sussed


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suss

 (sŭs)
tr.v. sussed, suss·ing, suss·es Slang
1. To infer or discover; figure. Often used with out: "I think I'm good at sussing out what's going on" (Ry Cooder).
2. To size up; study. Often used with out: "Suss out the designers in whom you are interested" (Lucia van der Post).

[Probably short for suspect.]

sussed

(sʌst)
adj
informal Brit well-informed; aware
Translations

sussed

[ˈsʌst] (British) adj (= smart) → branché(e)

sussed

adj (Brit inf: = knowledgeable) → bewandert; (= clever)clever
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BRISTOL City are flying high, but I think they've been sussed out.
Both had a tremendous start and have done well, but nowclubs have them sussed.