give (one) a/the feel of (something)

(redirected from give someone the feel of)

give (one) a/the feel of (something)

To help one to get a good sense of a situation or how to do something; to help one to gain substantial knowledge or experience in something. I'm not too comfortable in this management role—any chance you can help give me a feel of the company's daily operations?
See also: feel, give, of
References in periodicals archive ?
If they wanted to give someone the feel of Test cricket to see how he responded, how much better it would have been to call up Giddins or Betts.
Full browser ?