black out

black out

v. t. 1. to cause to become black, such as a stage, a computer screen, or a city.
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2. to impose a blackout on (news or a sports event).
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3. to make (a written text) illegible by applying a black ink over it; to blot out.
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4. to suppress (a memory).
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