(gǎn )

感 English Translation

The English meaning of (gǎn ) is:

  • to feel
  • to move
  • to touch
  • to affect
  • feeling
  • emotion
  • (suffix) sense of ~

Example Usage of 感


Nǐmen duìwài yǔgǎn xìngqù ma? Are you interested in foreign languages?

Wǒ nányǐ yòng yányǔ biǎodá wǒ de gǎnqíng. I find it hard to express my feelings in words.

Wǒ méiyǒu bàifǎng tā, yīnwèi wǒ gǎnmàole. I didn't call on him because I had a cold.

Wǒ duì nǐ de hòuyánwúchǐ gǎndào jīngyà. I am amazed at your audacity.

Néng wéi nǐ fúwù wǒ huì gǎndào fēicháng gāoxìng. I'll be very happy if I can serve you.

Tā kāishǐ duì shēngtài xué gǎn xìngqù, shì shòudào tā de yǐngxiǎng. It was through his influence that she became interested in ecology.

Kàn nǐ bìng bù gǎndào jīngyà, nǐ kěndìng yǐjīng zhīdàole. You're not even phased, you must have known all along!

Alice cóng shàng zhōu rì qǐ jiù gǎnmàole. Alice has had a cold since last Sunday.

Wǒ gǎnjué hǎoxiàng sǐle yīyàng. I feel dead.

Wǒ méi qǐng tā lái cānjiā qìngzhù huì, gǎndào yǒudiǎn nèijiù. I feel a little guilty that I didn't invite him to join the celebration.

“Nǐ gǎnjué zěnme yàng?” Tā wèn. "How do you feel?" he asked.

Wǒ jīntiān gǎnjué hǎoduōle. I feel much better today.

Fēicháng gǎnxiè! Thank you very much!

Wǒ cónglái méi gǎnjué nàme hǎoguò. Never have I felt better.

Wǒ gǎnjué kùn dé jīhū bùnéng zhēng kāi wǒ de yǎnjīngle. I felt so sleepy that I could hardly keep my eyes open.

Tàiláng yǒu hěn qiáng de zérèngǎn. Taro has a really strong sense of responsibility.

Wǒ gǎnjué jiù xiàng zuòmèng yīyàng. I felt as if I were in a dream.

Tā duì dāngxià de liúxíng hěn mǐngǎn. She is sensitive to current fashions.

Wǒ duì mǎlì de bāngzhù biǎoshìle gǎnxiè. I thanked Mary for her help.

Bùyào duì pīpíng tài mǐngǎnle. Don't be too sensitive to criticism.



Decomposition of 感


Chinese words containing 感

感 Radical
感 Stroke Count 13
感 Stroke Order