Spaced out - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
space out 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.
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