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spaced outadjective

us   /ˈspeɪst ˈɑʊt/ also spacey, /ˈspeɪ·si/ slang
not aware of or paying attention to what is happening around you: I just got home from work and I’m kind of spaced out.
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spaced outadjective [after verb]

uk   /ˌspeɪst ˈaʊt/ us   /ˌspeɪst ˈaʊt/ also spacey, spacy slang
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