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What does it means when someone says, “I’m psyched!” Well, when you are psyched, you are looking forward to doing something and you are really excited about it.
You can say that you are psyched about (doing) something or psyched to do something.
- psyched about [noun]: I’m psyched about the party tomorrow. It’s going to be great!
- psyched about [gerund]: Joe is psyched about his vacation. He’s going to Paris.
- psyched to [base verb]: I’m so psyched to see my cousin when he comes to NYC next month.
How about you? What are you psyched about these days?
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