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Spanish translation of “blank”

blank

adjective /blӕŋk/
(of paper) without writing or marks
en blanco
a blank sheet of paper.
expressionless
vacío, inexpresivo
Dave had a blank look on his face.
(of a wall) having no door, window etc.
liso
blankly adverb with a blank expression
inexpresivamente, sin expresión
He looked at me blankly.
blankness noun
vacío
the blankness of his face.
blank cartridge noun a cartridge without a bullet.
cartucho sin bala
blank cheque noun ( blank check) a signed cheque on which the sum to be paid has not been entered.
cheque en blanco
go blank to become empty – used about someone’s mind
quedarse en blanco, no recordar nada
My mind went blank when the police questioned me.
(Definition of blank from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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