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Out to Lunch

Out to lunch

The English expression to be out to lunch literally means to be eating lunch away from one’s place of work. However, as an idiom, it also means...

a) not being in touch with reality
b) not paying attention to what you are doing
c) to be crazy
d) all of the above

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to be out to lunch.

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