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  • EN [ ˈblækaʊt]
  • US [ ˈblækaʊt]

English definition


  • 1. a suspension of radio or tv broadcasting

  • 2. darkness resulting from the extinction of lights (as in a city invisible to enemy aircraft)

  • 3. the failure of electric power for a general region

  • 4. a momentary loss of consciousness

  • 5. partial or total loss of memory;

    • "he has a total blackout for events of the evening"

Example sentences

  • He keeps a flashlight in the cupboard in case of a blackout.

  • Barricade versus Blackout hologram deathmatch round one begins.

  • The blackout forced us to call it a day.

  • The hospital has an auxiliary power system in case of blackout.

  • Some preset the system time on their computers to view blackout, with help from online instructions.

  • I joined the disaster recovery drill and the actual recovery the accident of local blackout.

  • The streets were not lighted at night during the blackout.

  • A blackout was out of the question.

  • The snow and the blackout combined to make motoring perilous.

  • Will there be another blackout tomorrow?

  • If generation slows too much , system controllers have to shed load , causing a blackout.

  • Suffering from widespread blackout, Guizhou is one of the worst hit provinces amid China's weather disaster.

  • Shadowguard: This Troll Priest racial spell now works with Vampiric Embrace, Blackout, and Shadow Weaving.

  • The Army still hasn't figured out a way to change the air in a blackout tent.

  • It was a blackout, but I liked it very much.

  • It was, however, the duration of the blackout that made this eclipse extraordinary.

  • Blackout regulations were in force for the duration of the Second World War.

  • Severe cases progress to convulsions and Blackout.

  • He had had a blackout after the accident.

  • The government have been accused of maintaining a news blackout over election fraud.

  • Based on existing blackout models and voltage steady stability theory, a new blackout model is presented.

  • During the blackout, some workers in the factory were loafing around, awaiting power resumption.

  • A notice posted classroom door said no because of the blackout afternoon.

  • The storm caused a suden blackout and brought down telephone lines.

  • She had a blackout and couldn't remember anything about the accident.

  • The president defended the news blackout, accusing the media of misinforming the people.

  • Journalists said there was a virtual news blackout about the rally.


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