out of it

out of it

Meaning: tired or lethargic; to not be thinking clearly

Example: "That long night driving home from the concert left me so out of it the next morning."

Wed, 2004-08-11 14:09 — Vivi

'out of it' also can be used to say that somebody is slightly drunk

After drinking a six-pack of beer he's really out of it. - Он выпил шесть банок пива и серьезно подшофе.

see also [under the weather]
see also [langered]
see also [higher than a kite]

пьяненький, подшофе