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spaced out

adjective [after verb]     ( also spacey) slang
describes someone who is not completely conscious of what is happening around them, often because of taking drugs or needing to sleep (尤指因吸毒或缺乏睡眠而)昏昏沈沈的,精神恍惚的 I hadn't slept for two days and was completely spaced out. 我兩天沒有睡覺了,完全是昏昏沈沈的。 Drugs - general wordsSpecific types of drug
(Definition of spaced out from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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