- adjstoned, spaced out, semi-conscious. Originally a piece of US drug-users' jar-gon, the word may now be employed in a non-narcotic context to mean worn out.
Contemporary slang . 2014.
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zoned — [zəund US zound] adj also .zoned out [not before noun] AmE informal unable to think clearly and quickly, especially because you are tired or have taken drugs … Dictionary of contemporary English
Zoned — oned, a. 1. Wearing a zone, or girdle. Pope. [1913 Webster] 2. Having zones, or concentric bands; striped. [1913 Webster] 3. (Bot.) Zonate. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
zoned — [ zound ] adjective AMERICAN INFORMAL very tired or unable to think clearly … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
zoned — un·zoned; zoned; … English syllables
zoned — also zoned out adjective (not before noun) AmE informal unable to think clearly and quickly, especially because you are tired or ill … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
zoned — ˈzōnd adjective Etymology: zone (I) + ed : wearing the zone that is symbolic of virginity : virgin, chaste fair zoned damsels Alexander Pope … Useful english dictionary
Zoned — Разделённый по зонам, зонный, зональный; Разделенный по зонам, зонный, зональный … Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии
zoned — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. subject to zoning ordinances, planned for, platted; see restricted , urban 2 … English dictionary for students
zoned — adj. (Slang) drunk; spaced out zÉ™ÊŠn n. region, area, domain; belt, waistband v. divide into areas; encircle; home in on, track … English contemporary dictionary
zoned — adjective 1》 divided into zones. 2》 chiefly Botany & Zoology marked with zones. 3》 US informal under the influence of drugs or alcohol. [1970s: blend of zonked and stoned.] … English new terms dictionary