What is the Meaning of
for English Language Learners (ELL) – those learning to speak English as a Second Language (ESL), or English as an Additional Language (EAL)
be sympathetic toward someone because they are in a difficult situation
1. I really feel for her. She got bad news from home today, and she has to defend her thesis this week.
1. I really feel for him. His father passed away this week.
look for something without being able to see it by using your hands
1. I couldn’t find the light switch so I had to feel for my keys in the dark.
2. I felt for my lipstick in my purse, but couldn’t find it without looking.
|present –||FEEL FOR|
|present participle –||FEELING FOR|
|past –||FELT FOR|
|past participle –||FELT FOR|