(comparative more jacked up, superlative most jacked up)
- Hoisted, lifted off the ground, or propped up using a jack.
- Do you want to rotate the tires while we have the car jacked up?
- (slang, automotive) Describes a 4x4 automobile that has a "lift kit", raising the body and/or frame higher than stock.
- He took us for a ride in his awesome new jacked up truck.
- (informal) Significantly increased or expanded.
- It's hard to make ends meet with the jacked up price of gas.
- The new jacked up triple-barrel cannons helped turn the tide of the war.
- (slang) Under the influence of stimulants; high.
- They were all jacked up on coke.
- (slang) Stimulated, excited.
- (slang) Wrecked; damaged; ruined; injured.
- That jacked up refrigerator hasn't moved from that curb in months.
- My elbow is all jacked up from playing tennis.
- (slang) Reprehensible; objectionable.
- Dude that's jacked up your girlfriend left you for your brother.
- Frequently employed as a bowdlerization, or substitution, for fucked up.
From jack (“raise with a jack”).
- “Wrecked, messed up” sense possibly an extension of the “under the influence of stimulants” sense