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    dilodi83 is offline Senior Member
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    Default to be spaced out - to be zoned out

    Dear teachers and native English speakers,
    can you explain through some easy examples the differences between these two phrasal verbs...? I cannot understand how you use them.
    Thanks so much.

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    Rover_KE is offline Moderator
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    Default Re: to be spaced out - to be zoned out

    They seem to mean much the same, though I don't use 'zoned out'.

    Spaced out

    Zoned out

    Rover

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