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(intransitive) To stop paying attention and think about something else, or to think about nothing.
While setting up a treadmill in front of a television may be tempting, it's all-too-easy to zone out when watching TV and exercising.
It provides its enthusiasts with plenty of time to zone out in a peacefully meditative state, while at the same time challenging them to hook and haul dinner for the evening.
They zone out in front of the television because they're too drunk to read a book or stitch a quilt.
When a sight zone-out occurs and Ellison is almost pasted by a garbage truck, he realizes that Sandburg is right that he needs someone to watch his back and bring him out of zone-outs.
They zone out in front of the television because they 're too drunk to read a book or stitch a quilt.
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