tricked out

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English[edit]

Verb[edit]

tricked out

  1. past participle of trick out

Adjective[edit]

tricked out (comparative more tricked out, superlative most tricked out)

  1. (of persons and things, sometimes hyphenated) Decorated, dressed, or customized in an especially fancy, elaborate, or excessive manner.
    • 2017 January 12, Jesse Hassenger, “A literal monster truck is far from the stupidest thing about Monster Trucks”, in The Onion AV Club[1]:
      It’s a humiliating moment, to be sure. Tripp is riding to school with a bunch of other kids when a classmate pulls up alongside the bus driving a sweet, tricked-out truck, attractive young lady at his side, and shoots Tripp a derisive look.