feeling out

Spanish translation: no sentir una gran impresión por algo

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English term or phrase:feeling out
Spanish translation:no sentir una gran impresión por algo
Entered by: jenny morenos

09:52 Jun 17, 2020
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
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English term or phrase: feeling out
hi. What's the translation of feeding out ? thank you ; don't know if it's feeding . does it mean the locusts were eating the crops ?

a couple days later, the Father God gave him a real short dream .In this dream, there was a swarm of locusts eating crops .He couldn't see no big feeling out . he could just see that in front of him there was a whole big crop and locusts were devouring everything .

He couldn't see no big feeling out

no percibia gran cosa

no tenia gran sensacion

no veia gran cosa

no habia gran comida

no tenia gran impresion

no se sentia gran cosa

no se notaba gran cosa
jenny morenos
France
No sentir una gran impresión por algo
Explanation:
He couldn't see no big feeling out
Yo diría que la interpretación de la frase es más bien en el sentido de que lo que veía no le afectaba mucho, le dejaba impávido por así decir, ni le asustaba ni le alarmaba.
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Pilar G. Negreira
Spain
Local time: 11:58
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No sentir una gran impresión por algo


Explanation:
He couldn't see no big feeling out
Yo diría que la interpretación de la frase es más bien en el sentido de que lo que veía no le afectaba mucho, le dejaba impávido por así decir, ni le asustaba ni le alarmaba.

Pilar G. Negreira
Spain
Local time: 11:58
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
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Asker: thank you so much for helping me, i had never heard feeling out !

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