7)

A tender emotion; a fondness.
柔情;爱好

(8)

Capacity to experience the higher emotions; sensitivity; sensibility:
体谅:体验更高尚的情感的能力;敏感;善感性:
a man of feeling.
多愁善感的人

(9)

feelings Susceptibility to emotional response; sensibilities:
feelings 感情:情感反应的敏感性;感觉能力:
The child's feelings are easily hurt.
那孩子的痛处很容易被触到

(10)

Opinion based more on emotion than on reason; sentiment.
感想:更多地建立在感情而不是理智上的观点;感想

(11)

A general impression conveyed by a person, place, or thing:
气氛:一个人、地方或事物给人的整体印象:
The stuffy air gave one the feeling of being in a tomb.
闷热的空气使人觉得象在坟墓里

(12)

Appreciative regard or understanding:
尊重:带有欣赏的尊敬和理解:
a feeling for propriety.
尊重礼仪

(13)

Intuitive awareness or aptitude; a feel:
领悟力:直觉意识或资质;直感:
has a feeling for language.
对语言有领悟力
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Having the ability to react or feel emotionally; sentient; sensitive.
有感情的:有能力用感情反应或感受的;有感觉力的;敏感的

(2)

Easily moved emotionally; sympathetic:
易动感情的;富于同情心的:
a feeling heart.
富于同情的心

(3)

Expressive of sensibility or emotion:
表达感情的或敏感的:
a feeling glance.
含情脉脉的一瞥

继承用法

feelingly
adv.(副词)

参考词汇

(1)

feelingemotionpassionsentiment

(2)

These nouns refer to complex and usually strong subjective human response, such as love or hate. Although feeling and emotion are sometimes interchangeable, feeling is the more general and neutral:
这些名词指的是情绪反应,并通常指强烈的主观的个人反应,例如爱或恨。尽管feeling 和 emotion 有时可以互换使用, 但feeling 更概括更中性:
feelings of hope and joy;
充满希望和快乐的感觉;
a feeling of inferiority;
自卑感;
religious feelings.
宗教情感,
“I have said that poetry is the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings: it takes its origin from emotion recollected in tranquillity” (William Wordsworth).
“我曾经说过诗是强烈感情的自然流露:它源于情感,但在平静中回忆” (威廉·华兹华斯)。

(3)

Emotion is often considered to be the stronger of the two terms and to imply the presence of excitement or agitation:
Emotion 常被认为是这两个词条中较强烈的一个,暗含兴奋或焦虑的意思:
He has difficulty controlling his emotions.
他很难控制自己的感情,
“Poetry is not a turning loose of emotion, but an escape from emotion” (T.S. Eliot).
“诗不是情感的转向松弛,而是情感的出口” (T·S·艾略特)。

(4)

Passion is intense, compelling emotion:
Passion 指强烈的、咄咄逼人的情感:
“They seemed like ungoverned children inflamed with the fiercest passions of men” (Francis Parkman).
“他们看起来象狂野不羁的孩子,却燃烧着男子汉最炽烈的情感” (弗朗西斯·帕克曼)。

(5)

Sentiment often applies to a thought or opinion arising from or influenced by emotion:
Sentiment 常指由情感或受情感影响而产生的想法或意见:
What are your sentiments about the government's policies? The word can also refer to the delicate, sensitive, or higher or more refined feelings:
你对政府的政策有什么想法? 此词也指细腻的、敏感的或更高级或更细微的感情:
“The mystic reverence, the religious allegiance, which are essential to a true monarchy, are imaginative sentiments that no legislature can manufacture in any people” (Walter Bagehot).See also Synonyms at opinion
“不可思议的崇敬和宗教般的忠诚对真正的君主政体都是至关重要的,都是富于想象力的情操,没有立法机关可以使任何一个人产生此种情感” (瓦尔特·白哲特)参见同义词 opinion

现代英汉词典

feeling
[5fi:lIN]
n.

(1)

感触,感觉
a feeling of discomfort
不舒服的感觉

(2)

相信
I have a feeling he'll come.
我觉得他要来了。

(3)

知觉
He had lost all feeling in the left leg.
他的左腿完全失去了知觉。

(4)

激情
He played the piano with feeling.
他弹钢琴时充满激情。

词性变化

feeling
adj.
多情的
a feeling look
多情的一眼

现代英汉综合大辞典

feeling
[5fi:liN]
n.

