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blackout

US [ˈblækˌaʊt]
UK [ˈblækaʊt]
  • n.停电;断电;新闻封锁;灯火管制(期)
  • adj.防空袭的
  • Web晕炫风暴;眩晕;黑视
Plural Form:blackouts  
blackout
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n.
1.
断电;停电a period when there is no light as a result of an electrical power failure
2.
新闻封锁a situation when the government or the police will not allow any news or information on a particular subject to be given to the public
3.
[ususing]
灯火管制(期)a period of time during a war when all lights must be put out or covered at night, so that they cannot be seen by an enemy attacking by air
4.
[usupl]
不透光窗罩(或窗帘)a covering for windows that stops light being seen from outside, or light from outside from coming into a room
5.
一时性黑蒙;眼前昏黑;短时失忆a temporary loss of consciousness , sight or memory
She had a blackout and couldn't remember anything about the accident.
她一时失忆,那场事故怎么也想不起来了。

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