Meaning of jacked in English:


Pronunciation /dʒakt/

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(also jacked up)
  • 1mainly US informal Physically or mentally stimulated from the effects of a drug or stimulant.

    • ‘a racing car driver, jacked up on amphetamines’
    • ‘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?’
    • ‘Don't drive your truck when you're all jacked up.’
    • ‘"I always knew that that Steve was a jacked up little-"’
    • ‘He was still pretty much jacked up on drugs, and the rest of the team had practically left.’
    • ‘The band informs, "We'll get her jacked up on some cheap champagne / We'll let the good times all roll out."’
    • ‘I hadn't been this jacked since a menthol speedball hit the streets in '99.’
    • ‘Yeah, it's a fun song, glorying in getting "all jacked up" but also providing a warning.’
    • ‘I'm jacked up on Mountain Dew and Hersey Bars.’
    • ‘I suppose he probably was jacked up about 98% of the time in 1974.’
    • ‘Watching a movie while jacked up on valkyr often yields startling insights into the filmmaker's vision.’
    • ‘Sleepy jacked up on trucker pep-pills?’
    • ‘"The public" brims with more questions than a 4-yr-old jacked up on PixieStix.’
    • ‘Would be funnier if I was seven and jacked up on Count Chocula.’
    • ‘With two new stimulants that will get you totally JACKED and shred you like nothing else on the market, we dare you to try SPEED just once.’
    • ‘We don't know for sure whether or not they're getting jacked up.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘I am far too jacked up on coffee to think.’
    • ‘And how else are you going stop a 350 pound guy, all jacked up on drugs?’
    1. 1.1Full of nervous excitement.
      ‘we're jacked about going to the semifinals’
      • ‘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.’
      • ‘I don't drink coffee so I use politics like caffeine, to get me jacked up and angry at the beginning of the day.’
      • ‘How jacked are the Greeks of their team's success?’
      • ‘"They are going to have some momentum from their win against UBC, but sometimes it's hard to come off an emotional high and get jacked up again," explained Clark.’
      • ‘Gordon was "jacked to be in the Himalaya."’
      • ‘Still collectively jacked up on an 'I Am Canadian' buzz, the reaction was visceral.’
      • ‘I never fall asleep right away, because I'm so jacked up from the day.’
      • ‘Woe betide any jacked up little country that decides it should pursue its own people's interests.’
      • ‘Who else is jacked to see how the AFC West race plays out?’
      • ‘Oh, the fans and media may tell the truth about how important a win is, but the coaches and players won't usually admit to being jacked by a solid "W."’
      • ‘I spent the rest of Thursday reminding myself just how much I suck for being so jacked about a stupid video game.’
      • ‘The Saints appeared to be jacked up against the Dolphins, and they did a nice job at times of getting on Ricky Williams.’
      • ‘We're jacked up about it.’
      • ‘I was jacked.’
      • ‘I'm so jacked up, because I've just won three holes.’
      • ‘I'm just so jacked up about being with these guys and having the chance to compete again.’
      • ‘Obviously I'm jacked up about it.’
      • ‘I'm still jacked up about this one.’
  • 2mainly US informal (of a person) having very well-developed muscles.

    • ‘back in his wrestling prime, he was nicknamed the 'Anabolic Warrior' for his jacked-up physique’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘He was huge, I mean "Jacked."’
    • ‘The Quarter Deck restaurant with its view, nautical atmosphere, fine menu and really jacked staff is special.’
    • ‘Not jacked huge, but round huge’
    • ‘Living in Manhattan, we see about 300 meatheads everyday wearing t-shirts that are about six sizes too small because they think they're jacked and they want everyone to think that they're jacked, even though they usually aren't.’
    • ‘You don't realize it because he's so huge, but the dude is just jacked.’
    • ‘Your veins will stick out like a garden hose and your muscles will be jacked up beyond belief.’
    • ‘Poor wimps have no idea what it feels like to be this jacked and strong.’
    • ‘Aside from the standard training advice, you should focus on two big components to get jacked: protein and creatine.’
    • ‘But Sean ain't your average jacked up freak.’
    • ‘All my stomach muscles, all my butt muscles are jacked up.’
    • ‘Statistically, young males (in which stellar grouping I count my ripped, jacked, amped 183 pound form) are 54% more likely to take a day off if they feel fluey than any other group of people.’
    • ‘Yes sir, I will be ripped, shredded, jacked and fat-free.’
    • ‘He's so jacked, I feel like a 8 year old girl whenever I'm near his presence.’
    • ‘He is a big jacked up guy who looks like he can easily kill anyone with his bare hands.’
    • ‘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.’
    strong, brawny, muscly, sinewy, well built, powerfully built, well muscled, burly, strapping, sturdy, rugged, powerful, broad-shouldered, athletic, well knit, muscle-bound, Herculean, manly