One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Have a sensitive appreciation or an intuitive understanding of.‘you have to have a feel for animals’
- ‘I don't have a feel for who I think is going to win this election.’
- ‘He has always had a feel for what the audience wants and never knowingly undersells a great event or oversells a poor event.’
- ‘As a native of another though larger country town in York, he has a feel for what the community expects.’
- ‘I really have a feel for what regular people like.’
- ‘We need people in there who have a feel for football and understand it.’
- ‘By talking with and observing enough users, you'll have a feel for which issues are general trends and which are random comments.’
- ‘You've got to have a feel for what's in style and what's in style for the customer.’
- ‘While I occasionally have a feel for how a game will work, I often don't, and don't even have the rules completely hashed out.’
- ‘I never tackle a design project until I have a feel for what is needed somewhere.’
- ‘I truly do not have a feel for how widespread that actually is.’
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