Definition of jacked in English:

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Pronunciation: /dʒakt/
(also jacked up)


informal, chiefly US
1Physically or mentally stimulated from the effects of a drug or stimulant: a racing car driver, jacked up on amphetamines
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  • Even if she wasn't … she's too jacked up to hear you right now.
  • Were they really all too jacked up on hormones to make their brain function enough to form coherent speech?
  • Those, though, are too unreal to jolt and sillier than a pack of Girl Scouts jacked up on cotton candy and soda pop.
1.1Full of nervous excitement: we’re jacked about going to the semifinals
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  • It is a movie so jacked up on its own hedonistic excess that it'll sweep viewers along on its wild ride without really providing much to chew on.
  • Everybody is jacked up about it, but I don't know if it's going to be that great or not.
  • This seems to get everyone jacked.
2(Of a person) having very well-developed muscles: back in his wrestling prime, he was nicknamed the ‘Anabolic Warrior’ for his jacked-up physique
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  • She leads her crew of two other jacked women through the exercise on a nice sunny beachfront.
  • Though he's not as jacked as he was in the previous film, he shoulders a good deal of on-screen charm.
  • Kickbox Bootcamp is fronted a fitness expert who is so jacked she would have little trouble beating me to death with my own spleen.
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