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suss

transitive verb \ˈsəs\

: to find or discover (something) by thinking

: to inspect or investigate (something) in order to gain more knowledge

Full Definition of SUSS

1
chiefly British :  figure out —usually used with out
2
chiefly British :  to inspect or investigate so as to gain more knowledge —usually used with out

Origin of SUSS

by shortening & alteration from suspect
First Known Use: 1966

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