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zoned (out) — 1. mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. □ What’s the matter with your eyes? Get a little zoned last night? □ Yeah, I’m sort of zoned out. 2. mod. exhausted. □ After a day like this, I’m really zoned. □ … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
zoned out — adj US informal : not thinking clearly or paying attention to what is happening around you because you are tired, drugged, etc. I was totally zoned out and didn t hear what she said. He was always zoned out on drugs back then. see also zone out… … Useful english dictionary
Zoned Out — infobox Television episode Caption= Title=Zoned Out Series=Fantastic Four Episode=7 Season=1 Guests=Samuel Vincent as H.E.R.B.I.E. Laura Drummond as Courtney Bonner Davis Writer=Bob Forward Director=Franck Michel Production=107 Airdate=October 28 … Wikipedia
zoned\ out — A way of floating out and not realizing passage of time or anything else around you. Can happen intentionally or unintentionally. Unintentional: I don t know what happened after that. I just sorta zoned out. Intentionally: I was really zonin till … Dictionary of american slang
zoned out — adj stoned, spaced out, semi conscious. Originally a piece of US drug users jar gon, the word may now be employed in a non narcotic context to mean worn out … Contemporary slang
Zoned out — under the influence of marijuana, or some other similar acting drug; spaced out … Dictionary of Australian slang
zoned out — Australian Slang under the influence of marijuana, or some other similar acting drug; spaced out … English dialects glossary
zoned — [zəund US zound] adj also .zoned out [not before noun] AmE informal unable to think clearly and quickly, especially because you are tired or have taken drugs … Dictionary of contemporary English
zoned — also zoned out adjective (not before noun) AmE informal unable to think clearly and quickly, especially because you are tired or ill … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
zoned — adj stoned, spaced out, semi conscious. Originally a piece of US drug users jar gon, the word may now be employed in a non narcotic context to mean worn out … Contemporary slang