- n. 毡；毡制品
- vi. 粘结
- vt. 使粘结；把…制成毡
- v. 感觉（feel的过去式）
- n. (Felt)人名；(英、罗、芬、捷、瑞典)费尔特
来自PIE*pel, 击，打，推动，词源同filter, impel. 即击打或弹制处理过的羊毛或棉花。比较fustian.
- felt: [OE] Etymologically, felt is a fabric that is formed by ‘beating’ (as indeed is the case, for it is made from compressed fibres). The word comes via West Germanic *feltaz or *filtiz (source also of German filz and Dutch vilt ‘felt’, and of English filter) from prehistoric Indo- European *peldos, a derivative of the same base as produced Latin pellere ‘strike, beat’ and the second syllable of English anvil.
=> anvil, filter
- felt (n.)
- unwoven fabric matted together by rolling or beating while wet, Old English felt "felt," from West Germanic *feltaz "something beaten, compressed wool" (cognates: Old Saxon filt, Middle Dutch vilt, Old High German filz, German Filz, Danish filt), from Proto-Germanic *felt- "to beat," from PIE *pel- (6) "to thrust, strike, drive" (source also of Old Church Slavonic plŭstĭ), with a sense of "beating" (see pulse (n.1)). Compare filter (n.). Felt-tipped pen (or -tip) is from 1953.
- felt (v.1)
- "to make into felt," early 14c. (implied in felted); see felt (n.).
- felt (v.2)
- past tense and past participle of feel (v.).
- 1. The cold, misty air felt wonderful on his face.
- 2. I felt a sharp pain in my lower back.
- 3. We felt we were living life on several different planes.
- 4. I felt so self-conscious under Luke's mother's intense gaze.
- 5. Many felt that he should have resigned there and then.
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