1. get "perks"; as applied to college athletes;

2. have connections; for getting preferential treatment
1. The college students got "hooked up" and all received mopeds to cruise around campus

2. He was "hooked up" and could get into the movies free.
by Jan Winning September 13, 2005
It usually means "got together" or "hung out" with someone.

I hooked up with James and Sarah on Friday, we watched a movie.
by deviance October 11, 2007
something either good or bad that you were brought upon.
Good---Yo I got hooked up at that sale
Bad---Yo i got hooked up when I was drunk with the partner.
by ASN500 October 09, 2005
1. Califorinia Penal System: Instruction from a guard (see BULL) to new prisoners who are being bussed out of the holding area (see the LOOP)to jail-proper, to connect their leg chains to a partner.

2. to cause the desired interaction.
1. "Let's get HOOKED UP, ladies! Move, Move, Move!"
2. "C'mon dude, you've know Allison for years: HOOK me UP!"
by mainframe October 31, 2003
Putting yourself together for an evening out...
Makeup,hair,outfit and shoes...
She was all hooked up for an evening out.
by Angel B. January 04, 2006
When someone is stoned, pissed or generally off their head after using drugs or drinking alcohol.
You were pretty hooked up last night when you spewed in that garden.
by god May 20, 2003

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