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jacked

Syllabification: jacked
Pronunciation: /jakt
 
/
(also jacked up)

Definition of jacked in English:

adjective

informal , chiefly US
1Physically or mentally stimulated from the effects of a drug or stimulant: a race car driver, jacked up on amphetamines
More example sentences
  • And how else are you going stop a 350 pound guy, all jacked up on drugs?
  • I am far too jacked up on coffee to think.
  • Maybe more people would be honest and not cheat to compete outside their class, but think how fun boxing could be or even speed skating if a few players could be jacked up.
1.1Full of nervous excitement: we’re jacked about going to the semifinals
More example sentences
  • Obviously I'm jacked up about it.
  • I'm still jacked up about this one.
  • I'm just so jacked up about being with these guys and having the chance to compete again.
2(Of a person) having very well-developed muscles: a dude so jacked you have to wonder if he’s freebasing creatine
More example sentences
  • Then you had these two acrobats, a male and a female, both jacked, bending and lifting and putting their bodies into positions that appear to be physically impossible.
  • He is a big jacked up guy who looks like he can easily kill anyone with his bare hands.
  • He's so jacked, I feel like a 8 year old girl whenever I'm near his presence.

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