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wiped out

adjective [after verb] uk   us  

wiped out adjective [after verb] (TIRED)

informal extremely tired: After that five-mile run I was completely wiped out.

wiped out adjective [after verb] (DRUNK)

US slang suffering from the effects of drinking alcohol or taking drugs
Translations of “wiped out”
in Chinese (Traditional) 疲倦的, 筋疲力盡的,極累的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 疲倦的, 筋疲力尽的,极累的…
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