Can you explain what “しっくりくる” means?
Could you explain what “しっくりくる” means? “しっくりくる” is one of the vague Japanese words which native speakers are likely to use in the daily conversations. So you might have heard about it. It does not mean “To understand”. Let me introduce what the “しっくりくる” means and how to correctly use it today!
It sounds / feels right to me.
“しっくりくる” means “It sounds/feels right to me” and which has been used as the meaning of “when the person is mostly sure of something but could be wrong.”. The negative form of “しっくりくる” is “しっくりこない” means “It does sound right to me. When a person uses this “しっくりこない” about something, it doesn’t sound right to him/her, however, somewhat he/she can figure it out.