slang To be or become confused, disoriented, or stupefied, from or as from drug use. OK, Janet, I know you just took a lot of pills, but you need to stop spacing for a minute and tell me where Stephen went! Right in the middle of my speech, I just sort of spaced and forgot everything I was supposed to say.
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1. To be or become distracted, preoccupied, or unfocused from the present moment or the task at hand. Thomas, quit spacing out back there and pay attention! I love looking out the window on the train and just spacing out for a few minutes.2. To be or become confused, disoriented, or stupefied, from or as from drug use. OK, Janet, I know you just took a lot of pills, but you need to stop spacing out for a minute and tell me where Stephen went! In the middle of his speech, he just spaced out and trailed off into an unintelligible murmur.3. To cause someone to be or become confused, disoriented, or stupefied, from or as from drug use. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is usually used between “space” and “out.” Getting knocked in the head like that spaced Tom out pretty bad. I don”t like the way these pills space me out—I”d rather just deal with the pain myself.See also: out, space
space someone out
to cause someone to become giddy. The circus clowns just spaced me out. The hilarious spectacle spaced out the entire audience.See also: out, space
to become giddy or disoriented. Judy spaced out during the meeting and I didn”t understand a word she said. I have a tendency to space out at the end of a hard day.See also: out, space
Stupefy or disorient, as if or from a drug. For example, This medication spaces me out so I can”t think clearly, or I wonder what those kids are on-they look totally spaced out. Also see zone out. See also: out, space
v.1. To organize or arrange some things or some people with spaces between: The tournament organizers spaced the matches out so that players would have time to rest. The police officers spaced themselves out along the parade route.
2. To stupefy or disorient someone from or as if from a drug: The medicine spaces me out so I can”t think clearly. The summer heat tends to space out the students and makes it difficult to teach.
3. To lose awareness of one”s surroundings: I stared out the window and spaced out for an hour.4. To lose concentration or become inattentive: I was supposed to meet her at 9:00, but I spaced out and didn”t get there till 10:30.See also: out, space
verbSee space out
1. n. a giddy person. (Usually space-out.) Terry is becoming such a space-out! 2. and space in. to become giddy; to become disoriented. She is spacing again. She doesn’t even know where she is. See also: out, space
space someone out
tv. to cause someone to become giddy. The whole business just spaced me out. See also: out, someone, space
and spacy mod. silly; giddy. I have such spaced out parents! See also: out, spacedSee also:
place things apart from one another按一定间隔安排Their four children were spaced out two years apart．他们家4个孩子之间都相差两岁。The foresters spaced the seedlings out in rows．林务员把树苗一行行等距栽种。Can I space out payments over five months？我可以分5个月偿还货款吗？ south southern-fried southpaw sow sow (one's) oats sow (one's) wild oats sow a/the seed of doubt (in someone's mind) sow dragon's teeth sow one's wild oats sow the seed of sow the seeds of (something) sow the seeds of something sow the wind and reap the whirlwind sow the wind, (and) reap the whirlwind sow wild oats sow your wild oats sozzle sozzle (one) sozzled sozzler sozzly spa space space cadet space off space out space someone out spaced spaced (out) spaced out spacey spacing spacy spade spade up spaghetti spaghetti junction spaghetti western Spain spam span Spanish Spanish faggot Spanish flag spank spank you (very much) spanked spanking spanking new spanner spar somehow or other something like something of an event sort out space out spark off speak about speak ill of speak of speak one”s mind speak to – Từ đồng nghĩa, cách dùng từ tương tự Thành ngữ, tục ngữ space out