feel bad

чувствовать себя плохо быть виноватым

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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  • feel-bad — feel good, feel bad We have had the feel good factor and feelgoodism since 1977, when the New York Times reported that the latest aberration in the American pursuit of happiness is the feelgood movement. The word had been used earlier in Dr… …   Modern English usage

  • feel-bad — feelˈ bad or feelˈbad adjective (informal) Causing a feeling of personal unease • • • Main Entry: ↑feel …   Useful english dictionary

  • feel bad — not feel well, feel ill; feel pity or sorrow …   English contemporary dictionary

  • feel-bad — adjective creating a feeling of anxiety or despair Ant: feel good …   Wiktionary

  • feel bad (about something) — phrase to feel guilty or unhappy about something Tim felt bad about leaving without saying goodbye. Thesaurus: to be, or to become ashamed or embarrassedsynonym Main entry: bad …   Useful english dictionary

  • feel-bad factor — noun The antidote to the feel good factor (qv below) • • • Main Entry: ↑feel …   Useful english dictionary

  • feel bad about — (informal) To be sorry about, regret • • • Main Entry: ↑bad …   Useful english dictionary

  • You Can Feel Bad — Infobox Single Name = You Can Feel Bad Cover size = Border = Caption = Artist = Patty Loveless Album = The Trouble with the Truth A side = You Can Feel Bad B side = Released = start date|1995|12|30 Format = Cassette Single, CD Single Recorded =… …   Wikipedia

  • feel-good — feel good, feel bad We have had the feel good factor and feelgoodism since 1977, when the New York Times reported that the latest aberration in the American pursuit of happiness is the feelgood movement. The word had been used earlier in Dr… …   Modern English usage

  • bad, badly — Bad is an adjective, badly an adverb. Despite this clear grammatical distinction, people tend to say I feel badly about as often as the more correct I feel bad. In time, distinction between the forms may break down further, but as of now I feel… …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • bad — bad, badly 1. After the verb feel, bad is an adjective complement (meaning either ‘guilty, ashamed’ or ‘unwell’) rather than an adverb: • To be absolutely honest, what I feel really bad about is that I don t feel worse Michael Frayn, 1965. After… …   Modern English usage

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