sentirse mal

sentirse mal(
sehn
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teer
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seh
 
mahl
)
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (emotionally or psychologically; often used with "por")
a. to feel bad
No tienes por qué sentirte mal por lo que pasó. No fue culpa tuya.You don't have to feel bad about what happened. It wasn't your fault.
2. (physically)
a. to feel bad
Si te sientes mal, puedo detener el carro para que salgas a tomar aire fresco.If you feel bad, I can stop the car so you can get some fresh air.
b. to feel ill
¿Dónde está Benito? - Se sentía mal y se ha ido a casa.Where's Benito? - He was feeling ill and he went home.
c. to not feel well
Me siento mal. Voy a quedarme en casa.I don't feel well. I'm staying home.
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