sussed / sussed out
- • can mean found out / discovered, or well adjusted / together.
Londonisms dictionary. 2014.
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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 — 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 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
suss out — verb a) To come to understand (a person). Weve sussed him out mdash; he only drinks on Fridays and only in that bar in town. b) To manage to work (something) out, to determine (something). Weve sussed out how to open the lock … Wiktionary
suss out — If you suss out something, such as a problem or a situation, you examine it and manage to understand it. Ask Jack to explain he s got it all sussed out! … English Idioms & idiomatic expressions
ˌsuss sth ˈout — verb [T] British informal to discover something I ve just sussed out how the system works.[/ex] … Dictionary for writing and speaking English
(badly) sussed — • what someone might say if they catch you out. For example if you disagree with someone on a point and are then proved wrong the other person might say Badly sussed mate ! … Londonisms dictionary
suss (out) — Verb. To work something out, to understand, to ascertain, to discover. E.g. The manager sussed him out and had security watch him. They eventually caught him stuffing an unpaid for item under his coat … English slang and colloquialisms
suss — UK [sʌs] / US verb [transitive] Word forms suss : present tense I/you/we/they suss he/she/it susses present participle sussing past tense sussed past participle sussed British informal suss or ˌsuss ˈout to understand a situation or the reason… … English dictionary