Associations to the word «Blackout»

Wiktionary

BLACKOUT, noun. A temporary loss of consciousness.
BLACKOUT, noun. A temporary loss of memory.
BLACKOUT, noun. A large-scale power failure, and resulting loss of electricity to consumers.
BLACKOUT, noun. The mandatory blocking of all light emanating from buildings as imposed during World War II.
BLACKOUT CAKE, noun. A rich chocolate cake made with chocolate pudding.
BLACKOUT CAKES, noun. Plural of blackout cake
BLACKOUT LAMP, noun. A hand-held lamp that has sliding or rotating doors to adjust the amount of light emitted.
BLACKOUT LAMPS, noun. Plural of blackout lamp

Dictionary definition

BLACKOUT, noun. A suspension of radio or tv broadcasting.
BLACKOUT, noun. Darkness resulting from the extinction of lights (as in a city invisible to enemy aircraft).
BLACKOUT, noun. The failure of electric power for a general region.
BLACKOUT, noun. A momentary loss of consciousness.
BLACKOUT, noun. Partial or total loss of memory; "he has a total blackout for events of the evening".

Wise words

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