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gone

1. and gone under mod. unconscious. He’s gone under. You can begin the procedure now.
2. and gone under mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. Those chicks are gone—too much to drink. Wow, he’s really gone.
3. mod. cool; out of this world. (Typically real gone.) This ice cream is gone, man, gone!
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That was my lot in life and that any sort of greatness I had was gone.
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