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To discover or realize information, usually with a level of intuition playing a role.
She was able to suss out his lies very quickly.
by Wylie June 24, 2003
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v. sussed, suss·ing, suss·es Slang

1. To infer or discover; figure out
2. To size up; study
1."I think I'm good at sussing out what's going on" (Ry Cooder).
2."Suss out the designers in whom you are interested" (Lucia van der Post).
by hawa_63 January 28, 2012
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Short for the word 'suspicious'.
I don't know whats going on, its a bit suss.

She looks pretty suss, wonder whats happening?
by Pen4 May 14, 2005
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Solve a problem or puzzle using ingenuity.

They're in a bit of a predicament, but I'm sure they'll suss it out.

She had the Rubiks Cube completely sussed within a couple of days.

Debbie just sussed out how to sell shares online.
by joops February 21, 2008
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To check something out or investigate something.

I watch a ton of shows with British speakers and that is the way i hear it used.

I have never heard an American use the word ever.
by Garrette Jax June 05, 2009
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Adjective (Chiefly Rio Grande Valley, TX)
1. Filthy, disgusting or revolting. 2. Promiscuous
Noun (Plural: Susses)
1. A filthy, disgusting or revolting person.
ORIGIN: Derived from Spanish 'sucio' (dirty).
1. Dude, you look fucking suss. Take a shower.
2. Man, that bitch is suss; she's slept with half the school.
3. Those susses just got out of jail.
by Cid Deuce March 07, 2003
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