Wortfeld: Emotionen und Gefühle - Grundlegendes

 

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    • feeling, feelings[ˈfiːlɪŋ](Nomen)
    • Definition:
      • a sensation, particularly through the skin, for example when someone touches you
      • a sensation that you feel inside your body, often referred to the heart rather than to the brain; an emotional state or well-being
    • Übersetzung:
      • Gefühl
    • Beispiel:
      • Many people still have feelings for their first love.
    • feel, felt, felt[fiːl](Unregelmäßiges Verb)
    • Definition:
      • to become aware of through the skin, to use the sense of touch
      • to experience an emotion or other mental state
    • Übersetzung:
      • fühlen
    • Beispiel:
      • I can feel the sadness in his poems.
    • emotion, emotions[əˈmoʊʃn̩](Nomen)
    • Definition:
      • a person's internal state of being and involuntary physiological response to an object or a situation, based on or tied to a physical state and sensory data
    • Übersetzung:
      • Emotion
    • Beispiel:
      • Her face never shows any emotion.
      • Synonym(e):
        feeling, affect
    • mood, moods[muːd](Nomen)
    • Definition:
      • a person's mental or emotional state, composure
    • Übersetzung:
      • Stimmung
    • Beispiel:
      • I'm in a sad mood since I dumped my lover.
      • Synonym(e):
        composure, humour, spirits, temperament
    • temper, tempers['tɛmpə(r)](Nomen)
    • Definition:
      • a tendency to anger or lose patience easily, being in a rather bad mood
    • Übersetzung:
      • Laune
    • Beispiel:
      • He has quite a temper when dealing with salespeople.
    • like[laɪk](Verb)
    • Definition:
      • to enjoy, be pleased by something; to prefer and maintain (an action) as a regular habit or activity; to find attractive, to have mild romantic feelings for somebody
    • Übersetzung:
      • mögen
    • Beispiel:
      • I like skiing in winter.
      • Antonym(e):
        dislike, hate
    • likes and dislikes(Chunk)
    • Übersetzung:
      • Vorlieben und Abneigungen
    • Beispiel:
      • What are your likes and dislikes?
  • interessiert
    • interested[ˈɪntɹɛstɪd](Adjektiv)
    • Definition:
      • having or showing great attention and concern for someone or something; showing intellectual curiosity
    • Übersetzung:
      • interessiert
    • Beispiel:
      • I'm very interested in going to see that play.
  • sentimental
    • sentimental(Adjektiv)
    • Definition:
      • derived from emotion rather than reason; characterised by sentiment or excess emotion
    • Übersetzung:
      • sentimental
    • Beispiel:
      • She never thought he could be so sentimental.
  • nervös
    • nervous[ˈnɜː.vəs](Adjektiv)
    • Definition:
      • easily agitated or alarmed by something; relating to or affecting the nerves; a feeling that many people have before an exam
    • Übersetzung:
      • nervös
    • Beispiel:
      • Are you nervous to meet your father-in-law?
      • Antonym(e):
        calm, relaxed
  • durcheinander
    • confused[kənˈfjuːzd](Adjektiv)
    • Definition:
      • a feeling caused by something that makes no sense, something illogical
    • Übersetzung:
      • durcheinander
    • Beispiel:
      • I was confused by all the people suddenly showing up at my place.
      • Synonym(e):
        puzzled, perplexed
  • gelangweilt
    • bored['bɔː(r)d](Adjektiv)
    • Definition:
      • uninterested, without attention; having nothing to do
    • Übersetzung:
      • gelangweilt
    • Beispiel:
      • When there's nothing to do and no one of my friends is around, I really get bored.
  • schockiert
    • shocked[ʃɒkt](Adjektiv)
    • Definition:
      • surprised, startled, confused, or taken aback by something that was not expected
    • Übersetzung:
      • schockiert
    • Beispiel:
      • She was shocked by the high amount she had to pay.
  • überrascht
    • surprised[səˈpɹaɪzd](Adjektiv)
    • Definition:
      • experiencing the pleasant feelings caused by something good that was unexpected
    • Übersetzung:
      • überrascht
    • Beispiel:
      • She was surprised by all the presents she got.
      • Synonym(e):
        astonished
 

