(Do you) know what I'm saying?
Do you understand what I'm saying or alluding to? I feel bad canceling plans with people, but I've just been so exhausted lately. Do you know what I saying? If Jen didn't come home last night, I bet she and Bill were preoccupied with some extracurricular activities—know what I'm sayin'?
(I'm) just saying
A phrase used to assert that one is just offering their opinion, especially if the listener may be offended by it. I'm just saying, your husband could help clean up after dinner. That's all.
I hear what you're saying
I acknowledge what you have said and am sympathetic to it. The phrase is sometimes used as a prelude to disagreeing with what has been said. I hear what you're saying, honey. I know you're in a lot of pain right now. I hear what you're saying, but we just can't afford to make any big changes like that at this time.
slang A colloquial pronunciation and spelling of the phrase "(Do you) know what I'm saying?," used to ask whether the other person understands or agrees with what one said. Primarily heard in US. I'm just gettin' sick an' tired of this job, nome sayin'? A girl like that could change your life, man, nome sayin'?
See also: nome
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