- Burnout is a late 1970s and 1980s slang term often used to refer to (typically) juvenile delinquents interested in heavy metal music (see also Metalhead, hesher), typically dressed in 70s/80s populist hard rock fashion: denim, flannel shirts, military surplus jackets and shirts, chain wallets ...
- Burnout is a psychological term for the experience of long-term exhaustion and diminished interest. Research indicates general practitioners have ...
- A burnout (also known as a peel out or power brake) is the practice of keeping a vehicle stationary (or close to) and spinning its wheels, causing the tires to heat up and smoke resulting from friction.
- Burnout is a series of high-speed racing games for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Xbox, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS, and ...
- Robert "Bobby" Lane is the fictional superhero Burnout from Wildstorm Comics. He is best known as a member of the controversial superhero team ...
- Using the throttle to spin the wheels of a vehicle being held stationary, causing the spinning tires to produce smoke and burn rubber; A pot ...
- Alternating patterns of sheer and opaque fabric.
- spinning the rear tires in water to heat and clean them prior to a run for better traction. A burnout precedes every run.
- Burnout is the term given to the physical or psychological condition induced in workers by overwork or overexposure to stress in the workplace.
- Fabric with an alternating solid and sheer see-through design, often in a floral or animal print, commonly seen in velvets.
- The ceramic shell-coated piece is placed cup-down in a kiln, whose heat hardens the silica coatings into a shell, and the wax melts and runs out. The melted wax can be recovered and reused, although often it is simply burned up. ...
- to wear out; exhaust; be worn out; become exhausted Calisthenics gymnastic exercises designed to develop physical health and vigor, usually ...
- The low moral or hopelessness stakeholders feel because of churn, overwork, unrealistic goals, and/or inadequate support. People stop trying because they feel like they've tried and failed, or their work is meaningless or unappreciated. A good tech plan tries to prevent burnout.
- A feeling of being worn out and having diminished interest in performing an activity.
- To exhaust oneself by too much work or dissipation.
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