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zonk out

Sl. to collapse from exhaustion; to go into a stupor from drugs or exhaustion. I'm gonna go home and zonk out. I went home after the trip and just zonked out.
See also: out, zonk

zonk someone out

 
1. Sl. to make someone tired or exhausted. All the work zonked him out. She zonked out the team with the long practice.
2. . Sl. to cause someone to become intoxicated. The drug zonked Max out totally. It zonked out Max.
See also: out, zonk

zonked (out)

 and zounked (out) 
1. Sl. drug intoxicated. She's too zonked to drive. Jed was almost zounked out to unconsciousness.
2. . Sl. exhausted; asleep. She was totally zonked out by the time I got home. I feel zounked. Good night.
See also: zonk

zonk out

v. Slang
1. To go to sleep, especially due to exhaustion; conk out: I was so tired that I zonked out without even taking off my shoes.
2. To lose consciousness or awareness: The driver zonked out behind the wheel and ran off the road.
3. To cause someone or something to lose consciousness or awareness: Even a small dose of this cough syrup can zonk you out.
See also: out, zonk

zonk

(zɔŋk)
1. tv. to overpower someone or something. We zonked the dog with a kick.
2. tv. to tire someone out. (see also zonked (out).) The pills zonked me, but they made my cold better.

zonk out

in. to collapse from exhaustion; to go into a stupor from drugs or exhaustion; to go to sleep. I’m gonna go home and zonk out.
See also: out, zonk

zonk someone out

1. tv. to make someone tired or exhausted. All the work zonked him out.
2. tv. to cause someone to become intoxicated. The drug zonked Max out totally.
See also: out, zonk

zonked (out)

and zounked (out) (zɔŋkt... and zɑʊŋkt...)
1. mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. She’s too zonked to drive.
2. mod. exhausted; asleep. She was totally zonked out by the time I got home.
See also: out, zonk

zonked

verb
See also: zonk