Le verbe feel en anglais : conjugaison, définition, synonymes et expressions

Vous allez dĂ©couvrir toute la conjugaison de feel en anglais, mais Ă©galement ses dĂ©finitions, ses synonymes, ses expressions et les phrasal verbs qui y sont liĂ©s.

Tableaux de conjugaison de feel en anglais

Conjugaison du verbe feel Ă  l’indicatif

Le verbe feel au present simple

  • I feel
  • You feel
  • He/she/it feels
  • We feel
  • You feel
  • They feel

Le verbe feel au present continuous

  • I am feeling
  • You are feeling
  • He/she/it is feeling
  • We are feeling
  • You are feeling
  • They are feeling

Le verbe feel past simple

  • I felt
  • You felt
  • He/she/it felt
  • We felt
  • You felt
  • They felt

Le verbe feel au past continuous

  • I was feeling
  • You were feeling
  • He/she/it was feeling
  • We were feeling
  • You were feeling
  • They were feeling

Le verbe feel au present perfect

  • I have felt
  • You have felt
  • He/she/it has felt
  • We have felt
  • You have felt
  • They have felt

Le verbe feel au present perfect continuous

  • I have been feeling
  • You have been feeling
  • He/she/it has been feeling
  • We have been feeling
  • You have been feeling
  • They have been feeling

Le verbe feel au past perfect

  • I had felt
  • You had felt
  • He/she/it had felt
  • We had felt
  • You had felt
  • They had felt

Le verbe feel au past perfect continuous

  • I had been feeling
  • You had been feeling
  • He/she/it had been feeling
  • We had been feeling
  • You had been feeling
  • They had been feeling

Le verbe feel au future

  • I will feel
  • You will feel
  • He/she/it will feel
  • We will feel
  • You will feel
  • They will feel

Le verbe feel au future continuous

  • I will be feeling
  • You will be feeling
  • He/she/it will be feeling
  • We will be feeling
  • You will be feeling
  • They will be feeling

Le verbe feel au future perfect

  • I will have felt
  • You will have felt
  • He/she/it will have felt
  • We will have felt
  • You will have felt
  • They will have felt

Le verbe feel au future perfect continuous

  • I will have been feeling
  • You will have been feeling
  • He/she/it will have been feeling
  • We will have been feeling
  • You will have been feeling
  • They will have been feeling

Conjugaison du verbe feel au conditionnel

Le verbe feel au conditional present

  • I would feel
  • You would feel
  • He/she/it would feel
  • We would feel
  • You would feel
  • They would feel

Le verbe feel au conditional present continuous

  • I would be feeling
  • You would be feeling
  • He/she/it would be feeling
  • We would be feeling
  • You would be feeling
  • They would be feeling

Le verbe feel au conditional perfect

  • I would have felt
  • You would have felt
  • He/she/it would have felt
  • We would have felt
  • You would have felt
  • They would have felt

Le verbe feel au conditional perfect continuous

  • I would have been feeling
  • You would have been feeling
  • He/she/it would have been feeling
  • We would have been feeling
  • You would have been feeling
  • They would have been feeling

Les autres formes

L’infinitif de feel

  • to feel

Participe présent de feel

  • feeling

Participe passé de feel

  • felt

L’impĂ©ratif de feel

  • feel
  • let’s feel

DĂ©finition de feel en anglais

Que veut dire le verbe feel en anglais ?

Le Cambridge Dictionary donne plusieurs dĂ©finitions du verbe feel.

Penchons-nous sur les principales :

1. To experience something physical or emotional

Every time I eat, I feel nauseous.
→  Ă€ chaque fois que je mange, je me sens nausĂ©ux.

2. To have a particular opinion about or attitude towards something

I feel that I should move into a bigger home.
→ Je pense que je devrais dĂ©mĂ©nager dans une plus grande maison.

3. To touch something in order to discover something about it

The skin feels softer after 2 weeks of use.
→ La peau est plus douce après 2 semaines d’utilisation.

Pour accĂ©der Ă  l’intĂ©gralitĂ© de la page du Cambridge Dictionary, cliquez ici !

Les phrasal verbs avec feel en anglais

Rappel : les phrasal verbs (ou “verbes Ă  particule”) sont des verbes qui, lorsqu’ils sont suivis d’un autre mot (la particule), voient leur sens initial complĂ©tĂ© ou modifiĂ©.

Il existe quatre phrasal verbs formĂ©s sur le verbe feel :

  • feel for somebody â†’ compatir avec, avoir de la peine pour quelqu’un (familier)
  • feel for somebody â†’ ĂŞtre amoureux de, en pincer pour quelqu’un (familier)
  • feel somebody up â†’ peloter quelqu’un (familier)
  • feel something out â†’ se faire une idĂ©e de quelque chose, tâter le terrain

Les synonymes de feel en anglais

En fonction du contexte, vous pouvez remplacer le verbe to feel par l’un des verbes suivants :

  • caress â†’ caresser
  • comprehend â†’ comprendre, saisir
  • fondle â†’ caresser
  • grope â†’ peloter, tripoter (familier)
  • manipulate â†’ manipuler
  • palpate â†’ palper
  • paw â†’ peloter, tripoter (familier)
  • perceive â†’ percevoir, discerner
  • sense â†’ sentir

Expressions avec feel en anglais

  • cop a feel â†’ mettre une main aux fesses (vulgaire)
  • feel ambivalent about something â†’ Ă©mettre des doutes sur quelque chose
  • feel annoyed â†’ ĂŞtre Ă©nervĂ©, fâchĂ©, contrariĂ©
  • feel anxious â†’ ĂŞtre anxieux, nerveux, tendu
  • feel ashamed of yourself â†’ avoir honte de soi
  • feel bad â†’ s’en vouloir, se sentir coupable, culpabiliser
  • feel blue â†’ dĂ©primer, ne pas avoir le moral, avoir le cafard (familier)
  • feel compelled to do something â†’ se sentir obligĂ© de faire quelque chose
  • feel dizzy â†’ avoir la tĂŞte qui tourne
  • feel down â†’ se sentir dĂ©primĂ©, dĂ©moralisĂ© (familier)
  • feel good â†’ avoir la conscience tranquille
  • feel hemmed in â†’ se sentir pris au piège
  • feel like a million bucks (anglais amĂ©ricain) → pĂ©ter la forme (familier)
  • feel no pain â†’ ĂŞtre ivre, ĂŞtre saoul
  • feel on top of the world â†’ ĂŞtre aux anges
  • feel right at home â†’ se sentir Ă  l’aise, se sentir chez soi (familier)
  • feel rotten â†’ ne pas se sentir bien, ĂŞtre mal fichu (familier)
  • feel sick â†’ avoir envie de vomir
  • feel something in your bones â†’ avoir l’intime conviction de quelque chose
  • feel the pinch â†’ souffrir financièrement
  • feel your gorge rise â†’ sentir la colère monter, se sentir Ă©cĹ“urĂ©

Ă€ l’instar de to feed, to draw, to write, to send et to leave, to feel est un verbe irrĂ©gulier. Il faut donc faire particulièrement attention aux terminaisons du prĂ©tĂ©rit et du participe passĂ©.

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