blackout


blackout
n.
extinguishing or concealment of all lights during wartime

1) to impose, order a blackout

2) to observe a blackout

suppression of news

3) to impose, order a blackout

4) to lift a blackout

5) to violate a blackout

6) a news blackout

* * *
['blækaʊt]
order a blackout
['extinguishing or concealment of all lights during wartime'] to impose
a news blackout
to lift a blackout
to observe a blackout
to violate a blackout

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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