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1.
when someone/something is used too much; everyone has it
damn that civic is so played out, everybody got it
Por dbel 10 de junio de 2003
 
2.
1. Adj. Something that has been repeated so often, become so popular, or the exposure to which is so widespread that it is no longer hip or cool.

Can be used to describe a piece of popular culture, for example a song or movie, or an abstract concept, such as playing Jenga or neo-conservatism.

Something may be played out to the degree that it can never be hip or cool again, or it may be played out temporarily, for example when one gets too drunk for days in a row, then says "drinking is played out," and then gets drunk again the following weekend.

2. Adj. A person who goes onto UrbanDictionary.Com and looks up words to add, only to find that other people have already entered the same words with the same or better definitions than said person had in mind.
1.

a. "Yo, don't use the n-word; racism is played out, son."

b. "Sorry dawg, but playing basketball at Candle Park is played out. I'm trying to go to Vassault."

2. "You are so played out TripleBizzle; you think you're the first person to say that 'holler' is the white version of 'holla'?
Por TheTripleBizzle 15 de noviembre de 2006
 
3.
When something is old/boring or is a cliche.
That music's played out.
Por Extasy 29 de julio de 2005
 
4.
Shit that got old real quick.
Things that got played out:

- 'Epic'
- Rick rolling
- 'All that and a bag of chips'
- Crocks
- Hammer pants
- Charlie Sheen's 'winning'
- Napolean Dynamite
- 'Bling bling' (not to be confused with the rare usage of the adjective 'bling')
- Hipsterism
- Anything that marketing agencies decide to churn out
- etc.
- etc.
Por capnbarfy 27 de mayo de 2011
 
5.
When something becomes/gets old.
That music's played out.
Por Extasy 20 de julio de 2005
 
6.
1. Being screwed over
2. Someone else using you,what you've done, or your words to their own advantage
1. You got played you out i thought he asked you to the movies Friday night, not her?

2. Shawnice-"I love you so much"
Dan-"Since you say you love me, can we have sex now?"
played out
Por Melissa VanKeuren 25 de agosto de 2008
 
7.
To no longer want to play the dating game. To give up being a player
Bob: Dave's getting married, you know?
Mac: He must be played out
Por Prometh 16 de julio de 2005