To convey understanding as in a receiving directions; to express solidarity with another person; to express empathy/sympathy
"I am so upset over my recent break-up."

"I feel you, man."

OR
"I want those boxes placed in that corner."
"I feel you."
OR
"I believe every person should receive a fair wage regardless of gender!"
"I feel you!"
by Grammar Star April 21, 2015
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The speaker empathizes, agrees with, or understands on a deep and personal level a particular comment made by another; the speaker deeply relates to someone's sentiment. It is not meant literally, conveys no sexual connotation, and is not necessarily a confession the speaker feels romantically toward the person who made the original comment.
After she said, "I hate Mondays", her co-worker responded, "I feel you."
by ruralthesaurus92 March 31, 2015
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When a guy just wanna put his hands all over you
"Hey julia imma feel you up tn"- Cam
"Ooo sounds good"-Julia
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When you like someone but you prefer to keep it a secret from that person.
*thinks to himself * : Jessica you looked so hot today , I'm lowkey feeling you
by Ratchetbarbie February 15, 2016
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