English version

feel the cold/heat

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfeel the cold/heatfeel the cold/heatFEEL HOT/COLD/TIRED ETCto suffer because of cold or hot weather Old people tend to feel the cold more. feel
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feel the cold/heatHe got up and wobbled, wiping blindly at his wet face, not even feeling the cold.He could feel the heat as he entered.Meanwhile, several small fire districts in San Diego County are feeling the heat from Proposition 218.I felt the heat hit my face as I stared through the opening with narrowed eyes.But this sector was the first to feel the heat of intense competition and spiralling development costs.You can feel the cold winds whipping across the barren island of Smuttynose as Maren relates her disturbing story.He must have been feeling the heat with all that weight to carry about, but he looked quite cheerful and relaxed.
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