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whacked

adjective uk   /wækt/ (also whacked out) us  
informal very tired: Go and pour yourself a drink, love - you look whacked.Tired and making tired US informal suffering the effects of drugs or alcohol: He was whacked-out on speed, jabbering a mile a minute and making no sense at all.Drunkenness and sobrietyDrugs - general wordsSpecific types of drug
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