(1)

触觉; 感觉; 知觉

(2)

[常用复]感情; 心情; 情绪

(3)

同情; 体谅; 怜悯

(4)

恶感; 反感; 气愤

(5)

看法; 感想; 预感

(6)

气氛; (艺术品的)情调

(7)

(对艺术等的)感受; 敏感; 鉴赏力
aesthetic feeling
美感
soft feeling
柔软感; 手感柔软
feeling for inferiority
自卑感
feeling of responsibility
责任感
feeling of superiority
优越感
show much [no]feeling for
对...深表[毫无]同情
a man of fine feeling
会体谅人的人
have a feeling for music
对音乐有感受力
It is my feeling that things are not so simple.
我感觉事情并不那么简单。

词性变化

feeling
[5fi:liN]
adj.

(1)

富于同情心的

(2)

衷心的

(3)

动人的

(4)

表达感情的
a feeling story
动人的故事
a feeling heart
多情善感
a feeling glance
含情脉脉的一瞥

继承用法

feelingful
adj.
充满感情的

feelingless
adj.
没有感情的; 没有知觉的

feelingly
adv.

feelingness
n.

习惯用语

a feeling in the bones
一种直觉的想法

appeal to sb.'s better feelings
诉诸某人的良心

be dead to all feeling
麻木不仁; 全无心肝

be lost to all feeling
麻木不仁; 全无心肝

enter into sb.'s feelings
表同情, 体谅

entertain a feeling against sb.
对某人怀有恶感

fellow feeling

(1)

同情心

(2)

共同的利害观念

good feeling
好感

have a feeling
预感到

have (a) feeling for
对...有体会; 对...有感受力

have a feeling of (that)
觉得

have mixed feelings
悲喜交集

have no feeling (for)

(1)

没有同情心

(2)

失去感觉, 麻木

(3)

心平气和

hurt sb.'s feelings
伤某人的感情, 冒犯[触怒]某人

ill feeling
恶感, 反感

Monday-morning feeling
星期一工作不起劲的情绪(由于星期日玩得太利害)

one's better feelings
良心, 天良

relieve one's feelings
发泄感情; 泄愤

spare sb.'s feeling s
不伤害某人的感情

strong feelings

(1)

强烈的感受性

(2)

强烈的反感, 愤慨

参考词汇
feeling     emotion     passion     sentiment    
都含“感情”、 “感觉”的意思。

(1)

feeling 指 “生理上受到刺激产生的感觉,或对某事的主观的强烈的反应”; 作“感情”解时,常用复数,如:
I never like to hurt people's feelings.
我从不愿意伤害别人的感情。

(2)

emotion指“精神上极强烈的感情”, 如:
The girl was overwhelmed with emotion and couldn't speak for a moment.
这女孩非常激动, 一时说不出话来。

(3)

passion 语气比 emotion 强, 特别用于“性爱或愤怒等使人失去理智或判断,以至不能自持”的情况, 如:
ln a passion of rage he killed her.
一气之下, 他把她杀了。

(4)

sentiment含“有较多的理智成分”, 特指“较长期稳定的高尚情感”, 可指“优美的情操”, 也可指“浪漫色彩的感情”或“矫揉造作的感情”, 如:
We are often swayed by sentiment.
我们经常受感情的支配。

用法词典

feeling
feel感觉+-ing名词后缀

参考词汇

(1)

feeling,affection,emotion,sentiment,passion这组名词的一般含义是“感情”。

(2)

feeling所表示的“感情”可以是愉快的或痛苦的,也可以是喜爱的或厌恶的,而且这种反应既可能是精神的也可能是肉体的。除非根据上下文或者修饰语,一般看不出feeling的心理反应的性质
The Algerian landing had been viewed with mixed feelings in a politically divided France,…
在政治分歧的法国,各派怀着不同的感情来看待在阿尔及利亚登陆一事,……

(3)

affection的含义也是感情,主要用于表示“爱好”或“倾向于喜爱”,通常包含“愿望”的意思
Elephants like to have one master just as dogs do, and are capable of a considerable degree of personal affection.
大象正象狗一样,喜欢专一的主人,而且能够有相当程度的个人感情。

