feelin

be feeling it

slang Often contracted colloquially as "feelin' it."
1. To be interested in or approving of something. A: "Does this hair color look too fake?" B: "Not at all. I'm really feelin' it! It honestly makes you look 10 years younger."
2. To be enjoying and moving to the beat of a song. A: "Whoa, Dad is really feelin' it on the dance floor!" B: "I know! It's like he's on Soul Train or something!"
See also: feeling

be not feeling it

slang To be disinterested in or disapproving of something. I'm just really feeling this new hair style. I think it makes me look old. There was just a weird vibe at the party—that's why I left early. I wasn't feeling it.
See also: feeling, not

feeling it

slang Often contracted colloquially as "feelin' it."
1. Interested in or approving of something. A: "Does this hair color look too fake?" B: "Not at all. I'm really feelin' it! It honestly makes you look 10 years younger." There was just a weird vibe at the party—that's why I left early. I wasn't feeling it.
2. Enjoying and moving to the beat of a song. A: "Whoa, Dad's really feelin' it on the dance floor!" B: "I know! It's like he's on Soul Train or something!"
See also: feeling

How are you feeling?

How are you? The question typically has an emphasis on the listener's health. Miranda, I heard you were sick recently. How are you feeling these days?
See also: how
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