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- auxiliary verb. Half-way between "want to" and "about to". From African-American Vernacular English. Notes: 'to' often reduced further to 'a' as in "I'm feelin' 'a go".
I'm feelin' to go.
- "feeling," i.e. an emotional reaction.
I had so many feels when I was reading that book.
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- to want to do.
He wants to take me out, but I'm just not feelin' it.
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- to like/enjoy
I'm really feelin' your outfit.
- interested in.
I'm not feelin' this movie.
verb - transitive
- to understand; have sympathy; empathize.
Person A: You feel me?
Person B: I feel you man.
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- to understand.
When I say "Get it done," you get it done. Feel me?
- to feel another person's naked body, in a sexual way, with one's hands. A form of foreplay. Compare with feel up.
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