black out

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İngilizce - Türkçe
hafıza kaybı
bayılmak
(deyim) kendini kaybetmek
karartma yapmak
gözü kararmak
karartmak
{f} karartma yap
geçici olarak şuurunu kaybetmek, gözü kararmak
gözü kararmak; kısa bir süre için şuurunu kaybetmek
bilinç kaybı
blackout
baygınlık
blackout
{i} örtbas etme
blackout
kendinden geçmek
blackout
bayılmak
black-out
bilinç kaybı
blackout
kısa süren şuur kaybı
blackout
(Tıp) hafıza kaybı
blackout
göz kararması
blackout
(Elektrik, Elektronik) elektriklerin kesilmesi
blackout
(Tıp) şuur kaybı
blackout
bayılma
blackout
Elektrik kesintisi

Dün gece uzun bir elektrik kesintisinden dolayı ödevimi yapamadım. - Last night I could not do my homework on account of a long blackout.

blackout
gizli tutma
blackout
Karartma
black station clock receive out
(Askeri) kara garnizon saati çıkışı
blackout
karartmak
blackout
(Askeri) GÖZ KARARMASI: Süratli bir yükselişte, oturur veya ayakta dururken, yüksek hız ile harekete maruz kalındığı zaman, şuurun yerinde olmasına rağmen, görme kabiliyetinin, geçici olarak, tamamen kaybolması. Ayrıca bakınız: "redout"
blackout
kendinden geçme
blackout
yayının kesilmesi
blackout
kendini kaybetmek
blackout
kararma
blackout
(Tıp) Beyin dolaşımındaki yetersizlik nedeniyle gelişen kısa süreli bilinç kaybı, bilinç kararması
blackout
karanlık
blackout
{i} kararm
to black out
karartma yapmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
to censor or cover up by writing over with black ink

Seigel was able to send two post cards home in 44 months via the Red Cross. The first one was completely blacked out by the Japanese censor's pen. The second one he sent, Seigel wrote that he weighed his usual weight of 130. Seigel's usual weight was 230 so the family could see that he had been severely starved while in captivity. Seigel had at least triumphed over the Japanese censor and his black pen.

to censor or cover up

I have blacked out your television, every station in the world is mine.

To lose consciousness; to suffer a blackout

And they were not surprised when Tang Ya reeled into the mess, his face livid and drawn with pain. Rip and Dane got him to his cabin before he blacked out. But all they could learn from him during the interval before he lost consciousness was that his head was bursting and he couldn't stand it. Over his limp body they stared at one another bleakly.

To make dark

The Venetian blinds and the drapes, she thought, would completely black out the room from the ocean side.

