- 感 [gǎn]
- （觉得） feel; sense:
not feel very well; be under the weather; be out of sorts; 身体略感不适
I feel keenly that my ability falls short of my wishes. 我深感力不从心。- （怀有谢意） be grateful; be obliged; appreciate:
I should be grateful if you would send it to me at an early date. 请早日寄下为感。- （感动） move; touch:
be deeply moved 深有所感- （中医指感受风寒） be affected:
be affected by the cold; get a cold 外感风寒- （接触光线而发生变化） sensitize
- （感觉; 情感; 感想） sense; feeling; emotion:
aesthetic feeling; sense of beauty; 美感
favourable impression; 好感
I'm sorry to hear that.
The room has a nice cosy feel.
As the train began to move a pleasant draught cooled us all down.
We'd like you to feel you're part of the family.
After a week at sea, it was good to feel the earth under our feet again.
A retired person should not be made to feel he's on the shelf.