hyped up

hyped up
excited, anxious, overwrought, stimulated, stirred, exhilarated, thrilled, elated, in high spirits, enthusiastic, eager, moved, beside yourself, animated, worked up, wrought-up, agitated, restless, frantic, frenzied, wild
COLLOQ. high, on the edge of your seat, on tenterhooks, thrilled to bits, uptight, hyper, fired up

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hyped up
1. Artificially stimulated
2. Highly excited
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Main Entry:hype

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hyped up UK [ˌhaɪpt ˈʌp] US adjective informal
feeling very excited and nervous
Thesaurus: feeling interested and excitedsynonym

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ˌhyped ˈup [hyped up] adjective (informal)
(of a person) very worried or excited about sth that is going to happen

She gets really hyped up about job interviews.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • hyped up — [ ,haıpt ʌp ] adjective INFORMAL feeling very excited and nervous …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • hyped-up' — adjective 1. Excessively promoted 2. Artificial, fake • • • Main Entry: ↑hype …   Useful english dictionary

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  • hyped up — also hyped up ADJ GRADED If someone is hyped up about something, they are very excited or anxious about it. [INFORMAL] We were both so hyped up about buying the house, we could not wait to get in there …   English dictionary

  • hyped-up — /huypt up /, adj. Informal. intensively or excessively stimulated or exaggerated: an economy hyped up by arms spending. [1945 50] * * * …   Universalium

  • hyped-up — see hyped up …   English dictionary

  • hyped-up — have an excess of energy, be excited She has been hyped up all morning because she will go to Italy for a holiday next week …   Idioms and examples

  • hyped up — adjective (not before noun) informal excited or nervous about something that is going to happen (+ about): Jerry is really hyped up about his exams …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English