out of it

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Prepositional phrase[edit]

out of it (informal)

  1. Not participating in some trend or group.
    When my old friends turned up, my wife felt quite out of it.
  2. Disoriented; not thinking clearly.
    Having the flu all week left me pretty well out of it.
  3. So intoxicated (from alcohol or drugs) that one is unaware of what is going on, stupefied
  4. Asleep or unconscious



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