spaz down(redirected from spazzing you down)
1. To become calm, composed, or in control; to stop spazzing out. "Spaz" is short for "spastic" and may be considered offensive due to that originally having been a derogatory term for someone with spastic paralysis or cerebral palsy. Mom, you need to get a grip and spaz down. Has your brother spazzed down enough to tell us what happened?
2. To cause someone become relaxed, composed, or in control; to calm someone down. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "spaz" and "down." Potentially offensive. I offered him a cigarette and a stiff drink to help spaz him down. You need to spaz down your girlfriend, or she'll end up drawing the attention of the police.
Sl. to relax. spaz down, man! Chill out! We tried to get the crowd to spaz down, but they were very excited.
in. to relax. We tried to get the crowd to spaz down, but they were very excited.