- Excited. Happy.
I'm certainly jazzed about going to the beach next week.
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jazzed — [dʒæzd] adj [not before noun] AmE spoken excited … Dictionary of contemporary English
jazzed-up — [adj] souped up gassed up, high geared, high performance, high speed, hoppedup*, pepped up*, pumped up*, revved up*, speedy, supercharged; concepts 401,404 … New thesaurus
jazzed (up) — 1. mod. alert; having a positive state of mind. □ I am jazzed up and ready to face life. □ Those guys were jazzed and ready for the game. 2. mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. □ Dave was a bit jazzed up, but not terribly … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
jazzed — adj, not used before a noun [more jazzed; most jazzed] US informal : very excited He was really jazzed for the game. She was jazzed (up) to be playing in the band … Useful english dictionary
jazzed-up — adjective a) Made more lively, colourful or modern. Im too jazzed up by the coffee to sleep. Rabbit at Rest, by John Updike b) Energetic … Wiktionary
jazzed — adj Drunk, intoxicated. Get him out of here; he s totally jazzed. 1920s … Historical dictionary of American slang
jazzed — adjective played in a jazz style … Wiktionary
jazzed — dÊ’Ã¦z n. complex and rhythmic style of music which originated in New Orleans in the early 1900 s; kind of dance music popular in the 1920 s; idle talk, insincere words (Slang) v. play jazz music; dance to jazz music; liven up, make lively or… … English contemporary dictionary
jazzed — adj. excited; in a good frame of mind … English slang
jazzed up — adj. excited; in a good frame of mind … English slang