觉得 (Chinese PinYin: [jué de]; traditional Chinese:覺得) may mean: (1) verb. feel, e.g. 觉得累 (feel tired); (2) verb. think, e.g. 个人觉得 (according to one’s opinion). Literally: 觉 (feel) + 得 (get; come down with). It is one of the basic Chinese words used in everyday conversations. Some example phrases and expressions are: 觉得奇怪 (feel weird), 觉得惭愧 (feel ashamed), 觉得理亏 (know that one is in the wrong), 觉得可惜 (feel pity), 觉得不行 (it may not work).
1. How to pronounce 觉得?
Chinese Pinyin: [jué de]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 觉得
Synonyms: 以为, 认为, 感觉,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 觉得.
Fixed expression: N/A
Collocation: 个人觉得 (according to one’s opinion), 觉得奇怪 (feel weird), 觉得惭愧 (feel ashamed), 觉得理亏 (know that one is in the wrong), 觉得可惜 (feel pity), 觉得不行 (it may not work), 觉得好笑 (it’s funny), 不觉得 (don’t think), 觉得可疑 (smell a rat), 觉得很好 (think well of),
4. How to use 觉得 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 觉得.
Translation: I think what you said is right.
Translation: What do you think?
4.3 她觉得有点累, 回家休息去了.
Translation: She felt a little tired and went home for rest.
Translation: I think this project is extremely risky.
4.5 当一些女生卖萌的时候, 你会觉得烦吗?
Translation: Does it annoy you when some girls try to act too cute or kiddish?
4.6 有的人爱炫富因为他们觉得是钱和他们的财产让他们变得重要, 有价值和受人爱戴
Translation: Some people love showing off their wealth because they think that their money and their possessions is what makes them important, valuable, loved.
4.7 许多时候，我会觉得懊丧和恼怒, 因为我改变不了自己, 也无法怪罪别人。
Translation: There were times when I felt depressed and angry because I couldn’t change the way I was, or blame anyone for that matter.
Translation: Some people think that the “Sent From My Phone” signature leaks one’s personal information.
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