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to feel gloomy exp.
se sentir morose

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
être mal fichu
se sentir fatigué
se sentir mal
ne pas se sentir en sécurité
se sentir reposé
avoir mal au cœur
se sentir merveilleusement bien
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   (=texture)   toucher    m     
→ He remembered the feel of her skin.        
→ This gives their surface a curious prickly feel.        
   (=touch)   toucher    m     
to have a feel of sth      toucher qch  
→ That's a nasty bump you've got on your head. Let me have a feel of it.        
The room has a warm, cosy feel.      La pièce donne une impression de chaleur et de confort douillet.  
He tried to give the play a more contemporary feel.      Il a essayé de donner à la pièce un côté plus contemporain.  
to have the feel of sth      (=seem like)   donner l'impression de qch  
→ The whole film has the feel of a home-made wedding video        
→ The Brazilian Amazon has the feel of a tropical wild west ...        
to get the feel of        [+place]   se faire une impression générale de  
→ He wanted to get the feel of the place.        
→ It took me a few days just get the feel of things and the people        
  [+situation]   évaluer  
→ Try to get the feel of how your interview is going        
      vt     ( felt    pt, pp  )
   (=touch)   toucher  
→ Eric felt his face. "Am I bleeding?"        
The doctor felt his forehead.      Le docteur lui a touché le front.  
   (=explore by touching)   tâter, palper  
→ He felt the shape of their heads and identified several men        
to feel one's way        (in the dark)    avancer à tâtons  
→ feeling her way in the absolute darkness        
     (in new situation)    se familiariser  
I'm still feeling my way.      Je suis encore en train de me familiariser.  
   (=be aware of)   sentir  
→ Adam felt someone behind him and turned        
→ He felt her leg against his.        
He could feel their eyes following him.      Il sentait leurs yeux posés sur lui.  
to feel o.s. do sth      se sentir faire qch  
→ I felt myself blush        
     [+cold, pain]   sentir  
→ He felt a sudden pain in his leg.        
I didn't feel much pain.      Je n'ai presque rien senti.  
to feel the cold      être sensible au froid  
→ She never seemed to feel the cold.        
to feel the heat      être sensible à la chaleur  
→ Frank really feels the heat, you see. He doesn't like hot climates        
   (=perceive by touch)   toucher  
Feel how soft the skin is!      Touche comme la peau est douce!  
   to feel o.s.      (=be on form)  
I don't feel myself.      Je ne suis pas dans mon assiette.  
→ I haven't felt myself today. I had a bad night thinking about the race        
→ Her eyes were closed. 'I do not feel quite myself,' she said        
     [+grief, anger]   ressentir, éprouver  
→ ... the grief he felt after her death        
  [+desire]   ressentir  
→ Mrs Oliver felt a sudden desire to burst out crying.        
   (=think, believe)   penser  
→ We'd like to know what you feel about abortion ...        
What do you feel about it?      Qu'est ce que vous en pensez?  
to feel (that) ...      penser que ...  
→ I feel I'm neglecting my duty.        
→ I feel I should resign ...        
I feel that you ought to do it.      Je pense que vous devriez le faire.  
   [person]   (=be)   se sentir  
→ She feels guilty about spending less time lately with her two kids        
→ I am feeling very depressed        
I don't feel well.      Je ne me sens pas bien.  
to feel better      se sentir mieux  
to feel lonely      se sentir seul (e)     
I feel a bit lonely.      Je me sens un peu seul.  
to feel hungry      avoir faim  
I was feeling hungry.      J'avais faim.  
to feel cold      avoir froid  
I was feeling cold, so I went inside.      J'avais froid, alors je suis rentré.  
to feel sorry for sb      plaindre qn  
to feel like      (=want)   avoir envie de  
→ I feel like a stroll.        
→ Do you feel like a cup of tea?        
Do you feel like an ice cream?      Tu as envie d'une glace ?  
to feel like doing sth      avoir envie de faire qch  
→ He didn't feel like going back to sleep        
to feel like sth      (=as if one is)   avoir l'impression d'être qch  
→ I felt like a murderer.        
   [person]   (=think)   penser  
How do you feel about it?      Qu'en pensez-vous ?  
→ She knew how I felt about the subject.        
It feels soft.      C'est doux au toucher.  
→ The metal felt smooth and cold.        
It feels colder here.      Je trouve qu'il fait plus froid ici.  
It feels like velvet.      On dirait du velours., Ça ressemble au velours.  
it feels like I ..., it feels as if I ...      j'ai l'impression de ...  
→ It felt like I'd had two babies instead of one.        
→ Within five minutes of arriving back from holiday, it feels as if I've never been away ...        
It felt like learning the rules of a new game.      C'était comme apprendre les règles d'un nouveau jeu.  
→ Preparing for that first trial felt like learning the rules of a new game.        

feel around  
      vi   (=grope)   fouiller, tâtonner  
→ He felt around in the dark trying to find the light switch        
feel for  
      vt fus  
   (=try to find)  
chercher à tâtons  
→ I felt for my wallet.        
→ He felt for the light switch.        
   (=feel sorry for)  
→ I really feel for you.        
→ She cried on the phone and things like that and I really felt for her.        
feel-good   , feelgood  
[film, romance]  
qui réchauffe le cœur  
→ ... a bright and enjoyable feelgood romance.        
→ It's a feelgood film in the best sense of the word-simple, moving and not too sugary.        
    feel-good factor  
feel-good factor  
      n   optimisme    m     
→ There were obvious signs of the feel-good factor in the last survey taken in the wake of the election result.        
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"to feel gloomy": examples and translations in context
I feel gloomy enough as it is! Je suis assez déprimé comme ça.
When there is heavy rain, the heaven and earth becomes darkened, and people might tremble because of thundering and lightning, and they feel gloomy. Quand il y a de fortes pluies, le ciel et la terre deviennent sombres, et les gens pourraient trembler à cause de tonnerre et de la foudre, et ils se sentent tristes.
I feel a little gloomy about it. Je me sens un peu triste face à tout cela.
I feel you have a gloomy view of human nature, young man. J'ai l'impression que vous avez une vision sombre de la nature humaine, jeune homme.
Sunlight breaking through clouds can lift our spirits, while a dull, rainy day may make us feel a little gloomy. Il n'est pas rare qu'une journée ensoleillée influence positivement notre moral contrairement à un jour pluvieux qui pourrait nous rendre plus triste ou morose.
Hyeongnim, is it because of the negotiation period (Hyeongnim - respected older brother) that it feels so gloomy in here? Hyeongnim, est-ce que c'est à cause des négociations (Hyeongnim - frère ainé, forme respectueuse) que l'atmosphère est lourde ici ?
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