when someone gets excited about something
Damn..you hype calm down homey.
Por tmacafella 17 de julio de 2003
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A fad. A clever marketing strategy which a product is advertized as the thing everyone must have, to the point where people begin to feel they need to consume it.
Millions of suckers fell for the hype and bought a Playstation 2
Por AYB 18 de febrero de 2003
fun, rowdy, or wild
That party was hype!!
Por Lil Mama 25 de enero de 2004
To get extremely excited over something that's not that exciting ..
Jimmy- " OMG I got the job at mcdonalds yayayayayayaa!!!!!!!!! "
Amy- " hype.. "
Por arsp41326 12 de julio de 2011
Wild and flashy valuing style over substance with a breakneck pace.
Often makes little sense upon analysis, instead taking refuge in audacity and emotions.
Popularized, but not invented, by Woolie of the Two Best Friends video group.
The hype skyrocketed when that giant robot spin kicked the volcano.
Por Dozer Red 06 de marzo de 2014
a drug user who's method of administration is with a hypodermic needle, or syringe.
"is she a junkie?"

"yeah man...total hype. she's got hep c and aids from sharing needles"
Por ktaln 30 de enero de 2009
1. Very excited for something. This connotation requires that the word hype be followed by the word "for". Using "all" before the word hype accentuates the amount of excitement.

2. Very angry or upset at something. This connotation requires that the word hype be followed by the word "at." If neither "at" or "for" is used, the second definition is implied. Again, using "all" before the word hype accentuates the amount of anger.
1. "My dog Cookie was all hype for his walk because he had to pee."

2. "I was all hype.", or "I was all hype at my girlfriend for cheating on me."
Por Brian and Tom 11 de enero de 2006

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