sussed out

adj
British
(of a person) well-adjusted, adapted to the circumstances, self-aware or self-reli-ant. This more recent derivation of the verb suss (out) is based on the notion of suss in the sense of 'knowhow'. Since the 1980s it is often in the form 'well-sussed'.
► 'This time, man, we've got it all sussed... all the albums gonna be made here, first class jobs.' (Record bootlegger, Oz magazine, Febru-ary 1970)
► A post punk skatezine that's aggressive, sussed and caustic about skating UK' (Mail on Sunday, 'Biz' magazine, June 1987)

Contemporary slang . 2014.

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  • sussed — adj British (of a person) well adjusted, adapted to the circumstances, self aware or self reli ant. This more recent derivation of the verb suss (out) is based on the notion of suss in the sense of knowhow . Since the 1980s it is often in the… …   Contemporary slang

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  • suss — UK [sʌs] / US verb [transitive] Word forms suss : present tense I/you/we/they suss he/she/it susses present participle sussing past tense sussed past participle sussed British informal suss or ˌsuss ˈout to understand a situation or the reason… …   English dictionary

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