out of it
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- (idiomatic) Not participating in some trend or group.
- When my old friends turned up, my wife felt quite out of it.
- (idiomatic) Disoriented; not thinking clearly.
- Having the flu all week left me pretty well out of it.
- (idiomatic) Drunk.
- (not participating): aloof, excluded, left out, standoffish, uninvolved
- (disoriented): bewildered, confused, dazed, perplexed, puzzled
- (drunk): See Thesaurus:drunk
not participating in some trend
disoriented — see disoriented
drunk — see drunk