racked up


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racked up

1. Overwhelmed by intense emotions. Boy, he really got racked up over the death of his dog. You're the only man who's ever gotten me racked up like this.
2. Having incurred many physical injuries or much abuse; beaten up. You can really get racked up playing rugby if you don't use the proper form and technique. He was pretty racked up by the end of the fight.
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racked

verb
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racked

mod. struck in the testicles. (Usually objectionable.) The quarterback got racked and didn’t play the rest of the quarter.
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racked (up)

mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. (see also rack up.) They drank till they were good and racked.
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