- adj1.Americantired, exhausted or hung over. A high-school and preppie term probably adapted from the following sense.2.Americanintoxicated or euphoric after taking drugs, high. This use is still heard, but less commonly than during the hippy era.3.Americanruined, failed. Used typically of an event or an opportunity.4.full of food, gorged. From the verb to blow out.5.rejected, cast aside, expelled. From the verb to blow out.Her past is littered with the corpses of blown out lovers.
Contemporary slang . 2014.
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Blown out — FilmM overexposed video. This is the video kiss of death. If important parts of your video such as your subject’s face or the entire background are blown out, it sucks to be you. Blown out white blotches in video simply can’t be fixed in post … Audio and video glossary
blown out — mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. □ Fred is totally blown out and will have a huge hangover tomorrow. □ Fred stood at the door and told us he was blown something that was totally obvious anyway … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
Blown Out — VP This is a typical film term referring to the extreme overexposure of video. If your images are Blown Out they will be irreparable and the footage will be worthless … Audio and video glossary
blown out — referring to a river after heavy rain, having high water levels and muddy conditions … Dictionary of ichthyology
Blown-out — amazed, usually from delight … Dictionary of Australian slang
blown-out — Australian Slang amazed, usually from delight … English dialects glossary
blown out of proportion — see ↑proportion • • • Main Entry: ↑blow … Useful english dictionary
blown-out shot — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun : a blast in which the explosive action breaks little or no coal or rock … Useful english dictionary
was blown out of proportion — grew to a monstrous size, was inflated, was exaggerated … English contemporary dictionary
be blown out of the water — figurative (of a person, idea, or project) be shown to lack all credibility … Useful english dictionary