1) Getting loose, being wild and potentially engaging in sexual activity with members of the opposite gender (or the same gender if thats what you're in to)
2) Acting crazy due to consumption of large amounts of alcohol, marijuana, molly
or other drugs
It can be used as a noun where it is spelled "turnt up
" instead of "turned up" as grammatical conventions would suggest. Turnt up is used to described the state of being wild and crazy like someone would be at a party.
It is not to be confused with the vegetable, the turnip, to which it shares some phonic similarities but is otherwise entirely unrelated
We're gonna turn up tonight at John's party.
Dude 1:Mary's party last night was turnt up.
Dude 2: I know. I had like 7 drinks, hooked up
with 2 chicks and was going HAM
on the dance floor. I was all the way turnt up.
"You're girl spinnin' on my dick
like a CD-ROM"
All the Way Tunrt by Roscoe Dash
To let loose and have fun.
Tallwood High School is about to turn up at 2014 prom
Turn Up refers to a Function/Party. Also used as verb to explain what you'll be doing. Includes some use of drug(s) such as marijuana or alcohol.
Past tense - We were turnt last night!
Present tense - I'm Turnin up right now!
Future tense - I'm bouta turn up tonight!
- There's a turn up tonight homie, hit me up!
1. To get wild.
2. To do drugs, most commonly uppers (coke, molly, etc).
3. Synonym to "let's go."
-"Yeah Randy and I got some molly so we could turn up at that Grizmatik concert."
-"I just got some dabs from dude, TURN UP!"
word of the day: July 16, 2013
(v) getting wild or excessively crazy. Typically used in the context of a party.
It is normally followed by a prepositional phrase (For the party, In that place, On that hoe) and it is often used in the past tense (turned up). "Turning up" is almost never said.
As far as I can tell, it is the 2011 equivalent of what Getting Crunk was in the early 2k's and late 90's.
We turned up in Mr. Mitchell's class when he had a sub last week.
I turn up every weekend.