English version

have/get the feeling (that)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave/get the feeling (that)have/get the feeling (that)KNOW somethingto think that something is probably true, or will probably happenhave/get the feeling (that) (that) Leslie suddenly got the feeling that somebody was watching her. He had a sneaking feeling (=a slight feeling that something is true, without being sure) that they were laughing at him. Gary had a sinking feeling (=had a sudden bad feeling that something was true) that he was making a mistake.have/get the feeling (that) about I have a good feeling about this. I think it’s going to work. feeling
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good feelingIt gives us a good feeling about ourselves and the world around us.A good feeling to be away from it.Male speaker It's no good feeling bitter.It's not the government's fault.Actually, his term began with an era of good feeling.On the first morning, a Saturday, Reagan and Gorbachev greeted each other amiably and with every indication of good feeling.Problem relief leads to positive good feelings for your whole body.It was a pretty good feeling, even not knowing what I was going to do in life now.Enjoy the good feelings you get.
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