2) to be exited
3) to have pumped muscles
4) past tense of jack off
2) i'm so jacked for to drive frank's new ford gt
3) look at that guy, his muscles are totally jacked
4) i jacked off last nite watchin porn on the internet
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."