Burnout or burn-out can refer to:

* Burnout (psychology), a psychological term for the experience of long-term exhaustion and diminished interest, especially in one's career.
* Burn Out (CSI episode), an episode of popular television series.
* Burn-out (fabric printing process), a fabric pattern printing process
* Burnout (vehicle), when a vehicle's tires are spun so they smoke.
* "Burnout" (series), a racing game series created by UK company "Criterion Games", with a notable emphasis on dangerous driving and crashes.:*"Burnout" (video game) is also the first game in the same series.
* "Burnout" (film)
* Burnout (band), a rock band from Chicago or a now disbanded punk-rock band from Arkansas.
* Burnout (comics), a fictional Wildstorm character.
* "Burnout", a song by Green Day from their 1994 album "Dookie".
* BurnOut (software), an open source protection detector.
* Burnout (stereotype), a (typically) juvenile delinquent interested in heavy metal music, drugs and alcohol, vagrancy, and vandalism

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