2. To steal, either covertly or by force any item.
2b. To rob at gunpoint, as one would a bank or convenience store.
3. Cheated, robbed, deprived of an ammount of money or property via a complex scheme or confidence game.
2. I jacked his sun glasses while he wasn't looking
2b. He jacked a McDonalds by an off-ramp, and we don't know what state he's in right now.
3. Dude, are you gonna tell the cops how we got jacked?
Origin from 'hijacked': as the past-progressive meaning stolen in a violent fashion.
Commonly refers to robbery, theft, misuse, seizure, possesion.
Well muscled, iron-bound, pumped.
"Yesterday I jacked a pack of gum from the mall."
2. "That weightlifter sure is jacked. Too bad he's on steroids."