Verb. Etymology: coming from the modern car tuning scene.
a phrase that means to modify a vehicle with as many types of aftermarket parts, performance or visual-wise, as are supported by that certain vehicle.
"As soon as i get my settlement check, im gonna trick out my ride"
by DJ FoxPhyre March 26, 2003
something that is hooked up with all the works
Dude your ride is tricked out
by LaLoka August 25, 2004
1. Derived from the language of pimps and hoes; refers to the ho' gettin' dressed up for the trick. Now it simply means "having all the accessories" or simply being really prettied up. Usually used with a sense of admiration. May refer to people or inanimate objects.

2. 1. Derived from the language of pimps and hoes; refers to the ho' being worn out from doing too many tricks.
Meaning 1: "That '57 Chevy sure is tricked out!"

Meaning 2: "I ain't goin' to no bar. I'm all tricked out; I stayed up all last night freakin' with Darlene!".
by The Gris August 26, 2004
Adj. form of the phrase trick out.
describes a vehicle, imported or domestic, that has been modified with as many types of aftermarket parts, perfomance or visual-wise, as are suported by that car
"We were up at the chevron and this tricked out RX-7 pulled up."
by DJ FoxPhyre March 26, 2003
Heavily accesorized.

A ho looking for tricks gets all tricked out in spandex, jewelry, hot-cha-cha lipstick, and a wig.
At her coronation, the Queen was all tricked out in brocade, ermines, and the crown jewels.
by mandingoe August 27, 2004
Usually used to refer to a car that has some mods (modifications) on it to make it faster or better looking.
Daaaamn, thazz one tricked out beamer.
by N2k August 27, 2004
the past tense of modifying or fixing something to look just friggin' cool
biotch, i tricked out out my power wheels, it has hydraulics now.
by johsef August 29, 2004