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  • Stoked — STOKED: the Rise and Fall of Gator , is a feature documentary film by the American filmmaker Helen Stickler about 1980s professional skateboarding champion Mark “Gator” Rogowski, who is now serving life in prison for rape and murder. Rogowski had …   Wikipedia

  • Stoked — Logo de la série Stoked Titre original Stoked Genre Série d animation comique sur le surf Créateur(s) Tom McGillis Jennifer Pertsch Production …   Wikipédia en Français

  • stoked — [stəukt US stoukt] adj [not before noun] AmE spoken very pleased and excited …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • stoked — [ stoukt ] adjective AMERICAN INFORMAL very excited …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • stoked — ˈstōkt adjective Etymology: from past participle of stoke (I) slang : being in an enthusiastic or exhilarated state * * * /stohkt/, adj. Slang. 1. exhilarated; excited …   Useful english dictionary

  • stoked — 1) Excited, agitated, manic. I bet he was pretty stoked she agreed to marry him. 2) the utmost extreme excitement. i.e. a freshman sorority sister at her first kegger. I am sooo stoked about the game this friday! 3) To be really excited about… …   Dictionary of american slang

  • stoked — adj excited, thrilled, stimulated. The usage probably arose in the surfing commu nity in the US, whence it spread to other English speaking areas. It is now popu lar, particularly in Australian speech. It derives from the image of a furnace being …   Contemporary slang

  • stoked — adjective Feeling excitement or an exciting rush. When youre driving hard and fast down the wall, with the soup curling behind yer, or doing this backside turn on a big one about to tube, its just this feeling. Yer know, it leaves yer feeling… …   Wiktionary

  • stoked — Adj. Excited, pleased, thrilled. E.g. My dad was stoked when I passed my driving test …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • stoked — adjective Date: 1965 slang being in an enthusiastic or exhilarated state …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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