lose consciousness, faint
{f} lose consciousness; faint, temporarily lose consciousness; lose memory temporarily; suppress a memory from conscious acknowledgment; turn off all the lights on a stage; cause an electrical power failure; cover a part of writing with black color so it cannot be read; hold back information
lose consciousness due to a sudden trauma, for example
If a film or a piece of writing is blacked out, it is prevented from being broadcast or published, usually because it contains information which is secret or offensive. TV pictures of the demonstration were blacked out. = censor
If you black out the memory of something, you try not to remember it because it upsets you. I tried not to think about it. I blacked it out. see also blackout = blot out
darken completely; "The dining room blackened out"
If a place is blacked out, it is in darkness, usually because it has no electricity supply. Large parts of the capital were blacked out after electricity pylons were blown up
suppress by censorship as for political reasons; "parts of the newspaper article were blacked out"
If you black out a piece of writing, you colour over it in black so that it cannot be seen. U.S. government specialists went through each page, blacking out any information a foreign intelligence expert could use = censor
{i} act of turning off all the lights; power failure; loss of consciousness
obliterate or extinguish; "Some life-forms were obliterated by the radiation, others survived"
obliterate or extinguish; "Some life-forms were obliterated by the radiation, others survived
If you black out, you lose consciousness for a short time. Samadov said that he felt so ill that he blacked out. = pass out
Also referred to as black patch; a piece of masking material which is used in layout to mask an area leaving a window into which another element can be stripped
blackout
The mandatory blinding of all light emanating from buildings as imposed during World War II
black-out
-A loss of consciousness which is experienced by a particular identity while another identity is in executive control of the body
black-out
This is a complete loss of power lasting for more than one cycle more
black-out
A complete loss of power lasting for more than one cycle A black-out can damage electronics, corrupt or destroy data, or cause a system shutdown Blackouts can result from any of a number of problems, ranging from Acts of God (hurricanes or other high winds, ice storms, lightning, trees falling on power lines, floods, geomagnetic storms triggering by sunspots and solar flares, etc ) to situations such as cables being cut during excavation, equipment failures at the utility, vandalism, corrosion, etc Also known as an outage
blackout
The disconnection of the source of electricity serving an area brought about by an emergency forced outage or other fault in the generation, transmission or distribution system
blackout
The disconnection of the source of electricity from all the electrical loads in a certain geographical area Brought about by an emergency forced outage or other fault in the generation, transmission, or distribution system serving the area
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(Oracle Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide)
blackout
1) An option by an advertiser not to air a network commercial in a particular market The released time can be sold locally to another advertiser or used as a PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUCEMENT 2) Refers to nationally televised sporting events whereby the broadcast is preempted in the home team's market
blackout
1 A fadeout of radio communications due to ionospheric disturbances
blackout
partial or total loss of memory; "he has a total blackout for events of the evening"
blackout
(Oracle Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide; search in this book)
blackout
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blackout
-The complete interrupting of load to an electric utility customer or group of customers to reduce overall load on the system
blackout
a momentary loss of consciousness
blackout
If you have a blackout, you temporarily lose consciousness. I suffered a black-out which lasted for several minutes
blackout
A sudden, unexpected loss of all electrical power, typically lasting for many minutes or even hours
blackout
{i} act of turning off all the lights; power failure; loss of consciousness
blackout
amnesia for events occurring during the period of alcoholic intoxication, even though consciousness had been maintained at that time
blackout
darkness resulting from the extinction of lights (as in a city invisible to enemy aircraft)
blackout
Total loss of electrical power
blackout
An abrupt, unanticipated loss of all electrical power
blackout
Temporary loss of consciousness or memory
blackout
the failure of electric power for a general region
blackout
A temporary loss of vision and/or consciousness when a person is subjected to high accelerations
blackout
A large-scale power failure, and resulting loss of electricity to consumers
blackout
An unintentional and total loss of electric service
blackout
If there is a power blackout, the electricity supply to a place is temporarily cut off. There was an electricity black-out in a large area in the north of the country. = power cut
blackout
a momentary loss of consciousness the failure of electric power for a general region darkness resulting from the extinction of lights (as in a city invisible to enemy aircraft) a suspension of radio or tv broadcasting
blackout
A blackout is a period of time during a war in which towns and buildings are made dark so that they cannot be seen by enemy planes. blackout curtains
blackout
A fadeout of radio and telemetry transmission between ground stations and vehicles traveling at high speeds in the atmosphere caused by signal attenuation in passing through ionized boundary-layer (plasma sheath) and shockwave regions generated by the vehicle
blackout
(1) An option by an advertiser not to air a network commercial in a particular market The released time can be sold locally to another advertiser or used as Program Service Announcement or (2) refers to nationally televised sporting event whereby the broadcast is pre-empted in the home team's market
blackout
If a blackout is imposed on a particular piece of news, journalists are prevented from broadcasting or publishing it. a media blackout imposed by the Imperial Palace Journalists said there was a virtual news blackout about the rally
blackout
Blackout basically blocks all outside light and should not be confused with dim-out which allows a small amount of light to be transmitted Blackouts are a popular choice for bedrooms, children's rooms, TV rooms and studies, however for a room to be blacked out any light from around the edges of the blind would require also have to be obscured Blackout fabrics are rarely specified in conservatories as they significantly darken the attached rooms of the house
blackout
A period of time during which participants are not allowed to make changes to their 401(k) balances This generally occurs during a conversion to a new recordkeeper or when significant changes are being made to the plan The blackout gives the providers time to test and validate the new platform and/or provisions
blackout
Total loss of commercial power
blackout
The emergency loss of the source of electricity serving an area caused by failure of the generation, transmission, or distribution system
blackout
A pattern where you must cover the whole card to win Same as coverall
blackout
when a regional network TV affiliate is forbidden from showing a local game because it is not sold out
blackout
a suspension of radio or tv broadcasting
blackout
The total loss of electric power supplied by the electric company
blackout
Total darkening of the stage
black out