|out of here (outa here)
||When I get paid, I'm outa here.
|out of his element
||not trained, too deep for him
||He was out of his element when they began discussing DNA.
|out of hock
||not having debts, not owing any money
||We paid off our mortgage today. It feels good to be out of hock.
|out of it
||not feeling right, not with it
||For some reason, I'm out of it today. I have no energy.
|out of joint
||(See nose is out of joint)
|out of kilter
||(See off kilter)
|out of line
||not showing respect, not polite
||Ty was out of line when he called you a hooker.
|out of luck
||nothing left for you, shit out of luck [B]
||We're out of luck. There are no tickets left.
|out of my depth
||not having the knowledge, over my head
||I was out of my depth talking about genetics with the doctors.
|out of my hair
||not bothering me, not a problem for me
||Next week the kids will be back at school - out of Mom's hair.