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Today's Idiom = "Get A Feel For Something"
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Get A Feel For Something ( beginning to feel comfortable with it ... )

"Get A Feel For Something"

Getting a feel for it means you are feeling more comfortable doing it.

Example: "How is your art class coming along." Reply: "Good. I'm starting to get a feel for painting."

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