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1.
Used in the North of England particularly Liverpool and Merseyside, meaning delighted, happy about something, over the moon!
Though it can also be used as a sarcastic retort.
"When i found out i'd got the job, I was made up!" Or "her face lit up when she opened her present, you could tell she was really made up with it."
The sarcastic retort usage of the term, would be something like, when someone was jealous of someone. The person might say: "Hey i got a date with that fella! and you would reply, "I'm made up for ya!" (when really you were no such thing)
po MerseyMan Мај 31, 2008
 
2.
madeup: Adj. (Slang) A shortening of the word "made-up".
1. Something fabricated or a fictional topic, usually thought-up on the spur-of-the-moment.
2. Something not yet widely accepted/ verified as true.
3. Vt. (Primarily feminine); To be ready to go socialize.
"There have been a lot more cool madeup skateboard tricks since Tony Hawk energized the sport".

"I'm almost madeup for tonight's speed-dating buffet".
po David P. Twedt Мај 27, 2006