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blackout British & World English

A period when all lights must be turned out or covered to prevent them being seen by the enemy during an air raid

blackout English Thesaurus

a generator would power the computer in the event of a blackout

blackout New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(one word, two words as verb)

black out British & World English

Undergo a sudden and temporary loss of consciousness

black out in black British & World English

Undergo a sudden and temporary loss of consciousness

black out in black English Thesaurus

the pain hit him and he blacked out