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English definition of “suss”

suss

verb [T] uk   /sʌs/ UK informal us  
to realize, understand, or discover: [+ that] He never sussed (out) that they'd tricked him. She thinks she's got me sussed (out) (= she thinks she understands me), but she's wrong. I'll visit the college and suss it out before I decide whether to apply or not.Finding and discovering

suss

adjective uk   /sʌs/ us  
Australian English informal for suspiciousStrange, suspicious and unnaturalSuspecting and questioningQuestioning people and asking questions in generalCuriosity
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