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1.
A phrase used to describe someone who is out of place or does not belong in a specific situation, setting or group. Not cool. Not able to understand a subject or group because you are unfamiliar with it's nuances. This phrase was made popular by the film "The Big Lebowski".
When a white dude says nigga, he is out of his element.

When the gayest dude you know starts talking about macking on honeys, he is out of his element.

When your little brother tries to borrow your ride so he can act like it's his, he is out of his element.

You're out of your element, Donny!
by Flip Schitz February 07, 2007
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A phrase used to describe a person who is out of his or her mind, in other words crazy
"I can't believe you just did that, you are out of your element"
by Teb9494 October 19, 2007
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