|out of my head
||crazy, out of your mind, wacko
||I must have been out of my head to lend him my car. I was crazy.
|out of nowhere
||without warning, without an introduction
||Out of nowhere a motorcycle passed us, going like a bullet.
|out of order
||not operating, broken
||The stamp machine is out of order. I think it's broken.
|out of our hands
||not able to change or control the result
||The decision is out of our hands. The voters will decide who wins.
|out of patience
||having no more patience, lose patience
||I'm out of patience with the kids. They're fighting all the time.
|out of place
||in the wrong place, not appropriate
||I felt out of place wearing shorts in the dining room.
|out of pocket
||expense paid from personal funds
||Larry is out of pocket for the team lunch at McDonald's.
|out of range
||too far away, not close enough
||The FM station is out of range of my radio. The signal is weak.
|out of sight (outa sight)
||too much, too high
||The price was outa sight! They wanted $200 for a nylon jacket.
|out of sight
||too far away to see, not visible anymore
||He watched the plane until it was a speck. Then it was out of sight.