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psyched (out)

 
1. Inf. excited; overwhelmed; thrilled. She's really psyched out. That's great. I'm really psyched about my new job!
2. Inf. intoxicated. She's just lying there psyched out. Two beers and a shot of whiskey and he was psyched out.
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psyched (up)

Inf. completely mentally ready (for something). I'm really psyched for this test. The team isn't psyched up enough to do a good job.
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psyched up (for something)

Inf. excited and enthusiastic. I can play a great tennis game if I'm psyched up. She is really psyched up for the game.
See also: psyche, up

psyched (out)

1. mod. excited; overwhelmed; thrilled. She’s really psyched out.
2. mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. (Drugs.) She’s just lying there, so psyched out.
See also: out, psyche

psyched

verb
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psyched (up)

mod. completely mentally ready (for something). I’m really psyched for this test.
See also: psyche, up

psyched

verb
See also: psyche