sussed

sussed
[[t]sʌ̱st[/t]]
ADJ-GRADED
If someone is sussed, they are clever and know a lot about something such as clothes, pop music, or politics. [BRIT, INFORMAL]
Syn:

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  • sussed — [sʌst] adj BrE informal knowing all about someone or something ▪ These boys are sussed and streetwise. have/get sb/sth sussed ▪ Don t worry, I ve got him sussed …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • sussed — adjective Well informed, in the know • • • Main Entry: ↑suss …   Useful english dictionary

  • sussed — adj British (of a person) well adjusted, adapted to the circumstances, self aware or self reli ant. This more recent derivation of the verb suss (out) is based on the notion of suss in the sense of knowhow . Since the 1980s it is often in the… …   Contemporary slang

  • sussed — adjective BrE informal knowing all about someone or something: These boys are too sussed to believe their own hype. | get sth sussed: It s so annoying, you get something sussed and then they change the rules …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • sussed — adjective sorted; completed successfully; well informed I think that James has the definition of the whole nine yards sussed. See Also: suss out …   Wiktionary

  • sussed — To have figured out or understood, to have totally wired. I have that skateboarding trick totally sussed …   Dictionary of american slang

  • sussed — To have figured out or understood, to have totally wired. I have that skateboarding trick totally sussed …   Dictionary of american slang

  • sussed out — adj British (of a person) well adjusted, adapted to the circumstances, self aware or self reli ant. This more recent derivation of the verb suss (out) is based on the notion of suss in the sense of knowhow . Since the 1980s it is often in the… …   Contemporary slang

  • sussed — sÊŒs v. investigate, look into, examine …   English contemporary dictionary

  • sussed — adjective clever and well informed. → suss …   English new terms dictionary

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