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block out something

phrasal verb with block  us   /blɑk/ verb [T]
  • (PLAN)

to arrange to have time or space for something by planning in advance: She blocked out time each day to work on her book.

block out something

phrasal verb with block  us   /blɑk/ verb [T]
  • (STOP RECEIVING)

to prevent the ability to receive or remember something: Some people are able to block out every distraction. You can program the TV, blocking out channels you don't want your children to watch.
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“block out something” in American English

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