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feeling
feel
emotion
mood
temper
like
interested
sentimental
nervous
confused
bored
shocked
surprised
 

     
       

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        likes and dislikes
        surprised
        experiencing the pleasant feelings caused by something good that was unexpected
        shocked
        surprised, startled, confused, or taken aback by something that was not expected
        like
        to enjoy, be pleased by something; to prefer and maintain (an action) as a regular habit or activity; to find attractive, to have mild romantic feelings for somebody
        nervous
        easily agitated or alarmed by something; relating to or affecting the nerves; a feeling that many people have before an exam
        feel
        to become aware of through the skin, to use the sense of touch
        bored
        uninterested, without attention; having nothing to do
        confused
        a feeling caused by something that makes no sense, something illogical
        sentimental
        derived from emotion rather than reason; characterised by sentiment or excess emotion
        feeling
        a sensation, particularly through the skin, for example when someone touches you
        emotion
        a person's internal state of being and involuntary physiological response to an object or a situation, based on or tied to a physical state and sensory data
        mood
        a person's mental or emotional state, composure
        interested
        having or showing great attention and concern for someone or something; showing intellectual curiosity
        temper
        a tendency to anger or lose patience easily, being in a rather bad mood
         
         
         

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        bored
        gelangweilt
        like
        mögen
        interested
        interessiert
        nervous
        nervös
        temper
        Laune
        feeling
        Gefühl
        mood
        Stimmung
        surprised
        überrascht
        emotion
        Emotion
        sentimental
        sentimental
        feel
        fühlen
        confused
        durcheinander
        likes and dislikes
        Vorlieben und Abneigungen
        shocked
        schockiert
         
         
         

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        sentimental
        sentimental
        surprised
        surprised
        bored
        bored
        shocked
        shocked
        interested
        interested
        confused
        confused
        nervous
        nervous
         
         
         

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        überrascht
        experiencing the pleasant feelings caused by something good that was unexpected
        gelangweilt
        uninterested, without attention; having nothing to do
        Emotion
        a person's internal state of being and involuntary physiological response to an object or a situation, based on or tied to a physical state and sensory data
        fühlen
        to become aware of through the skin, to use the sense of touch
        nervös
        easily agitated or alarmed by something; relating to or affecting the nerves; a feeling that many people have before an exam
        mögen
        to enjoy, be pleased by something; to prefer and maintain (an action) as a regular habit or activity; to find attractive, to have mild romantic feelings for somebody
        interessiert
        having or showing great attention and concern for someone or something; showing intellectual curiosity
        Vorlieben und Abneigungen
        Gefühl
        a sensation, particularly through the skin, for example when someone touches you
        sentimental
        derived from emotion rather than reason; characterised by sentiment or excess emotion
        schockiert
        surprised, startled, confused, or taken aback by something that was not expected
        durcheinander
        a feeling caused by something that makes no sense, something illogical
        Stimmung
        a person's mental or emotional state, composure
        Laune
        a tendency to anger or lose patience easily, being in a rather bad mood
         
         
         

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        surprised
        experiencing the pleasant feelings caused by something good that was unexpected
        confused
        a feeling caused by something that makes no sense, something illogical
        bored
        uninterested, without attention; having nothing to do
        shocked
        surprised, startled, confused, or taken aback by something that was not expected
        interested
        having or showing great attention and concern for someone or something; showing intellectual curiosity
        nervous
        easily agitated or alarmed by something; relating to or affecting the nerves; a feeling that many people have before an exam
        sentimental
        derived from emotion rather than reason; characterised by sentiment or excess emotion
         
         
         

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        confused
        durcheinander
        shocked
        schockiert
        interested
        interessiert
        bored
        gelangweilt
        nervous
        nervös
        surprised
        überrascht
        sentimental
        sentimental
         
         
         
         

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