black out

v. i.1.to experience a temporary loss of consciousness, memory, or vision.
v. t.1.to cause to become black, such as a stage, a computer screen, or a city.
2.to impose a blackout on (news or a sports event).
3.to make (a written text) illegible by applying a black ink over it; to blot out.
4.to suppress (a memory).
Verb1.black out - obliterate or extinguish; "Some life-forms were obliterated by the radiation, others survived"
2.black out - darken completely; "The dining room blackened out"
Synonyms: blacken out
3.black out - suppress by censorship as for political reasons; "parts of the newspaper article were blacked out"
4.black out - lose consciousness due to a sudden trauma, for example
Synonyms: zonk out, pass out
blow out, extinguish, quench, snuff out
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