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English definition of “buzzed up”

buzzed up

adjective uk   informal us  
very excited: He's so buzzed up about his wedding.Excited, interested and enthusiastic Someone who is buzzed up has drunk so much alcohol or taken so many drugs that they do not behave normally.Drunkenness and sobrietyDrug addictionAddiction
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