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
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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
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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 26, 2004
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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
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1.To make someone or something better or more attractive especially applying to cars or prostitutes.
2.To pimp out.
That car is tricked out bigtime.
by Topher August 25, 2004
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To take an average or below average object and increase its value by adding premium or above average modifications.
Putting a $2000.00 stereo system, 12 inch aluminum alloy rims (that spin in the center), and plasma televisions in a 1981 Gremlin automobile.
by Eric August 24, 2004
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