What does if you know what I mean means?

convention. You can use expressions such as you know what I mean and if you know what I mean to suggest that the person listening to you understands what you are trying to say, and so you do not have to explain any more. [spoken]

What does I say what I mean mean?

Colloquially, “I say what I mean” is used to mean “I speak my mind; I don’t use roundabout euphemisms, but instead, speak directly and frankly.” It sometimes means the person will be blunt and even rude.

Do you know what I mean or meant?

Mean is simple present tense. Meant is simple past tense. In that sentence, meant would be correct because could is simple past tense.

Why do people say you know you know?

People use it to show that they have a common understanding. Sometimes people use an acknowledgment marker because they want to know if you agree with them. Other times, they use it as a way to fill spaces in a conversation or discussion. Saying “you know” gives the speaker time to think of what to say next.

When a girl says you know what I mean?

Definition of you know what I mean —used to suggest that the hearer agrees with and understands what has been said or to ask whether he or she does I grew up there, you know what I mean, so I know what it’s like.

What I mean vs what I say?

“saying what you mean” is about consistency between one’s thoughts and words. It is a plea to be honest, to truthfully represent one’s understanding, state or intent when describing it verbally. “meaning what you say” is usually about consistency between one’s words and subsequent related behaviour or actions.

Who said Say what you mean and mean what you say quote?

Quote by Stephanie Lahart: “Say what you mean and mean what you say.

What does meant to say mean?

mean to say To intend to say; to really mean. Sorry, what I meant to say was that I’ll be 30 minutes late, not early.

Do you get what I mean meaning?

do you understand what I am trying to explain: You have to hold the bar down while you lock it – do you see what I mean?

What kind of phrase is you know?

A filler phrase used when one is thinking of what to say next. I like the one with the, you know, the red thing on top.

How do you reply to you know what I mean?

It’s an expression. The correct response is to wait and let the speaker continue and announce the “what” of it. (idiomatic) A phrase used to get someone’s attention before announcing something. Well, you know what, he’s got a cloud over him.