(4)

emotion 也具有feeling的含义,但是它的“感情”却多了一层“激动”的意义。
A gifted American psychologist has said,"Worry is a spasm of emotion…"
一位有天赋的美国心理学家说过:“焦急是感情的一阵发作……”
…;the violent thief is usually at the mercy of an instant emotion.
行凶的强盗通常受一时感情冲动的支配。

(5)

sentiment表示的“感情”包含着较强的理智因素,通常用来表示优雅的感情,即所谓“情操”、“情趣”,有时也表示浪漫的感情,比如“情调”
A statesman should be animated by lofty sentiments.
政治家应当焕发出崇高的情操。

(6)

passion表示强烈的“激情”。这种感情可以是占有或报复的欲望,而且较少或根本不受理智的制约
Notice how the cold, colourless men, without ideas and with no other passion but craving for success, get on in this society,…
看看那些冷酷无情、毫无个性特色、无见地和除了渴望飞黄腾达别无任何激情的人是怎样在此社会里青云直上的……

英文相关词典

feeling
reason    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

feeling
感觉;感受性;知觉

[七国语言]英汉生物学大词典

feeling
感情

[七国语言]英汉医学大词典

feeling
感情

美国传统词典

feeling
feel.ing
AHD:[f?“l1ng]
D.J.[6fi8li0]
K.K.[6fil!0]
n.

(1)

The sensation involving perception by touch.

(2)

A sensation experienced through touch.

(3)

A physical sensation:
a feeling of warmth.

(4)

An affective state of consciousness, such as that resulting from emotions, sentiments, or desires:
experienced a feeling of excitement.

(5)

An awareness or impression:
He had the feeling that he was being followed.

(6)

An emotional state or disposition; an emotion:
expressed deep feeling.

(7)

A tender emotion; a fondness.

(8)

Capacity to experience the higher emotions; sensitivity; sensibility:
a man of feeling.

(9)

feelings Susceptibility to emotional response; sensibilities:
The child's feelings are easily hurt.

(10)

Opinion based more on emotion than on reason; sentiment.

(11)

A general impression conveyed by a person, place, or thing:
The stuffy air gave one the feeling of being in a tomb.

(12)

Appreciative regard or understanding:
a feeling for propriety.

(13)

Intuitive awareness or aptitude; a feel:
has a feeling for language.
adj.

(1)

Having the ability to react or feel emotionally; sentient; sensitive.

(2)

Easily moved emotionally; sympathetic:
a feeling heart.

(3)

Expressive of sensibility or emotion:
a feeling glance.

继承用法

feelingly
adv.

参考词汇

(1)

feeling, emotion, passion, sentiment

(2)

These nouns refer to complex and usually strong subjective human response, such as love or hate. Although feeling and emotion are sometimes interchangeable, feeling is the more general and neutral:
feelings of hope and joy;
a feeling of inferiority;
religious feelings.
“I have said that poetry is the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings: it takes its origin from emotion recollected in tranquillity” (William Wordsworth).

(3)

Emotion is often considered to be the stronger of the two terms and to imply the presence of excitement or agitation:
He has difficulty controlling his emotions.
“Poetry is not a turning loose of emotion, but an escape from emotion” (T.S. Eliot).

(4)

Passion is intense, compelling emotion:
“They seemed like ungoverned children inflamed with the fiercest passions of men” (Francis Parkman).

(5)

Sentiment often applies to a thought or opinion arising from or influenced by emotion:
What are your sentiments about the government's policies? The word can also refer to the delicate, sensitive, or higher or more refined feelings:
“The mystic reverence, the religious allegiance, which are essential to a true monarchy, are imaginative sentiments that no legislature can manufacture in any people” (Walter Bagehot).See also Synonyms at opinion

英汉船舶大词典

feeling
n.感觉

英汉航海大词典

feeling
n.知觉

英汉化学大词典

feeling
n.感觉;adj.有感觉的

英汉海运大词典

feeling
触,摸感觉

基本词义

feeling
触,摸,感觉

英汉经贸大词典

feeling
n.知觉

英汉计算机大词典

feeling
n.感觉;adj.有感觉的

英汉心理学大词典

feeling
感情

基本词义

feeling
情感

英汉医学大词典

feeling
n.感觉,感情

英汉中医大词典

feeling
n.感觉

英汉造纸大词典

feeling
n.手感

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