Feel at home In english explanation

The meaning, explanation, definition and origin of the idiom/phrase "feel at home", English Idiom Dictionary ( also found in Vietnamese )

author Kathy Cao calendar 2021-03-16 01:03

Meaning of Feel at home

Feel at home verb phrase

To feel happy, confident, relaxed, and not worried about doing or using something, or being present in a place or with a person

I’m already feeling at home in my new job as everyone here is very friendly.

I have to practise using my new car until you feel quite at home with it.

I felt at home when I was around with his family.

Other phrases about:

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Be intensely scared or frightened

put (oneself) in (someone's) shoes

To try to imagine how would you feel if you were in someone's else situation

air (one's) grievances

to show public complaint and dissatisfaction.

have mixed feelings (about something)

To have both positive and negative feelings at the same time and be uncertain about something.

Grammar and Usage of Feel at home

Verb Forms

  • felt at home
  • feels at home
  • feeling at home

The verb "feel" should be conjugated according to its tense.

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