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Translation of "blank" - English-Turkish dictionary

blank

adjective     /blæŋk/
EMPTY
B1 with no writing, pictures, or sound (kağıt, kaset vs.) boş, içinde hiç bir şey olmayan a blank page a blank tape The space for the date was left blank.Empty
go blank
If your mind goes blank, you suddenly cannot remember or think of something. hafıza kaybı yaşamak, bir şey hatırlayamamak Empty
NO FEELING
showing no feeling or understanding boş, anlamsız, hissiz a blank expression →  See also point-blank Not showing or feeling emotionsControlling emotions
(Definition of blank adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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