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gǎn jué
v./n. to feel, to perceive; to think, to be afraid (that), to guess; feeling, sense

Simplified Chinese

Traditional Chinese

Simplified stroke orders are based on the 'Standard of National Commonly-used Mandarin Chinese Characters (现代汉语通用字笔顺规范)', issued by the China National Language and Character Working Committee (国家语言文字工作委员会) on April 7th 1997. Traditional stroke orders are based on information issued by the Taiwan Ministry of Education.
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xìng fú de gǎn jué
nphr. feeling of happiness
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wó gǎn jué tā zhǐ shì kāi wán xiào ér yǐ
phr. I feel he was just playing a joke.
zhè shì hē zuì yí yàng de gǎn jué
phr. it's the feeling of being drunk
wó gǎn jué zhè gè zhōu mò guò de hěn cháng
phr. I feel that this weekend is very long.
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wó gǎn jué hǎo duō le .
phr. I feel much better.
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jīn tiān gǎn jué zěn me yàng ?
phr. How do (you) feel today?
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kàn le zhè běn shū , ní yǒu shén me gǎn jué ?
phr. After reading this book, what feelings do you have?
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tā de yǎn chàng huì wǒ zài shàng hǎi kàn guò le , gǎn jué bù zěn me yàng .
phr. I have attended his concert in Shanghai, and I think it's just so-so.
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gǎn jué zěn me yàng ?
phr. How (do you) feel?; What (do you) think?