Definition of black out in English:

black out

Undergo a sudden and temporary loss of consciousness: they knocked me around and I blacked out
More example sentences
  • He could feel his consciousness shutting down, blacking out…
  • The sound of the report still echoed in his ears, and with this as his lullaby, he finally lost consciousness and blacked out.
  • The last thing she heard before she blacked out was a sudden increase in noise and panic.
Synonyms
faint, lose consciousness, pass out, collapse, keel over
informal flake out, conk out, go out
literary swoon
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