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blackout

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈblækaʊt/
UNCONSCIOUS when someone suddenly becomes unconscious
bayılma, baygınlık geçirme, kendinden geçme
Losing consciousness
NO INFORMATION when information is kept from people
delilleri, bilgileri karartma, bilgi kesintisi
[usually singular] a media/news blackout Secrecy and privacy
NO ELECTRICITY a failure in the supply of electricity
elektrik kesintisi
Electricity and electronics
NO LIGHTS a period during a war when no lights must show at night
savaş sırasında karartma
Darkness and becoming darkWar
(Definition of blackout from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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