to black out
- obliterate or extinguish
to black out
- suppress by censorship as for political reasons
- Black smoke came out of the chimney.
- The lamp went out, and all was black.
- Black smoke spewed out of the third-story windows.
- Black and white television sets have gone out of date.
- She blandished him out of his black mood.
- But when I tried to turn the shower faucet, this black bubbly liquid came out.
- All the other little rabbits came out to see how happy they both were, and they danced in a wedding circle around the little black rabbit and little white rabbit.
- Black-out lighting.
- In the latter case, they must be filled out in black ink and in block capitals.
- The formulas set out in point 1 shall provide the allowed number of detentions for either the black or the white list.
- Instruction 39/2006/10: Guidelines for PSCOs for the Examination of Ballast Tanks and Main Power Failure Simulation (black-out test),
- Appingedam, however, can be considered a ‘black area’ in which the market situation is characterized by the availability of different broadband services over at least 2 competing infrastructures (such as telephone and cable TV networks). For projects covering ‘black areas’ only, there is a high risk that state intervention crowds out existing and future private investments.
- The initial list of sites of Community importance for the Black Sea biogeographical region in accordance with the third subparagraph of Article 4(2) of Directive 92/43/EEC is set out in the Annex to this Decision.
- The original and copies of the certificate of authenticity may be typed or hand-written. In the latter case, they must be filled out in black ink and in block capitals.
- In order to compare the performance of flag States listed on the black, grey or white lists, the calculation is repeated adjusting p in the formulas set out in Point 1.