From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishout of itout of itinformala)DIFFERENTslightly unhappy because you feel different from the rest of a group of people and cannot share their fun, conversation etcI felt a bit out of it because I was the only one who couldn’t speak French.b)DFDDRUNKunable to think clearly because you are tired or drunk, or have taken drugsYou were really out of it last night. What were you drinking? →out
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out of it• And made a, a jellyout of it.• And what do they get out of it?• Because you can talk yourself right out of it.• His teammates helped talk him out of it.• I couldn't get out of it.• I never could squeeze any of my own life either into it or out of it.• Some one gets a good idea, and no one wants to be left out of it.• The Spartans were out of it by halftime, with the Bulldogs ahead, 30-6.