shut out

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Englisch - Türkisch
görüşünü engellemek
girmesini engellemek

O, gürültünün girmesini engellemek için ellerini onun kulağının üzerine koydu. - She put her hands over her ears to shut out the noise.


O, gürültünün girmesini engellemek için ellerini onun kulağının üzerine koydu. - She put her hands over her ears to shut out the noise.

kapatmak; kesmek, girmesini engellemek: The trees shut out the sun. Ağaçlar güneşi kapattı
dışarıda bırak
sayı vermemek
içeri bırakmamak
dışarıda bırakmak
{i} sayı vermeme
{i} rakibe hiç sayı yaptırmama
{i} lokavt
{i} taraflardan birinin hiç puan kazanmadığı oyun
completely shut out
kaput olmak
disarida birak
to be completely shut out
kaput olmak
Englisch - Englisch
Alternative spelling of shutout
performing a shutout
To close a door on someone, or to exclude
Close out
A game in which one team doesn’t score any runs
prevent from entering; shut out; "The trees were shutting out all sunlight"; "This policy excludes people who have a criminal record from entering the country"
If you shut someone out of something, you prevent them from having anything to do with it. She is very reclusive, to the point of shutting me out of her life She had effectively shut him out by refusing to listen
To hold the opposition scoreless for an entire game or any specified period of time; e g , "The Bruins shut out the Rangers for the last 18 minutes of the second period "
If you shut out a thought or a feeling, you prevent yourself from thinking or feeling it. I shut out the memory which was too painful to dwell on The figures represent such overwhelming human misery that the mind wants to shut it out. = block out
If you shut something or someone out, you prevent them from getting into a place, for example by closing the doors. `I shut him out of the bedroom,' says Maureen I was set to shut out anyone else who came knocking
prevent from entering; distance, conceal from -
short ship
A game that ends with one side not having scored

The score wasn't just lopsided, it was a shutout.

Closing and forbidding entry, as a lockout in which management prevents works from working

A shutout is a reverse strike, the union complained, the workers wanted to work but management was opposed.

To shut out
a game in which one team is prevented by the other from getting any points
preventing the opposition from scoring any goals in a game; for example, a score of 2-0 or 4-0; goalies are often credited with shutouts because they did not allow any goals to get past them
A game in which the opposing team is held scoreless
a defeat in a game where one side fails to score
A game in which the victorious team's pitcher, or pitchers, do not allow the other team to score a run
A game in which the losing team does not score a single run
It two goaltenders combine for a shutout, neither receives credit for the shutout Instead it is recorded as a team shutout
Cargo short shipped by intent due to lack of space/ over booking
{i} exclusion, act of preventing entry; lockout caused by a labor dispute; instance of preventing the other team from scoring (Sports); game in which one team does not score any points (Sports)
what happens to the Americans when it comes to making the playoffs
When one team prevents the opposition from scoring during a game Goalkeepers are credited with shutouts
a game in which one of the teams is not allowed to score
shut out