Definition and meaning of hyper in English

hyperadjective
UK/ˈhaɪpə(r)/
US/ˈhaɪpər/
1.The adjective form of hyper means feeling both excited and nervous, often due to having an excess of nervous energy.
The children were hyper before the birthday party, bouncing off the walls with excitement.
She felt hyper during the job interview, her heart racing and her hands trembling.
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