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  • EN [ blæŋk]
  • US [ blæŋk]

English definition


  • 1. a blank character used to separate successive words in writing or printing;

    • "he said the space is the most important character in the alphabet"
  • 2. a substitute for a taboo word;

    • "I hit the blank blank car"
  • 3. a blank gap or missing part

  • 4. a piece of material ready to be made into something

  • 5. a cartridge containing an explosive charge but no bullet


  • 1. keep the opposing (baseball) team from winning


  • 1. of a surface; not written or printed on;

    • "blank pages"
    • "fill in the blank spaces"
    • "a clean page"
    • "wide white margins"
  • 2. void of expression;

    • "a blank stare"
  • 3. not charged with a bullet;

    • "a blank cartridge"

Example sentences

  • He looked blank when he was informed of his dismissal.

  • Have we got any blank videos?

  • His memory is a blank.

  • It was in blank verse that she sang.

  • The noble stared at the blank sheet of paper for a few seconds.

  • His expression remained studiously blank.

  • There was a blank look on his face.

  • She sometimes occupied her blank days with sewing.

  • You can line blank paper for writing.

  • The death of her husband left a big blank in her life.

  • Fill the blank spaces with right words.

  • Leave two blank spaces at the beginning of each paragraph.

  • He looked at me in blank amazement.

  • Abbot looked blank. "I don't quite follow, sir."

  • I'm sorry, but my mind is a blank.

  • I learned to blank those feelings out.

  • My mind went totally blank.

  • Put a word in each blank to complete the sentence.

  • He was, in a sense, given a blank cheque to negotiate the new South Africa.

  • We could put some of the pictures over on that blank wall over there.

  • His daughter gave him a blank look.

  • The army apparently refused point blank to do what was required of them.

  • He had murdered Perceval at point blank range with a single shot.

  • We are not prepared to write a blank cheque for companies that have run into trouble.

  • Mr Patterson was asked point blank if he would resign.

  • He gave her a blank look, as if he had no idea who she was.

Phrase collocation

  • be firing blanks

    (humorous)(of a man) be infertile

  • draw a blank

    elicit no successful response; fail

    • the search drew a blank.

Synonym discrimination

  • empty, vacant, hollow, blank, open


Meaning of blank

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