Idiom: a feel for something
Idiom: (have/get) a/the feel for something
- have a natural understanding or ability to do something
- (get) develop a good understanding or ability to do something
- Don't worry—after a few months you'll get the feel for driving.
- I tried to play the guitar for six months but I never got a feel for it.
- My kids have a real feel for languages and I'm not sure why because my husband and I sure don't.
- She's so talented; she seems to have a feel for everything she does.
- Not everybody has a feel for being an effective manager so training and mentoring is often necessary.
- After a few days of driving with a stick shift, I finally got a feel for it.
- Your son really has a feel for ice skating. I've never seen anyone learn how to do it so quickly.
- I never had a feel for math and science but I excelled in the performing arts.
- After completing this course, students will have a feel for how to knit basic clothing items such as scarves and hats.
- make sense of something
- get the idea
- learn the ropes
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