not paying attention/ dazed off
"You're out to lunch"
Por jdg 17 de noviembre de 2003
Drunk, intoxicated, plastered, wasted, etc.
"My friend was out to lunch when he jumped off the roof."
Por gorillagrip 21 de junio de 2006
a) A sign that is put on the outside of a business premesis that is indicating that it is temporarily non functional, and that business will resume within the hour.

b) not paying attention.
Out to lunch, back at one.


He's out to lunch.
Por Kung-Fu Jesus 18 de abril de 2004
The away message you get on instant messaging services like AIM when your friend is eating his girlfriend.
Guy 1: Hey Guy 2, what's up?
-Auto Response from Guy 2- Out To Lunch.
Guy 1: Again...?
Por Pantho 12 de mayo de 2009
Techincally speaking, when a piece of network equipment goes down.
"The server just went out-to-lunch; what a piece of shit."
Por Network Director 16 de septiembre de 2013
Going OUT of the room and meeting your co-worker in the closet, TO LUNCH down on her sweet spot.
I love taking Angela OUT TO LUNCH, I could eat all day long with her.
Por huffinthemuffin 16 de diciembre de 2010
something your supervisor usually is.
Hey man, have you seen the sup lately?
No man I think he's out to lunch!
He's out to lunch period.
Por Jeff Barouch 12 de julio de 2004

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