1. (I sense)
a. I feel
Yo siento que algo no va bien entre nosotros.I feel something isn't right between us.
2. (I sense with my ears)
a. I hear
Cuando yo siento un ruido, por pequeño que sea, me despierto.When I hear a sound, even the softest one, I awake.
3. (I sense with my nose) (Latin America)
a. I smell
Yo siento algo raro en el aire. ¿Tú no?I smell something funny in the air, don't you?
4. (I regret)
a. I'm sorry
Yo siento haberte hecho venir hasta aquí, pero era urgente.I'm sorry you had to come all the way here, but it was urgent.
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