|part of speech:
||psyched, psyching, psychs
||(informal) to intimidate with psychological pressure; make uneasy or nervous (usu. fol. by out).
They tried to win by psyching us out.
||to ascertain or work out with reasoning or psychological skills (usu. fol. by out).
She quickly psyched out the answer to the problem.
||to put into the right mood for something; make psychologically ready (often fol. by up).
The players were psyched up for the match.