00690305-v 'have a feeling or perception about oneself in reaction to someone's behavior or attitude'; V2, V3; 
Arabic أحس , بدا عند اللمس , جس , أدرك , حس , أمن , تلمس , مس , شم , شعر , أحسّ , وعى
Catalan sentir , sentir-se
English feel37 ()
Finnish tuntea itsensä jksk
French estimer
Croatian osjećati
Indonesian berasa , rasa , merasa
Italian sentirsi
Japanese 感じる , 感じ取る , 自覚 , 感取 , 想う , 自覚+する , 思う , 感ずる , 感取+する
Portuguese achar , sentir-se , considerar
Chinese (traditional) 覺得 , 感到 , 感覺 ,
Romanian [se] simți
Slovak cítiť sa
Spanish sentir
Thai รู้สึก
Malaysian berasa , rasa
Definitions
Italian
avere di se stessi una certa opinione ― mi sento un verme
Japanese
誰かの行動または態度に対する反応において自分の感情を持ちまたは認知をする ― 彼女は小さく、取るに足りないと感じた; あなたは私に裸だと感じさせる; 私は学生に自分たちに関して異なると感じさせた
Romanian
A fi conștient de o însușire, de o dispoziție sau de o stare proprie, ca reacție la comportamentul altcuiva
English
have a feeling or perception about oneself in reaction to someone's behavior or attitude ― She felt small and insignificant; You make me feel naked; I made the students feel different about themselves
Relations
Hypernym: think
Semantic Field: cognitionv
Verb Frames
Somebody ----s somebody to INFINITIVE;   Somebody ----s somebody PP;   Something ----s something Adjective/Noun;   Somebody ----s something PP;  
External Links

SUMO: ⊂ PsychologicalProcess

TempoWN: (Past: 0.000; Present: 0.987; Future: 0.002)

SentiWN: (+0.12 -0.00) MLSentiCon: (+0.38 -0.00)


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