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flaked out

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  • flaked out — 1. mod. alcohol intoxicated. □ You are too flaked out to drive home. Give me your keys. □ Man, is she flaked out! 2. AND flaked mod. passed out because of drugs. (Drugs.) □ Sally was flaked out on the sofa …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • flaked out — adj exhausted, collapsed …   Contemporary slang

  • flaked out —  Exhausted …   A concise dictionary of English slang

  • out — Synonyms and related words: abandoned, aberrant, abjured, abroad, absurd, adrift, alibi, all abroad, all off, all wrong, aloud, amiss, antiquated, antique, apparent, apparently, appear, archaic, askew, asleep, astray, at a loss, at fault, audibly …   Moby Thesaurus

  • flaked — Go to flaked out …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • flake out — 1. in. to pass out from exhaustion; to fall asleep. □ I just flaked out. I had had it. □ After jogging, I usually flake for awhile. 2. in. to fall asleep after drug use. (Drugs.) □ An hour after she took the stuff, she just flaked …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • flake out — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms flake out : present tense I/you/we/they flake out he/she/it flakes out present participle flaking out past tense flaked out past participle flaked out British informal to go to sleep very quickly because you …   English dictionary

  • flake out — informal she flaked out in her chair Syn: fall asleep, go to sleep, drop off; collapse, faint, pass out, lose consciousness, black out, swoon; informal conk out, nod off, sack out …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • flake out — lie down and sleep, conk out    Grant flaked out on the couch after lunch. He was really tired …   English idioms

  • flake out — v Start acting peculiar, odd, eccentric. He was a good philosophy teacher before he fell in love with a hippy and flaked out. 1960s …   Historical dictionary of American slang

  • flake — flake1 [fleık] n [Date: 1300 1400; Origin: From a Scandinavian language; related to Norwegian flak disk ] 1.) a small thin piece that breaks away easily from something else flake of ▪ flakes of snow ▪ chocolate flakes →↑snowflake …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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