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English definition of “out of it”

out of it

informal
not conscious of where you are or what condition you are in as a result of taking alcohol or drugs: She was lying on the sofa, totally out of it. unhappy because you are not included in what is happening: I didn't know anyone at the party and I felt really out of it.
(Definition of out of it from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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