“Don’t feel like”: idiom meaning.
- Don’t feel like
- If you say you don’t feel like doing something it means that at that moment of speaking you don’t want to do it. It might be because you’re not in the right mood to do it.
Other examples of “Don’t feel like” idiom in a sentence
- I don’t know why but I just don’t feel like it.
- Sorry, I don’t feel like dancing. I’m tired.
- I don’t feel like working today.
“Don’t feel like”: use in context explanation
The girls want to go out and have fun. They want their friend to come with them but she doesn’t feel like it. She has 2 big spots on her face and she really doesn’t feel like showing her face in public to anyone. She feels like just staying at home and putting something on the spots to get rid of them as soon as possible. Her friends will have to go without her this time.