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Translation of "out of it" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

out of it

informal
not conscious of where you are or what condition you are in as a result of taking alcohol or drugs (在酒精、藥物或毒品的作用下)昏昏然的,無知覺的,昏迷的 She was lying on the sofa, totally out of it. 她躺在沙發上,完全失去了知覺。 Dreaming
unhappy because you are not included in what is happening (因為被排除在外而)不開心的,失落的 I didn't know anyone at the party and I felt really out of it. 聚會上,我一個人也不認識,感覺很不是味兒。 Excluding
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