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hype

1 Slang
a hypodermic needle or injection

hype

2
1. intensive or exaggerated publicity or sales promotion
2. the person or thing so publicized
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Later this year, students from the HYPED team, which now totals more than 100 members, will return to the headquarters of aerospace manufacturer SpaceX in California to compete as finalists in the annual Hyperloop Pod Competition, set up in 2015 by technology entrepreneur and SpaceX boss Elon Musk.
Their motive for doing this may be sound - hyped horses are generally to be avoided by the backer - but racing is in need of promotion, like any other sport.
My friend Nacho, who I skated with everyday, all the guys who skated the PB bowl, the Vermin kids and elders who hyped and plagued daily, which was pretty hot.
Management hyped the prowess of their products, the size of their markets, the competitive advantage of their technology, and their "owned" customers--sometimes fudging the revenue and earnings reality.
In festivals, everything gets hyped, including Canadian movies that would otherwise be lucky to see the light of a late-night, quota-filling cable slot.