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ripped

 (rĭpt)
adj. Slang
1. Having an extremely defined physique; toned: ripped, bulging muscles.
2. Intoxicated by alcohol or a drug.

ripped

(rɪpt)
adj
1. torn: ripped jeans.
2. informal denoting or having highly developed muscles, esp abdominal muscles: a ripped torso.

ripped

(rɪpt)

adj. Slang.
1. drunk; intoxicated.
2. under the influence of an illicit drug.
[1815–25]
Translations

ripped

adj (US inf: = muscular) → muskulös
References in classic literature ?
One of 'em ripped around and got away from him-- bolted clean out of the stable.
Meantime, overseeing the other part of the ship, Captain Peleg ripped and swore astern in the most frightful manner.
And so finally Jurgis ripped out his bankbook--which was sewed up in his trousers--and signed an order, which "Bush" Harper wrote, for all the money to be paid out.
He tore his way through his persecutors, flinging one of them clear over the parapet; he bowled a horse and his rider down, and plunged straight for the next, got home with his horns, wounding both horse and man; on again, here and there and this way and that; and one after another he tore the bowels out of two horses so that they gushed to the ground, and ripped a third one so badly that although they rushed him to cover and shoved his bowels back and stuffed the rents with tow and rode him against the bull again, he couldn't make the trip; he tried to gallop, under the spur, but soon reeled and tottered and fell, all in a heap.
And all that swearing's got to be done at midnight, in the lonesomest, awfulest place you can find -- a ha'nted house is the best, but they're all ripped up now.
Well, then they ripped and howled and stomped and clapped their hands till Tom Sawyer was that proud and happy he didn't know what to do with himself.
Some of these, congregating about the inn-yard while we changed horses, told us of great sheets of lead having been ripped off a high church-tower, and flung into a by-street, which they then blocked up.
When I got back with the basin, the doctor had already ripped up the captain's sleeve and exposed his great sinewy arm.
said Mowgli, half to himself as he ripped back the skin of a forepaw.
And Ethelred, who was by nature of a doughty heart, and who was now mighty withal, on account of the powerfulness of the wine which he had drunken, waited no longer to hold parley with the hermit, who, in sooth, was of an obstinate and maliceful turn, but, feeling the rain upon his shoulders, and fearing the rising of the tempest, uplifted his mace outright, and, with blows, made quickly room in the plankings of the door for his gauntleted hand; and now pulling therewith sturdily, he so cracked, and ripped, and tore all asunder, that the noise of the dry and hollow-sounding wood alarmed and reverberated throughout the forest.
It was the one little opening that Dak Kova needed, and hurling himself at the body of his adversary he buried his single mighty tusk in Bar Comas' groin and with a last powerful effort ripped the young jeddak wide open the full length of his body, the great tusk finally wedging in the bones of Bar Comas' jaw.
said he; and, slipping an open knife under my clothes, he ripped them up from top to bottom very rapidly.