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blank meaning

[ blæŋk ]   Pronunciation:
Synonyms of "blank""blank" in a sentence
MeaningMobile
  • Adjective: blank (blanker,blankest)  blangk
    1. (of a surface) not written or printed on
      "blank pages"; "fill in the blank spaces"
      - clean, white 
    2. Void of expression
      "a blank stare"
      - vacuous 
    3. Not charged with a bullet
      "a blank cartridge"
    Noun: blank  blangk
    1. A blank character used to separate successive words in writing or printing
      - space 
    2. A blank gap or missing part
      - lacuna 
    3. A piece of material ready to be made into something 
    4. A cartridge containing an explosive charge but no bullet
      - dummy, blank shell
    Verb: blank  blangk
    1. Keep the opposing (baseball) team from winning

    Derived forms: blanking, blankest, blanker, blanked, blanks

    See also: blankly, blankness, empty, incommunicative, uncommunicative, unloaded

    Type of: cartridge, character, crack, flat solid, gap, grapheme, graphic symbol, keep, prevent, sheet

    Encyclopedia: Blank Blank, Boris


  • [British slang]
    Verb. To rudely ignore. E.g."Despite being introduced 5 minutes earlier, he just blanked me and continued talking..”

  • [Electronics]
    1. A piezoelectric plate cut from a quartz crystal, but not yet finished to operate at a desired frequency.
    2. To obscure or interrupt a signal or electron beam (usually momentarily), as in z-axis blanking in an oscilloscope.
    3. A silicon wafer cut from a large slab, containing dopants only.
    4. A magnetic diskette or tape on which nothing is recorded.
    5. An optical diskette on
    which nothing is recorded.
    6. A location (such as a symbol or space) that is used to verify proper data character grouping and values.
Examples
  • Higbee went blank and then grinned.
  • He looked at me in blank amazement.
  • Her questions drew blank looks all round.
  • I 'm a blank on the subject of whiteman.
  • If you can not answer the question, leave a blank.
  • Suddenly my mind went blank.
  • She would plant one seed in the blank wall.
  • Leave two blank spaces at the beginning of each paragraph.
  • To settle up her bill, mrs. blank needed $10.
  • Wohl's only reply was the same blank gaze.
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